Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Hammy Sammy's

WARNING.......The delicious recipe you are about to read is not figure friendly.  But it is too good not to share.  I got the recipe from my Aunt Pat.  She made these for the Hawaiian themed shower I went to on
Saturday.  She said that the lady who gave her the recipe, said they were meant for appetizers.  But they are pretty hearty for appetizers.  They are DIVINE!!!   Here are the ingredients.
Cut your rolls in half, and lay bottoms into baking dish.  Layer ham and swiss onto bottom halves, then top with other half of roll. 
Melt butter and 2-3 T brown sugar, 1 T Worcestershire sauce ( I think I spelled that wrong! ), 2 T Dijon Mustard, and add 2 T poppy seeds.  Pour this over the tops of the sandwiches.
Heat in 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes, or until cheese is melted and bubbly.  Let set up for 5 minutes of so before cutting and serving.
That is my OV Glove underNEATH the pan, not in the pan.    I made this tonight, as per the recipe, but in the future when I make this, and I WILL be making it again, I will cut the amount of butter I use substantially.  I think you could even get away with using half the called for amount, without changing the amazing yumminess of this easy-peasy dish.  I hope you try it.  It is wonderful. Oh...and we were all saying how good this would be to use turkey instead of  ham too,  and maybe a little cranberry sauce.....Oh MY!!

21 comments:

Genn said...

OOooh, those do look really good! Any left overs? :)
Mr. H is at work tonight and I just made a smoothie. I'll have to try this. I think maybe Hannah and Claire would eat them too.

Kris said...

Yes, leftovers!! Dad is taking some to work tomorrow for lunch, but I still have several. They ARE good!

Katie said...

I'm not a fan of ham or swiss cheese, but those certainly look good & you got me at the turkey and cranberry!!! I love those Hawaiian sweet rolls!

everyday katie said...

HELLOOOOOO! That is on my grocery list tomorrow. Thanks!

Cathy said...

OMG, this looks good. I love the sweet bread and ham and cheese is perfect with them. I would add a little cranberry sauce too.

Tammy said...

Oh My Kris...this has me smacking my little piggy lips! I've only ever had the rolls with just a piece of ham, but this looks delish! I will definitely take this recipe with me! Thanks!

A Quilter Awakens said...

Oh this recipe will come in handy! Karmen

Tammy said...

PS...are your T's tablespoons or teaspoons??

Grammee Linda said...

You have impeccable timing girfriend! I was coming here to tell you I made the pumpkin muffins this morning and they are to die for. That's a keeper! And I need an easy brunch recipe but I didn't want the usual egg and cheese overnight deal. This is perfect! Thanks for the tip about the butter too.

Big hugs from across the country!

Debbie said...

Looks wonderful...I LOVE those Hawaiin rolls....Yummm....though I have begun my latest diet AGAIN...sigh...Have a wonderful day Kris...

~Niki~ said...

YUM! too good not to try! thanks!

Diane said...

Those sound delicous and easy, too. The perfect combination. I will definitely have to try them. I am still on the hunt for pumpkin and when I find some I will try and stock up!

The Garden Bell said...

Great...just looking at this increase my waist size. You all have to stop it with making create such splendid de-lish treats...te-he....ok, keep'm coming.

Droooooooling,
Kate

Kristi said...

Oh yummy, yummy, yummy!! Those look excellent! And oh so easy, I'm totally saving this recipe. They seem like the perfect football party recipe too.

From the Kitchen said...

They sound and look delicious. I like that they all go in the oven in one pan!!

Best,
Bonnie

The Little House That Grew said...

Just found your sweet blog from your daughter's comment. I just started knitting and I am so excited about it. I love your bio...that is what I want my bio to say one day!! I adore my mom and wish I lived closer to her. How fun for you guys to keep up with each other and share with others. What a great example of a happy committed family!
Lisa

Shropshire Suz said...

wow! that looks like one l could manage hehe...thanks for popping by almost finished nd planning the Christmas dec's last night for the new room hehe
Hugs Suz x

Eva said...

Oh my God. That looks TOO good. Next time I have a party, you can bet I will be making a tray of these guys!

Linda said...

Looks yummy!!

Faith said...

say theses look good.....going to give these a try....enjoying your blog with my am coffee.....thanks for sharing...

Cozart Family said...

Thanks for the recipe, I made them tonight and they were really good. The only thing is was your T for teaspoon or Tablespoon? I did the teaspoon but yours look like they have more yummy stuff dripping off then mine did. Still a big hit.
Thanks, Traci