Ham Swiss Sliders

Ham Swiss Sliders

  • Servings: 2-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ham Swiss Sliders
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As I mentioned before, we have had pounds of left over baked ham. This happens to us a bit when doing roasts and hams etc.. Jill really likes ham and cheese sandwiches. I noticed a ton of pins with this recipe for ham and swiss sliders. You have likely seen them if you dabble in food pintrest activities.

These really turned out well. When you see the hundreds of pins for this recipe you will see a lot of hyperbole hype about the sauce. Yeah it changes the overall sandwich for the better, but just level setting with you that it isn’t the most incredible thing ever. I mean it’s flavored butter with onions, Dijon and sugar. Also, most recipes you will find are for an army of sandwich eaters or the Duggar family. Since it was just us, I made a smaller batch.

Ingredients:
Ham (I used leftover Easter baked ham, deli works)
Swiss Cheese
Kings Hawaiian Dinner Rolls
Dukes Mayo

1/4 cup of butter
1 tbs of dried minced onions
1 tsp of poppy seeds
2 tsp of Dijon
Splash of Worcestershire Sauce
Dash of brown sugar

Directions:
1. Melt the butter in a small saucepan with the other ingredients. Bring to simmer and set aside.

2. Grease or spray a pan and cut your rolls in half. I put a tad of Dukes Mayo on each side for moisture and Duke’s awesomeness. Put some ham and swiss on the bottoms. Put the tops back on and spoon your butter mixture on top of each roll. If you are making Duggar sized pans, you can be more erratic with your butter spreading.
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3. Wrap in foil and put them into a 350 oven to heat up and for the cheese to melt a little. Serve.
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