103 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 64
  • 4 Rating Star 32
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 2 Rating Star 2

Don't settle for ordinary ham and cheese sandwiches when you can make something deliciously different. The horseradish mustard dressing perfectly compliments the ham.

Lois
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 250 degrees F (120 degrees C).

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  • Combine butter, mustard, onions, poppy seeds and dill seed. Spread insides of buns with this mixture. Place a slice of cheese and a slice of ham inside each bun.

  • Wrap buns in foil and place in preheated oven. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until cheese has melted.

Nutrition Facts

359.81 calories; 17.35 g protein; 23.82 g carbohydrates; 21.66 g fat; 57.59 mg cholesterol; 714.87 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

12/08/2006
Wow These were really good. The sauce was awesome. I made this recipe exactly as is. We decided next time it would be better to use sourdough bread. We are going to try buttering the bread and broiling it to make it toasty.
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Most helpful critical review

07/03/2007
Honestly I just thought this tasted like any other ham & cheese sandwich I have ever had. It wasn't bad but with the good reviews I expected something great. I did find they were better days later out of the freezer just warmed in the microwave.
(3)
103 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 64
  • 4 Rating Star 32
  • 3 Rating Star 5
  • 2 Rating Star 2
10/30/2003
To up this recipe to a 5 star rating: Buy a package of small sandwich rolls (actually they're dinner rolls) that are baked but are not separated. Slice the whole thing in half horizontally. Spread first w/butter then w/mustard then w/mayonnaise. Cover with sliced or chipped ham and swiss or American cheese. Wrap in foil. Place in 300 degree oven (preheated) for 15-20 minutes. Unwrap. Cool slightly. Then place on wood cutting board and cut with sharp knife. Great w/soup or as a light lunch.
(69)
04/11/2011
Great recipe! I love the combination of ham and swiss so I had to try these. The horseradish definitely gives these a nice "kick". Perfect with a bowl of tomato soup for a quick meal!
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12/08/2006
Wow These were really good. The sauce was awesome. I made this recipe exactly as is. We decided next time it would be better to use sourdough bread. We are going to try buttering the bread and broiling it to make it toasty.
(33)
01/30/2009
I've been making these sandwiches with rave reviews for 10 years with a couple (major) changes...use regular prepared yellow mustard leave out the dill seed & use a slice of Velveeta processed cheese (cut thick from a loaf) instead of the swiss. You will be making these all the time...trust me!! Oh & they freeze really well...just wrap each sandwich up in tinfoil after assembling and freeze them in large ziplock bags to pull out for a quick lunch.
(28)
07/23/2003
My oh my if you only knew. I pretty much HATE the smell of swiss cheese so therefore shy away from it (unless it's a sandwich from a resturant..eg: a rueben). Well I had some extra swiss from a different recipe along with every thing else on hand to make these EXCELLENT sandwiches. I used left over "French rolls to die for" from this site and these were great my picky 11 year old even wanted more. Thanks Lois!
(26)
03/22/2003
Great sandwich although it would taste even better with shaved ham. Wasn't a real big hit with the kids.
(23)
09/21/2010
This is a super simple but delicious sandwich! I make my own horeseradish mustard (equal parts horseradish and dijon mustard for what I would call spicy less horesradish if you don't like it as spicy) and spread that on both sides of the inside of the bun. Also I don't use the butter or dill seed and they are still great. Thanks!
(18)
07/23/2003
While my boyfriend was in charge of our pasta lunch my roommate was in charge of the sandwiches-this recipe (with NO supervision by myself). I'm pretty proud b/c I came back from a walk with my daughter and lunch was ready! These rock! Although they are similar to another ham & cheese sandwich recipe found on this site the horseradish mustard dill and swiss make this different (more kick). My roommate used hoagie buns instead of hamburger buns and used a combination of deli-sliced swiss and colby (or Linda-should I say deilitem?:)). Baked to perfection these made for a great outdoor picnic on our patio! Thanks Lois for the new twist!
(15)
07/23/2003
These made a quick and tasty lunch for my son and I today. I used small hamburger buns and added some black pepper and celery salt to the butter mixture. My bread turned out a little dry on the outside but didn't take away from the taste. I'm sure you could play around with the butter mixutre...maybe adding herbs or mayo. Either way these were good. Thanks for sharing Lois.
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