Thursday, April 16, 2009

Hot Colby Ham Sandwiches

I served these yummy little beauties at my Tuesday Stamp Club and thought I'd post it on my blog for your cooking pleasure. The picture just doesn't do them justice! The original recipe is from Taste of Home and then I tweaked it according to my personal tastes. I substituted Hawaiian Sweet Rolls for the dinner rolls in the original and cut the poppy seeds down to 2 tsp just so you don't end up with a million poppy seeds stuck in your teeth after eating them! I use 1 lb. sliced colby-jack and 1 lb. sliced Virginia Ham, with the slices cut in half. The Pampered Chef Stoneware Bar Pan is perfect for making 24 sandwiches (2 pkgs. of sweet rolls), so I use one-and-a-half times the mustard/butter sauce for drizzling inside and over the top. Think of them as ham and cheese sliders, perfect for any get together or a small sandwich to just tide you over. Happy cooking!

1 comment:

allison strine said...

Oooh, these look divine!! I loved reading about you, Andrea!

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