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Mini Ham and Swiss Party Rolls

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These are great for parties! So delicious everyone will ask for the recipe!

Ingredients

  • 1 package King's Hawaiian Rolls, 12 Count Package
  • ½ pounds Sliced Ham (I Use 1/2 Pound Per Loaf)
  • 5 slices Swiss Cheese (I Use About 5 Sliced Per Loaf)
  • ½ cups Melted Butter
  • ½ teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce
  • ½ teaspoons Dry Mustard
  • 1-½ teaspoon Onion Powder (or Dried Onion)
  • 1 Tablespoon Poppy Seed

Preparation

Preheat oven to 350 F.

When you remove the package, the rolls will look like a large solid piece of bread. Leave the rolls intact and slice the loaf in half with a long knife to form a top layer and a bottom layer.

Place ham and cheese on the bottom layer of rolls, then place top layer of rolls over ham and cheese and place in a 9×13 pan. Mix remaining ingredients together and pour mixture over rolls.

Bake at 350 F for 15-20 minutes.

Let them cool slightly before cutting. They reheat well too, even in the microwave.

Serving size = 2 sandwiches.

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biged on 1.6.2011

AMAZING IS THE ONLY WORD FOR THIS MINI FULL
FLAVORED SANDWICHES. I HAD TO 5X THE RECIPE
FOR THE STEELERS/BROWNS GAME. THEY SCORED
MORE POINTS THAN THE STEELERS. THANKS SO
MUCH FOR THE POST. IT’S A RECIPE I CAN’T WAIT
TO PLAY WITH. BUT YOUR RECIPE WILL REMAIN.

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kathyingreendale on 12.24.2010

Well, based on all these great reviews I just had to try them. They are baking as I type. They smell delicious and will be perfect for our Christmas Eve celebration. The rolls were on sale for 99 cents a package, so I picked up six so that I can make them for New Year’s Eve too!

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Margie on 9.19.2010

Served these for lunch LaborDay weekend. Everyone loved them!

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mamacook on 5.31.2010

These are amazing!! Great with turkey and provolone too!! Thanks for sharing!

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karly81 on 5.21.2010

I’ve never had these, would it work well with sliced turkey and pepperjack? My family isn’t too big into ham. Thanks! :)

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Cheryl C. on 11.21.2011

I made these for a crowd of people and they all loved them! Didn’t have any leftovers! The only thing I changed was I used brown and serve rolls instead of the hawaiian rolls as I am not a fan of them. Thanks for the recipe!

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meeshiesmom on 2.4.2011

Made these tonight and they were awesome. I did half the amount of butter so they wouldn’t be too greasy and everyone loved them.

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jennifermarissa on 8.30.2010

I loved the concept and flavor of these great little sammies! Only thing is I found the amount of butter made them kind of greasy. The next time I make them I will likely just brush the butter mixture on top instead of pouring it.

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ferociousfluffy on 7.21.2010

I must confess, these aren’t my favorite. However, I did give them a five because my husband and my daughters LOVE these. I have made them several times and last night, my four year old ate 4 of them. I would call that a WIN.

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cruisinmom on 7.10.2010

Fantastic!! Made this on the Fourth of July. They were a hit. So easy to make! Will be making for an easy supper for the family often!

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