Hawaiian Ham Sandwiches

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I always call these sandwiches “heart attack ham sandwiches” because of the butter and cheese but they are just so darn good that I make them every 6 months or so.  I have a couple of similar recipes posted here.  This one is just a bit different so I decided to try them.

They are super easy to make and would be PERFECT for a party or buffet.  I have made them for parties and they are always the first things to go and the one thing that everyone raves over.  I made half of this particular recipe.

Hawaiian Ham Sandwiches
Submitted by Tina Vawter, Sheridan, IN

VIEW PRINTABLE RECIPE HERE!

24 Hawaiian sweet rolls
1 lb deli ham, sliced thin
2 (6 oz) pkg shredded Swiss cheese ~ I used Swiss slices
1 tsp poppy seeds
1/2 cup butter
1 1/2 tbsp Dijon mustard
2 tbsps minced dried onion
1 1/2 tsps Worcestershire sauce

Cut rolls in half, keeping each half in one piece if possible.

Lightly grease a 13×9 pan ~ I line mine with aluminum foil ~ and place the bottom in the pan.

Layer the ham, then cheese, then sprinkle poppy seeds over the top of the cheese. Place roll tops on top of the sandwiches.

In a bowl, melt butter in the microwave. Add the the Dijon, dried onion, and Worcestershire, making sure to mix well.

Pour over the top of the rolls and then cover with foil.

Bake at 350º for 15 to 20 minutes.

Cut rolls apart.

Makes 24 sandwiches.

Happy Cooking!

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16 thoughts on “Hawaiian Ham Sandwiches

  1. I made these for the first time today for our Sunday family dinner and they were a hit! I did use ham from a bone in picnic ham and they were fabulous! Thank you!

    Cathy ♥

  2. Wow–this brought back some memories. My mom used to make this sauce for ham sandwiches. (She used regular mustard instead of Dijon but I love this idea.)

  3. Pingback: Hawaiian Ham Sandwiches « A Recipe A Day- Recipes And Family

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