This is my friend Jennifer's recipe that she uses a lot for any function that requires food. Everyone loves these so much that I asked for the recipe. The key to making these taste so good is to cook them so the cheese melts but the rolls do not get toasted. These are also good using roast beef and Havarti cheese.

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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

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  • Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray.

  • Slice each roll almost all the way through, but keeping the top attached. Arrange rolls on prepared baking sheet.

  • Stir honey mustard dressing into melted butter until well blended.

  • Brush butter mixture inside each roll using a pastry brush, making sure to get the top and bottom.

  • Place a layer of Swiss cheese and ham into each roll.

  • Close each roll and brush the top with butter mixture. Sprinkle the top of each roll with sesame seeds.

  • Bake rolls in the preheated oven until cheese has melted, 5 to 6 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

388.58 calories; 15.56 g protein; 33.48 g carbohydrates; 21.32 g fat; 51.52 mg cholesterol; 912.7 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

12/31/2012
Love these things! Only change I made was to use provolone cheese and add some minced dried onions to the top. They didn't make that big of a difference so I'd probably stick with sesame seeds only next time.
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Most helpful critical review

04/20/2012
These were tasty! I accidentally bought just plain honey mustard instead of dressing but I think it worked well. I used 'King's Hawaiian' rolls and that was great! Love how this recipe uses sesame seeds instead of the usual poppy seeds. I would make these again! Thanks for sharing.:)
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04/20/2012
These were tasty! I accidentally bought just plain honey mustard instead of dressing but I think it worked well. I used 'King's Hawaiian' rolls and that was great! Love how this recipe uses sesame seeds instead of the usual poppy seeds. I would make these again! Thanks for sharing.:)
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12/31/2012
Love these things! Only change I made was to use provolone cheese and add some minced dried onions to the top. They didn't make that big of a difference so I'd probably stick with sesame seeds only next time.
(4)
06/09/2012
These are a winner! My husband said "These are really good you will definitely have to make these again." I used Honey Mustard Dressing II from this site (which I definitely recommend) for these. You really could use any combination of meat and cheese you want. I did use ham but I used provolone and cheddar cheese. Thanks for sharing!
(4)
04/06/2013
I made these the other day with left over ham and rolls from Easter. These were WAY better than I expected them to be. I used the Honey Mustard Dressing II from AR as another reviewer suggested. That was a five star recipe as well so I would also suggest using that with this recipe. I didn't know I was out of sesame seeds so I used dried minced onion on top instead which I think was probably better anyway. We all really liked these and I will make them again soon for sure!!!
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12/16/2014
I make these every year for our family's white elephant Christmas party. They are a HUGE hit. Can't wait to do them again this year!