Do you like finding new recipes to make with leftover meats from the holidays? Well, here is a delicious way to use up some of the leftover Easter ham and make it into something very yummy for breakfast, brunch, or dinner. With the addition of ham, cheese and orange marmalade to these store bought rolls makes them sensational for anything you want to serve them for. The flavors of ham and orange marmalade are a perfect fit.....so yummy!
I found this recipe the other night while on Pinterest. It is originally a recipe from Pillsbury website.
Chop up your leftover Easter ham if using that. Make sure you dice it small, so that you can roll it up easily.
Next, slice up your cheese or if your using shredded no need to do that. :-)
Heat oven to 350°F. Line cookie sheet with foil and spray foil with cooking spray. (I forgot to do this and they stuck just a little.) Unroll the log of dough onto waxed paper, but do not separate into rolls; keep it all in one piece. Set icing aside for another use. Spread mustard evenly over dough.
Top with diced/sliced ham and shredded or diced cheese. Carefully reroll dough, starting with long side.
Cut along perforations into 8 rolls. Place 1 1/2 inches apart on cookie sheet. ---I added too many goodies, and my rolls were bursting with ham & cheese so I did adjust my amounts to reflect that.
Cook for 15 to 20 minutes till golden brown on top and cooked through.
Once removed from oven use a spoon or knife and cover the tops with your delicious orange marmalade.