Warm melted Swiss cheese and ham on buns with a wonderful spread. Great for quick cool weather lunches, can be made ahead and frozen or placed in the refrigerator for a couple of days.

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Ingredients

Directions

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

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  • In a small bowl, mix together the butter or margarine, mayonnaise, mustard, onion, and poppy seeds (if using). Season with salt and pepper. Spread a thin layer of the mixture over the cut sides of the buns. Place one slice of cheese on the bottom half of each bun, and top with a few slices of ham. Wrap each sandwich individually with aluminum foil. At this point, the sandwiches could be refrigerated or frozen in a plastic bag.

  • Bake for about 8 minutes in the preheated oven, or until warm all the way through. If sandwiches are frozen, bake for 12 to 15 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

441.62 calories; 22.17 g protein; 23.84 g carbohydrates; 28.27 g fat; 73.8 mg cholesterol; 1097.4 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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12/10/2003
Quick easy no mess delicous and very filling bunwiches. Family enjoys them. I now keep frozen ones in the freezer at all times for any occasion. Just pop one or a couple in the oven and in 8 minutes you have a gourmet sandwich. Thank you for the great recipe.
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08/20/2005
I added some horseradish to the spread and used spicy brown mustard. When baking we found sandwiches needed the full 15 minutes to get everything warmed through (from frozen). Served with soup for a fast filling meal.
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04/30/2008
Wow these were really good! I only made enough for two of us and I rehydrated dried minced onion instead of using fresh. They needed about 12 minutes to heat through and melt the cheese. I can definitely see making these ahead of time when you want to feed a number of people at once. Very convenient.
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12/10/2003
Quick easy no mess delicous and very filling bunwiches. Family enjoys them. I now keep frozen ones in the freezer at all times for any occasion. Just pop one or a couple in the oven and in 8 minutes you have a gourmet sandwich. Thank you for the great recipe.
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05/04/2012
What a great way to dress up a ham and cheese. I used a full sized burger bun and sliced cheddar since I was out of Swiss. I don't care for onion s crunchy texture so I used onion powder instead and Dijon mustard. I baked mine for almost 15 minutes and it was warm but not hot by any means. I could have given it a few more minutes easily. I only made 1 sandwich and baked it in the toaster oven. I'd fix this again it was a nice change from a cold ham sandwich. Thanks Pasofanatic.
(3)
11/03/2006
These sandwiches are great!! After making them once my fiance & I are now hooked on them. They're really great with Arby's sauce too if you happen to have any left over:)
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01/05/2004
So easy and soooooo good. I made these in an assembly line with my son and husband. Took no time at all. They freeze wonderfully and are so convenient. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
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11/27/2006
GREAT!!! The leftover ham is now serving double duty in these sandwiches. I did the assembly line with my husband as well. I agree the cooking time for frozen needs to be longer.....but THANKS for a great idea.
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12/22/2003
These were great. Very easy and really good. Put them in the freezer and eat them anytime you want.
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08/20/2005
I added some horseradish to the spread and used spicy brown mustard. When baking we found sandwiches needed the full 15 minutes to get everything warmed through (from frozen). Served with soup for a fast filling meal.
(1)
07/11/2015
These were very good. I've made the hot ham & cheese rolls where you melt the butter mustard poppy see mixture and pour over the top. I like this better doesn't seem as greasy. I shredded the onion in my scaled down recipe and that worked out very well.