I made these for our houseguests the day after Thanksgiving for a little change from turkey, and they were a hit! I was lucky to have my sister Susan’s yummy homemade crescent rolls to use, but my friend Janet uses Sister Schubert’s frozen rolls, and my daughter-in-law Tiffany uses sweet Hawaiian rolls, so you definitely have choices. Here’s the recipe for one dozen sandwiches:
- Slice each roll in half horizontally. On the bottom half, layer deli-sliced ham and swiss cheese. Replace top half. Arrange sandwiches in a baking dish.
- Melt 1 stick of butter, then stir in 3/4 tablespoon poppy seeds, 3/4 tablespoon mustard, 1 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, and 1 teaspoon onion flakes.
- Pour sauce over rolls, and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Enjoy! ♥
Oh yummy these sure look good!
Thank you! And they are! I want one right now! 🙂
easy and delicious–my kind of recipe!
I agree . . . my favorite! 🙂
Sounds so easy…my kind of meal!
Mine, too . . . and it’s nice to have something warm now that the winter has arrived in full force (at least it has here in Kansas!). 🙂
these look so yummy!
Thank you, Danielle . . . they’re REALLY good! 🙂
This looks yummy! My mother loves ham and she will love these! Thanks for sharing.
Awww . . . what a sweet daughter you are! I hope your mom thinks this recipe is a keeper! 🙂
This looks so good–I’m getting hungry looking at your picture! 🙂
Thank you! They did photograph well . . . probably because they’re so tasty! 🙂
Ok these look delicious.
They really are . . . this will definitely be my new go-to recipe! 🙂
Yummy that sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Tamara
You’re very welcome, Tamara! Oh, and did you see the scarf in my previous post? That’s as close as I’m going to get to crocheting until I take your 101 class! 🙂 Please let me know next time you’re teaching it . . . although I do check in on the Twist web site when I get a chance. 🙂
Yes I saw your scarf and was very impressed with your crocheting abilities. I’m not sure you really need the 101 but I sure will let you know as soon as I find out the next time I will be teaching the crochet 101. 🙂
Oh WOW those look lovely!
Thank you, Sarah . . . I hope you’ll get to try them! 🙂
Yum that looks delicious!!!,
Thank you, Lisa! They really are tasty . . . and easy to make, too! 🙂
very tasty looking!
I think you’d love them . . . I hope you’ll get a chance to try them out! 🙂
Ooh, those look super yummy!!
Thank you! They’re REALLY good . . . and easy . . . and I think they’re pretty, too! 🙂
*drooling*.. looking yummy
Thank you! 🙂
Katherine, you do do it all! Those look (and I bet they are) yummy!!!! 🙂
Well, these are SUPER easy . . . but SUPER good . . . I hope you’ll get to try them! 🙂
oh my….I think I just gained 5 lbs – these look delish!!!!
I know I gained 5 pounds by posting it! 🙂
sounds interesting, just one question. how much is a stick of butter, being in Australia we use grams, eg. 25 grams
One stick of butter is 1/2 cup . . . allrecipes.com says this is equivalent to 113 grams of butter. Hope this helps! 🙂
yum! they look amazingly tasty.
Thank you! 🙂
Looks delicious! How handy to make a bunch of sandwiches in one pan, too.
It really is . . . especially for holiday houseguests! 🙂
Pinned your recipe! 🙂