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This is an amazing recipe. I always make 3 packages at one time. Some of you have mentioned your sandwiches burning on the bottom. I always bake mine at 350° and I put them back into their cardboard/cardstock container before baking. Then I place the container directly on a baking sheet or foil lined baking sheet to reduce clean up time. They have never burned. I just bake until the cheese is melted. I do not like Swiss cheese so we always make 1 ham and provolone, 1 turkey and provolone, and 1 roast beef and muenster. I try and make enough sauce to spoon a tablespoon of sauce on each mini sandwich. I make sure and slice before saucing...so that all the goodness runs down between each roll. Everyone always asks for the recipe...and I always say...I'm sworn to secrecy. For enough sauce for 3 packages of 12 rolls I use
2 sticks of butter
1/2 cup sugar
3 Tbs mustard
3 Tbs poppy seeds
3 Tbs minced onions
You can put the sandwiches back in their packaging and freeze if you wish to make some ahead of time. Just thaw them out in the fridge the day before.
Make it! It's awesome!
A big hit for tailgating. Everyone loved them children included. Did not use onion flakes b/c I don't stock those in the pantry. I also lined the cookie sheet with parchment paper to keep the bottoms from burning. They turned out perfect.
YUM! I scaled the recipe back but followed it exactly otherwise. I was very hesitant on adding the sugar but I did and it was an awesome addition! I LOVED the way the sugar topping almost candied the tops of the sandwiches and gave the sandwiches a great flavor. Keep an eye on these while they're baking so the bottoms don't get too dark. I will def be mkaing these again! Thanks for sharing.:)
I absolutely LOVE making these sandwiches! They are always a hit at parties. And honestly you can use whatever kind of cheese/meat you have on hand. The key is making the sauce on top of the sandwiches. You can't skip that part. I even take it a step further and put the spread on the inside of the bun for extra flavor. Such a great recipe thank you!!
I made these for a luncheon and in a few minutes they were gone and several people ask me for the recipe: I made a few small changes. I used a small sweet onion instead of onion flakes I used 1 tbsp of dijon mustard and 1 tbsp of honey instead of honey mustard. I spread 1/2 of the mixture inside the sliders and brushed the remainder on the top. Gave them a better texture. Will make this again for church or business potlucks!
I've used allrecipes for many many years and have never reviewed a recipe.....until today! I made these for a family gathering and man what a hit! Everyone LOVED them! I made them exactly as written except for making and cooking in a 9x13 glass dish and didn't use poppy seeds. They fit nice and tight in a 9x13. I cut them before topping so the sauce could get between the sandwiches. They were PERFECT! Will definitely make again!
These were delicious! I served them during a football game and everyone loved them. Including my husband who is very picky. You have to watch closely though when cooking the butter sugar and the other stuff that goes in it to make sure it does not carmelize before you get it on the bread. Will deff be making these again.
Fantastic!!! My family is very picky and it was a hit! I didn't have any poppy seeds or swiss cheese but no one missed them. We also had guests over who requested them again. I did use the parchment paper to prevent burning (be careful when you pull them out of the oven to prevent them from sliding off). My husband is so picky about trying anything new and he raved about them!!