Popular Tags:  neogaf | sweet | snack | delicious | dinner | dessert | hearty | cheese | creamy | rice | beef | peanut butter | pizza | fish | egg | chicken | korean | healthy | fast food | kids | moist | thick | tasty | bacon | meaty | casserole | curry | chinese | potatoes | omega 3 | finger food | chili | savory | breakfast | asian

4
Tasteless
Rate This Recipe:
4.3
3
Ratings
Favorites: 1     Views: 11,657
Email Addresses

(Separate emails with commas. Max # of emails: 10)

Message (Optional)

Other Recipes by KisstheCook

Party Ham Sandwiches

Submitted by KisstheCook on Feb 29, 2008, 6:59 PM

8 oz Dijon mustard
1 cup butter, softened
2 T. poppy seeds
2 packs party rolls
3/4 pound thinly sliced ham
8 oz thinly sliced swiss cheese

1. Heat oven to 300 degrees.

2. Combine first three ingredients and mix well.

3. Cut the rolls in half horizontally and place on foil lined cookie sheet.

4. Spread butter mix on both the top and the bottom of the roles.

5. Put a layer of ham and cheese on the bottom part of the roll.

6. Place the top of the roll back on the top of the bottom half.

7. Wrap in foil and bake for 10 minutes. Uncover and bake for about four more minutes until the tops are a little crusty.

These yummy little sandwiches are great for parties. But, they definitely need to be served warm. So, serve them as soon as your guests arrive.

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #1

Ingredients

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #2

Sprinkling the poppy seeds into butter and mustard

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #3

Butter, mustard, and poppy seeds mixed together

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #4

Cutting the rolls in half

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #5

Spreading the butter mixture on the rolls

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #6

Adding the cheese slices

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #7

Adding the ham. I'm not exactly sure how I took this picture, but it came out really cool!

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #8

Ready to "roll!"

Party Ham Sandwiches - recipe photo #9

Ready to eat!


Comments (2)
katherinealvarez Aug 25, 2010, 10:48 PM
Do you want to make it even more yummy? For this recipe I prefer Iberico ham, you might find it also as jamon iberico. I know it is expensive but the trick is to buy the foreleg called shoulder or paleta rather than the ham (backleg). Paleta or shoulder is much cheaper and for sandwiches, pittas, rolls and “hand food” a wonderful alternative.
I buy my iberico ham at Buyjamon.com

BuyJamon.com the market place for iberico ham.
[reply]

katherinealvarez Aug 25, 2010, 10:50 PM
Do you want to make it even more yummy? For this recipe I prefer Iberico ham, you might find it also as jamon iberico. I know it is expensive but the trick is to buy the foreleg called shoulder or paleta rather than the ham (backleg). Paleta or shoulder is much cheaper and for sandwiches, pittas, rolls and “hand food” a wonderful alternative.
I buy my iberico ham at Buyjamon.com

BuyJamon.com the market place for iberico ham.
[reply]


Would you like to comment on this recipe?

Join cookskills to post your comments or login if you already have an account.