By Stefanie Wilson swkuntrygirl
These are always a huge hit!!
You could add some chopped onion if you wanted. Most people make these using around 3tsp. of poppy seeds. But we have truck drivers in our family and poppy seeds show up on drug tests so I don't use them. Enjoy!!! :o)
I used regular ham in this yummy sandwich, but I bet it would be really good with country ham as well. Perfect for anything from a cocktail party to the big game!
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In a large bowl, combine butter, mustard,& worcestershire sauce. Add ham & cheese. Mix until well blended.
Slice the top half off of the rolls. DO NOT BREAK INTO INDIVIDUAL ROLLS. Return bottom half to the pan.
Spread 1/3 of the ham/cheese mixture evenly over the bottom half of the rolls in each pan. Replace top half of rolls.
Bake in oven for around 15 minutes until rolls are golden brown and cheese has melted. Slice into individual rolls before serving.
About this Recipe
Linda Cobb carolinablue - May 31, 2010
These are always one of the first things to go at get-togethers here. You can't eat just one.
Teresa Parish uneak - Jun 9, 2010
This was one of my Mother's specialities when we had get-togethers, but for the mustard she used Dijon mustard, gave them a little something extra.
Judy Kilroy judykilroy07 - Jun 14, 2010
Is this yellow mustard or dry mustard?
Stefanie Wilson swkuntrygirl - Jun 14, 2010
Judy, it's yellow mustard. :o)
Jan Mullikin jmulliki - Jul 6, 2010
Ham & cheese--always my favorite! Can't wait to try these. Thanks