Baked Ham and Cheese Sliders
These baked ham and cheese sliders are the most delicious sandwiches and perfect for any party. They are so good that even the pickiest of eaters will eat these.
These baked ham and cheese sliders are the most delicious sandwiches and perfect for any party. They are so good that even the pickiest of eaters will eat these.
I made these for the first time last night and the family loved them. I used butter flavored hawaiian rolls and doubled the dijon mustard. I also left out the poppy seeds and used a mixture of minced garlic and onion powder (1 tbsp total). I made 12 with swiss cheese and 12 with muenster cheese. Don't be afraid to pour the entire mixture over the rolls. I was worried it was way too much at first and left some in the bowl. I was wrong! The topping cooks into the rolls perfectly. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks Lisa!Read More
I've made these before but grabbed this recipe quickly to make for a party. After I took them out of the oven I realized I like them better when they're covered with foil and baked 10 minutes, then remove the foil. These were okay, but not as good as when they're covered first.Read More
I made these for the first time last night and the family loved them. I used butter flavored hawaiian rolls and doubled the dijon mustard. I also left out the poppy seeds and used a mixture of minced garlic and onion powder (1 tbsp total). I made 12 with swiss cheese and 12 with muenster cheese. Don't be afraid to pour the entire mixture over the rolls. I was worried it was way too much at first and left some in the bowl. I was wrong! The topping cooks into the rolls perfectly. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks Lisa!
I have this exact recipe from a neighbor, minus the onion. Her recipe calls for making this up the day before, covering with foil and refrigerating overnight. When ready, bake at 350 for 25 minutes with foil on, then uncover and bake an additional 5 minutes. Always a hit and prep the day before makes it ideal when having company.
Great sandwich. I used 12 regular sized hawaiian rolls and made them up in the morning. Baked for dinner and they were delicious. I would suggest covering with foil for at least half of the baking time so that the bun doesn't dry out. Thanks Lisa T. for sharing this recipe. It will be great for summer get togethers and a filling dinner sandwich. My husband and son each ate 3 - they loved them.
I've made these before but grabbed this recipe quickly to make for a party. After I took them out of the oven I realized I like them better when they're covered with foil and baked 10 minutes, then remove the foil. These were okay, but not as good as when they're covered first.
Growing up we had a variation of this we called "poker sandwiches" because Mom made them when Dad's friends came over to play poker. We used yellow mustard, onions, butter and poppy seeds with ham and swiss cheese and made the sandwiches individually with the mustard, onion, butter mixture on the inside of the sandwich. We wrapped them individually in foil, froze them, and popped them in the oven for poker night. Our version was always a hit and you can make a ton and keep them on hand for after-school snacks.
I made these for NYE and they were a hit!! I didn't follow the recipe to a T, only because I had a thousand things going on and I screwed up! The must have is King's Hawaiian rolls. Don't buy the knock off's make sure it is that brand, it gives the sandwiches the sweet that everyone loves. The other thing I changed on purpose is I used provolone cheese only because my hubby doesn't like swiss...but I think it would be good either way. I forgot to add the minced onion and would be good with or without. I also added a little more worcestshire only because I looked at the recipe wrong. I lined a cookie sheet with foil, put the bottoms of the rolls down first (I did slice them in half while they were all connected like others suggested), I put the cheese next, topped with ham that I doubled over to fit the bun (I used a good maple ham), then I put on the top of the bun. I spooned a tablespoon of the mixture on top of each bun and placed a sheet of foil loosely over the top. The buns were buttery from the mixture and just a little crusty, but nice and soft inside. I did have plenty of butter mixture left over, so I think it is safe to cut back on the butter mixture ingredients or there is plenty to add another 12 sandwiches or so. Yummy! UPDATE: Do not use all of the butter mixture...it makes the rolls too buttery. I would use a teaspoon to drizzle a spoonful on top of each one and probably no more.
I have had these sandwiches in the past and they are wonderful. Quick to fix and delicious. Great to serve at a party or small gathering.
First of all I modified the recipe greatly because I didn't have a few of the ingredients and I had eaten a sweeter version of these in the past and loved them. I also didn't want all that butter, so I used 1/3 cup of butter, 1 tbsp dijon (I'd add a little more next time), no worcestershire, no poppy seeds, but added 1 tsp of splenda brown a sprinkle or two of tarragon and a pinch of onion powder. I used honey maple ham and muenster cheese and only 16 tea rolls. The tea rolls were great because they were stuck together so I cut all of them in half as one block and assembled the sandwiches in one great square. I put the ham down first, then the cheese and spread a thin layer of may on the top inside so it would melt into the cheese. Then I sliced through them and placed them 1/2" apart on a foil lined pan. I drizzled each one with a scant tablespoon of the sauce and covered them lightly in with foil because I wanted the rolls to steam a bit. It turned out amazing! The rolls were nicely browned on top and slightly crunchy on the edges and bottom. The sauce flavor was slightly sweet and tangy but not overly rich, perfect! So feel free to reduce the butter :)
I wanted to have this made before my guests arrived so I put it all together, covered with foil and refrigerated for about 3 hours ... baked for 10 minutes with foil on and 10 minutes with foil off. I had to substitute sesame seeds for the poppy seeds and omitted the onions. As suggested in other reviews, I reduced the butter to 1/2 cup and added 2 T. brown sugar to the "sauce". Delicious. Will definitely be making these again. These were all eaten before I even thought about getting a picture! Too bad because they looked lovely. Thanks LisaT for this great twist on ham and cheese sandwiches.
Easy to make, and went over really well. Like others, I reduced the butter to a half cup, and used onion powder instead of minced. Initially, I softened the butter, and mixed with the other ingredients to form a spread. (I also added a bit of brown sugar to balance out the Dijon.) I spread a light coating inside the top half of the rolls, then melted the remaining spread and poured over the rolls. I made them mid morning, and kept them in the fridge till people arrived for happy hour. Baked 10 minutes with foil, and 10 minutes without. I'll definitely make these again!
The other recipe on site doesn't have Worcestershire sauce. Someone brought these to a party yesterday and they were wonderful. She used Hawaiian rolls in lieu of buns. She used worchestershire. And you must use HONEY MUSTARD.
This is my go-to sandwich recipe when there are family/friend gatherings. So easy, so delicious. I do something different with the butter though. Instead of melting it I just let it get soft and mix all the ingredients into the butter (mustard, worcestershire, poppy seeds and onions)then spread the tops of the rolls (the inside part) before putting the sandwiches back together before baking. Great recipe! Thanks for sharing!
This recipe is already on allrecipes.
I add 3 TBSP brown sugar to the butter mix, which adds something wonderful. We love these. They are equally good with sesame seeds, if you happen to be out of poppy seeds.
If I could give these babies a 10 I would. I made them for our annual superbowl party and they were a hit! Three people asked for the recipe. I followed other reviewers advice and used the smaller King Hawaiian Rolls and left them in a block while removing the top from the bottom. I added a little mayo, then the ham, then cheese. Put the top back on a cut each sandwich seperately and placed on cookie sheet about 1/2 inch apart. Baked for 10 minutes with foil on and 10 minutes uncovered. They were amazing! These will now be a staple at all of our parties!
These sandwiches are too good to be true! I used turkey deli meat and only 1/2 cup butter. So good!!
Perfect! I did spread some Chive Cream Cheese on the rolls before adding the other ingredients. I also used Roast Beef and Horseradish Cheddar on half of the sandwiches.
I have made this recipe to the T and it tastes delicious. My favorite! One thing I would suggest is to lightly brush the mixture inside the rolls to get flavor inside and reduce the amount when poured over to decrease soggy sandwiches.
Great recipe, so easy to tweak to your liking. I make these as regular size sandwiches on busy weeknights for my family. Don't usually have poppy seeds on hand so I use toasted sesame seeds, which we prefer. Omitted the onions, we didn't care for them. I've quit melting the butter, prefer making it a spread that i put on top of cheese, inside the bun. I buy kaiser rolls from the bakery, but even hamburger buns have worked in a pinch. Occasionally change it up with provolone cheese too.
I've made these several times now. So delicious and easy. I got my recipe down to how I like it - I use Koop's dijon mustard, plus in addition to the listed ingredients I add a tablespoon of honey, and a dash of garlic & onion powder (just a tad). I don't measure out the minced onion anymore, I sorta eyeball it. Also, I prefer these made with King's Hawaiian Savory Butter Rolls. They look exactly like the the Sweet Hawaiian Rolls. So I make half and half to please everyone in the family. The savory rolls give it another depth of flavor. I also prefer provolone cheese to swiss. But really, any cheese will do. I also bake these on a huge cookie sheet. I let the melted mixture cool to a a bit thicker consistency and brush it on the sandwiches instead of pouring it over the sandwiches. Fun recipe to play around with. Very good as written, though!!!!!
These were really good! GREAT actually. I'm usually not a mustard fan, but obviously these changed my mind. My husband said these are his new favorite! Thank you! We will be making these a lot from now on.
I made these rolls for New Years Eve and because we had so many other things to eat we had about 6 leftover sandwiches. I just popped them in a Ziploc bag and froze them. Today (February 8) I took one out, microwaved it in a paper towel for 25 seconds and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it. I'll definitely make them again for a party. But I may also just make them occasionally for no other reason than to freeze them as a handy snack or light lunch. Delicious! As someone else said, however, you MUST use King brand Hawaiian rolls. I can't imagine how the sandwiches could be this good with plain mini rolls....
I had these sandwiches at a family reunion recently and they were so yummy! Everyone was fighting over them and they were gone in no time. I want some right now just thinking about them.
These were fabulous! I followed the suggestions to use King's Hawaiian Rolls, which took it to the next level. I used fresh onions cooked down in butter, then I put them in the blender with the butter, mustard, etc. I brushed it on the sandwiches right before baking, and had no complaints of their being greasy. It seemed to soak nicely into the bread. I remember a similar dish from when I was a kid, and now I believe these will a staple for dish-to-pass events I go to. Thanks for a great recipe!
Made these for a potluck using Hawaiin rolls and got tons of compliments. Only thing I would add is that you should cover with foil before baking....otherwise the tops get quite brown and crispy.
The flavor was right. My only complaint is that the baking time toasted the bottom of the buns a little too much.
Followed the recipe as written other than using King's Hawaiian hamburger buns, which I will use again. Family loved them and my son said that restaurants should serve them...Winner fun receipe!
These things are AWESOME!!!
This is a family favorite. I often add a 1/3 cup of brown sugar to the sauce which is good too. I also use dinner rolls or Hawaiian rolls.
Delicious recipe! I used honey wheat Hawaiian rolls and they gave the recipe a mild sweetness that balanced the mustard and onion well. I love these little sandwiches and plan to make them often.
I made these sandwiches last night to take to a Christmas party in our new neighborhood where we just moved and were meeting our neighbors for the first time. The sandwiches were a huge hit! They were delicious!
These are delicious if you follow the recipe as written. I like to add a tablespoon of brown sugar to the mustard mixture, use provolone cheese instead of Swiss, and turkey for the second layer of meat. Make more than you think you'll need. They go fast!
Delish~didn't have minced onion so used onion powder
Awesome! Everyone loved these! They went fast and I made them again the next day for our family! These will be a staple at all of our get togethers! Thanks!
So good. Even better when I added about 2 tablespoons of brown sugar to the mixture!
I switched and used large croissants. They were delicious! The family loved every morsel.
I've been making these for years! I found this recipe online about 7 years ago, so this particular one isn't an original, but still delicious! Perfect for get togethers and super bowl parties. Sometimes I omit the poppy seeds.
This is always a football game favorite for guests! I also use turkey and cheese.
My self and my moonkid 1st had this recipe at the PNW Round-Up at Candice's. They were so good. However, less messy then the recipe calls for because Candice was gracious as to put the onion poppy seed mixture inside the sandwiches for better serving to us. They were perfect. So I had been meaning to make them at home for my family since. I followed as close to the recipe as possible but utilized a large fresh bakery French bread and made one long sub for my family. Oh how that was perfect. The presentation was absolutely amazing and the looks on my family's faces was priceless. Turned out soo well and I did top the onion poppy seed mixture on the outside as suggested. The mixture was soo flavorful. I did prepare another batch of the mixture and place in the frig for another batch of these yummy sandwiches for the freezer, but placed the mixture for these, inside the sandwiches for quick toss on a baking sheet and in the oven on the go for my kids. Perfect all the way around. The recipe is so forgiving if you want a Rye bread or even a soft pumpernickel and roast beef style sandwich. Will totally be a repeat offender in my household...TY!
Great for parties. Can make ahead and heat before serving. I also make these with turkey and cheddar cheese. Very versatile. Yummy:)
Took these sandwiches to my own baby shower. Was reprimanded for bringing food, but they disappeared faster than anything else! My picky 5 year-old loved them too.
Oh my gosh, I cannot express enough how absolutely delish this recipe is. So good. I just made it today for my mom for a little mothers day brunch. It was our first time making it, we are hooked. Already know this will be in our meal rotation, not just for a holiday, s yummy! I scaled the recipe to 12 serving for one package of the Hawaiian rolls. I got the rolls on clearance for 39 cents at Aldis and have 2 more packages in the freezer! My first time having those rolls too. I used regular yellow mustard and did rehydrate the dried onion before mixing in to the sauce as someone suggested. I did also add 2 Tb of brown sugar to the sauce. I was worried about pouring the liquid over the rolls it seemed like a lot, but do not alter the amount of the liquid at all, the recipe gives you the perfect amount for the amount of servings you are making. The sauce browned the sandwiches and there was a beautiful and yummy crust on the rolls from the butter/brown sugar mixture. My mom and I are excited about the leftovers! Happy Mothers Day! Thanks for a super awesome delicious recipe!
Man Tasted and Man Approved. 5 stars as written. Made these for my husband and buddies on football nite. Prepare yourself for all the compliments you'll receive and stand back and smile because it was SO easy! I just found out these are called "Funeral Sandwiches" (google it - same recipe)b/c you can make the sandwich ahead and refrigerate. Then later pour the butter sauce on them and bake. I like your name a whole lot better!
These are soooo good! The first batched was a little dry. I think I cooked them too long. The second batch I watched more closely and I spread the butter on the inside of the top bun then put the rest over them. The second batch wasn't as dry.
These are awesome! I made a similar recipe last year, but didn't have all the ingredients. I used the calculate button to change it to 6 servings, as I only had 6 mini rolls. I used reduced fat cheese and whipped butter to lower the sat fat some. Mine did cook in about 10 minutes, but that may be because of the size rolls I used. Next time I will cover them with a piece of foil for part of the baking time. The topping is great and very flavorful on these sandwiches. They also work excellent for lunches and road trips. TY
Made these last night and they were so good.I scaled it down, only two of us.I used two steak rolls and a combo of sharp cheddar and mozzarella.It went really well with chili.Next time I will use the sweet Hawaiian rolls.Thanks for the recipe:)
My husband and I loved these. My only change was to use Honey Mustard. These were so easy to make and will satisfy anyone. They would make a great appetizer for a football party.
Love these! They are called "coma sandwiches" by my boyfriend. I do change a few things: first I use both ham and salami, Swiss Gruyere mix, and caramelized onions with black pepper. The sauce is mostly like the recipe aside from using both hot sweet and Dijon mustard. Making them again for Super Bowl but this time I will use a half cup of butter instead of the 3/4 called for.
Very yummy!! Thought the sauce would be too much but it was excellent! :).
Doubled the recipe, added 1/4 brown sugar and eliminated poppy seeds. They were a huge hit at our party!! These will become a staple at all parties.
I have made these twice now...outstanding is the best way to describe these...I did use regular mustard because some of my guests are not crazy about spicy and it didn't matter. ..they were great...I also cut the ham and cheese to fit the rolls...you can use baked turkey and other cheeses too...pre-make the sandwiches and then just brush on the topping before popping in the oven..highly recommended!
These were the first party apps to go! The layering the meat and cheese over all the buns made preparing this much quicker than individually. It was Easy to cut and serve when the came out of the oven. My only change was onion powder for the dried minced. Will definitely make this again!
Really good. Used King's Hawaiian sweet rolls; I cut the whole block in half and then layered on the ingredients. I used turkey sandwich meat and it was very good. I'm sure ham would be delicious. I omitted the poppy seeds and it was still great. I also had to use honey dijon mustard. We liked it; I might stick with that even if I had regular dijon.
These sandwiches were a huge hit at a party I attended! Everyone wanted the recipe! You cannot go wrong! I was leery of poppy seeds and the ingredients in the sauce but it was really good!
I make these everytime I have a football party.Everyone asks me for the recipe and I make these as written......no changes.Wonderful recipe:)
Definitely use fresh chopped onion (not fried) and sauté them with with the honey mustard and Worcestershire mixture. Covering them with foil makes for a delicious melted cheese and soft bun. They are the most popular dish at any party and I end up looking like a star!
Made these for the first time tonight and they were fantastic! They were so good that I want to make them for a lot of potlucks or football parties. Super easy. you could premake them and wait to put the butter on until they are ready to eat. Takes about 20min uncovered. You can bring to your party made up with the butter already mixed with the other toppings. Then pour on top at the party, then bake 20min. perfection!
I made a small batch of these just for dinner at home and they were really good! I liked the dijon flavor a lot and they were really quick and simple to put together. I would serve them for a party, or just make them for the family again.
Loved the recipe. It was easy and everyone loved them. I followed the recipe as is and wouldn't change a thing.
These were the bomb diggity! I used provolone and extra sharp chedder slices instead of swiss. And I used sesame seeds instead of poppy. Buty they were absolutley yummy.
These were very good but I prefer the version with garlic. That might be because I had to leave off the onion due to dietary restraints, but overall these were tasty. Thanks for sharing!
Delicious! I used the King's Hawaiian mini rolls, left out the poppy seeds, used only 1/2 cup of butter, & actually rehydrated my minced onion. Also, switched the amounts of 2 ingredients: used 1 1/2 TEAS. of Dijon mustard (not a mustard fan) & used 1 1/2 TBSP. Worcestershire sauce... they were perfect! I made 60 of these lovely little sandwiches for a ladies event at church & they went over very well!
These sandwiches are so yummy! I made the following tweeks to recipe. I spread a little Miracle Whip on both pieces of the rolls before assembling. I also used provolone, muenster, and cheddar cheeses (I made 50 sandwiches so wanted to mix up the cheese to see if any one was better than the other. No difference....they all worked great!) As for the sauce, the only ingredients I used were butter, spicy mustard, and honey. I would definitely suggest making at least double, if not triple, the recipe for the sauce. I made them up the night before and baked them (covered at 350) for about 20-25 minutes. I highly recommend cutting between every roll before baking otherwise the sandwiches would smoosh trying to be cut after baking. Everyone loved them and I will be making these many more times!
Skip the dried onions. I sauteed/softened diced red onions in the butter before adding the other sauce ingredients. I spread sauce on the inside of the buns before layering on the ham (I used leftover slices of a spiral cut ham) and Swiss, but did not pour it over the top -- this cut down considerably on the messiness factor. Oh and everyone should use KING'S Hawaiian rolls. So tasty!
24 was too many for us so next time I will cut the recipe in half and take someones advice to sprinkle with garlic powder next time. Yummy recipe!
These sandwiches were not worth the timeit took to make them would not make again
My family loves when I make these. I always use Hawaiian butter rolls and add half the butter mixture to the inside of the sandwich and the other half to the top. This is definitely one of our favorite recipes from this site.
Delicious and easy to make. I followed the recipe except I spooned the sauce on top of the of the ham and then put the tops on.
Have made these for years.......make early and refrigerate before baking....even a day ahead.......may also be frozen before baking.........perfect for appetizers and for lunch!!!!!!
This was a nice twist on a hot ham and cheese. It was a little bland though and I thought it needed more worcestershire and maybe onion too. I liked the crispy tops and the mustard flavor.
I didn't have any type of mustard so I substituted the Dijon mustard with a mix of vinegar, water, cream cheese, and mayonnaise. I also didn't have any of the other ingredients (but I still forged ahead because of how delicious these sandwiches looked) so I subbed soy sauce for the Worcestershire sauce, skipped the onions, subbed sesame seeds for the poppy seeds, subbed sharp cheddar for the Swiss cheese, subbed canola oil for the melted butter, subbed thinly sliced smoked sausages for the ham, and subbed hot dog buns for the sandwich rolls (I'm pretty sure any type of bread would work). I also added some honey to the sauce mixture. I divided this recipe by 12 to make four servings (two hog dog buns) and cooked for 15 minutes (10 minutes covered in foil, 5 minutes uncovered). These looked awesome and tasted great despite me subbing every single ingredient with something that I actually had on hand! It's not even that hard to put together. I'll definitely be making these again
I made these for a party and they were a big hit. I did not want a party full of poppyseed teeth so I omitted the poppy seeds. I made them with Rhodes frozen dinner rolls. I used Provolone instead of swiss by mistake and I did not have dried onion so I finely grated some fresh sweet onion.
Made exactly as stated (except I don't like swiss so I used provolone). They were a hit at the party. Made a second time just because and it was still good. Always nice when a recipe is simple and turns out well every time. I used mini potato rolls but might try the suggested Hawaiian rolls in the future.
I made these little jewels yesterday for my New Year's Eve small family gathering. They were so good and a huge hit. I followed the menu to a tee with the exception of substituting deli turkey for the ham, also sliced muenster and smoked provolone instead of swiss. At the suggestion of a few other reviewers, I used sweet Hawaiian rolls, which were good, but abit too sweet for our tastes, so next time I prepare these (and believe me there will be a next time) I'll choose a nice small sandwich bun from the bakery, wheat maybe or perhaps potato. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!!! :)
Fast and easy great tasting finger sandwiches. I thought 24 would be too many but they disappeared. I served them to 8 adults for lunch. I prepared them exactly as written. The only change I made was I cooked them covered for the first 15 minutes, then uncovered for 15 minutes. Everyone loved them and asked for the recipe. Delicious!
Delicious! These were perfect for monthly bunco party! Gooey and Good!
These were awesome. I took them to game night and they went quickly. The next day, my son asked if there were any of those sandwiches left. Will definitely make again.
7.15.19 ... https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/216756/baked-ham-and-cheese-party-sandwiches/... 'Gotta tell ya, I tasted the butter & wasn't so sure I'd continue, but went ahead. Actually, I almost melted the butter - okay, margarine - & added the remaining ingredients except the poppy seeds. I let that sit to plump the onion. It cooled into a thick spread. I spread some on the inner sides of the top & bottom buns, assembled, & remaining spread on top of buns. I used white cheddar & it was really good. I foil-covered then removed till somewhat toasted. Yummy. Yummy, but the bottoms were quite buttery. I'm thinking same ratios, but less; or waiting to spread on top till uncovered. Thanks for the recommendation, Sis!
Daughter loves these...I dont change a thing when I make them. They are super good with tomato soup.
Wonderful! Used Kings Hawaiian rolls and substituted provolone in place the Swiss cheese.
Make exactly as stated. Mustard flavor is too overwhelming.
These are always a huge hit!
Everyone loved this at a Birthday party! I used a pastry brush to brush butter mixture on buns. I used wheat buns.
Kids love it!!!
I have made this recipe many times. It is a favorite at parties. I make it just as it is written.
I made this exactly as written expect I added a little mayo to the inside of the buns , I used whole wheat Hawaiian rolls, and I used a combo of sharp cheddar and Havarti cheeses. These were absolutely delicious! The hubs and the kiddo could NOT stop raving about these and went back for seconds and even thirds. The topping really does take these sandwiches over the top. They were so good, I made them a few days later with turkey, mustard, and provolone. I ran out of dried minced onion so I made some caramelized onion instead. Again, they were amazing. So glad I found this recipe! So simple yet so yummy.
Super easy to make and hubby loved them!
Yummy! I didn't use the onions and added honey about 2 tablespoons! Wonderful! Also I used Munster cheese instead! Thanks for sharing!!!
I had made these before and didn't review them. Made again for NYE, so yummy! You would think they would be mushy from pouring liquid over them , but they get nice and crispy on the top. Great appetizer! Thanks Lisa!
These are great!! I doubled up on the sauce because it's so good. Great for parties and holidays. Very easy to make.
Delicious! Made these for my daughters birthday party...they are so simple but everyone wanted the recipe! Definitely a crowd pleaser!
Used the Hawaiian rolls, provolone cheese and put the mix on the rolls ahead of time. They must be covered with aluminum foil for half of the cooking time, I've burned the tops otherwise. ANOTHER TIME: I reduced the amount just to make some for dinner and this certainly was quick & easy! Used four brioche buns that fit into an 8x8 pan. You don't want too much space inbetween or the butter will settle on the bottom and make the sandwich soggy.
I made it following the recipe 100%, and parents and kids loved it. I had several people ask me what was in it. I will definitely make it again. My only change will be to use honey dijon in place of dijon.
I use 1/2 cup butter and onion poppy seed buns. They are great with deli turkey too. Sometimes I add tomato or red onion slices.
So good! Honestly, I was doubtful. I thought they would be soggy but not at all. The butter, with the onions and poppy seeds, makes them crispy and flavorful. I scaled the recipe to 4 and used a small glass dish for baking; baked uncovered for about 12 minutes; used whole wheat rolls that were labeled 'cocktail buns' but they were really more like dinner rolls to me. [Cocktail buns I've used in the past were individual and smaller, not baked together in a kind of sheet. I'm guess I'm the oddball who doesn't really care for King's.] I also crushed the dried minced onion a bit, as my onions looked more chopped than minced. We will likely make these often!
Delicious! I took this recipe to a church gathering for sandwich night. It was one of the few recipes that had no leftovers! Will make again.
We made these to eat while we watched Sunday football. I had no idea ham and cheese could be so good! We made some of them with Swiss and some with Provolone. We liked the Provolone a little more, but others may enjoy the Swiss if they like a cheese with a little more punch. We used King's Hawaiian bread for the rolls, and I would definitely do that again; the flavor was great! I don't see that the poppy seeds add much to the recipe other than getting stuck in your teeth, so I'd skip those next time, but we will definitely make these again. Would be great for a casual party as well. Next time I might try adding a little drizzle of yellow mustard to the inside of each sandwich.
Very good! I used onion powder instead of minced because that's what I had and they were delicious! Covered for part of the baking time like others have recommended. I would just note that the kids at my party didn't care much for the dijon mustard taste, however slight. If I was going to make to please a kiddie crowd, I might skip the dijon next time.
Great just as is written