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Who’s interested in a guaranteed crowd-pleasing, drippy, cheesy, delicious hot sandwich recipe? (Anyone? . . . Anyone?)
The key to these sandwiches is the onion butter. Amazingly delish! Your taste buds are going to thank you for making it. Makes 8 regular or 16 dinner roll sized sandwiches. Recipe can be doubled.
To make the onion butter, combine ingredients in a small sauce pan and heat gently just until the butter is melted and all the ingredients are well combined. Cool to a spreadable consistency.
To prepare sandwiches, place roll bottoms, cut side up on a sheet pan. Spread some onion butter evenly onto each of the halves (use about half of the onion butter for this step), top with 1/2 the cheese, next add all the ham, now add remaining cheese, and end with the rest of the onion butter. Top with the roll tops, cover pan with foil, and heat in a 300F oven for 10-15 minutes until the sandwiches are heated through and the cheese melts.
Note: Sandwiches can be assembled up to 2 days in advance, but store them in an airtight container to control the smell of raw onions in your fridge.