Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Swiss Cheese and Ham Sandwiches

My friend Katie is in an amazing chef. She is in a cooking group and they have a blog called The Cookin Mamas.  We saw these sandwiches on the blog and had to try them. We did make a few changes, we made a dozen of them just like the recipe, then we made a dozen without the mayo.  Instead of mayo on the sandwiches we put Kraft's Creamy Poppyseed dressing.  We try to always have it in the house.  Our family liked them much better with the poppyseed dressing.  I have children that do not like mustard and they loved these.  You can't taste the mustard.  If you have people who don't like mustard just half it.  It'll still taste yummy with only half.    We tried different types of cheese and it was just as delicious. Have fun using the meats and cheeses you love.

Ham & Cheese Sandwiches
by Home Run Recipes

12 rolls
Poppyseed Dressing
12 slices Swiss cheese (have fun trying other types)
¼ c. melted butter
2 t. mustard
A few shakes Worcestershire sauce
2 t. poppy seeds or sesame seeds

Slice rolls in half so they open. Spread poppyseed dressing on top and bottom of the inside of each roll. Assemble rolls with cheese and ham. Place all of these on a baking sheet. Mix together the melted butter, mustard, worcestershire sauce and poppy or sesame seeds with a whisk. Brush this mixture all over the tops of the rolls. If needed, cover with tin foil to prevent from browning too much.  I didn't need to cover them with foil but all ovens cook differently and so watch your rolls the first time.   Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes until heated through. These are great for entertaining. You can assemble the rolls ahead of time.  Keep them refrigerated until you’re ready to pop them in the oven.  I didn't spread the butter mixture on the tops ahead of time because I was afraid of making the roll soggy.

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