Saturday, December 28, 2013

*Best Loved* Hot Ham & Cheese Sliders


These little gooey sandwiches filled with ham and cheese and topped with a tangy, buttery sauce really needs no introduction!

They are perfect for a party, game night, shower, or any holiday appetizer!  When are they not perfect, really?? :)


They're easy to assemble, fast to bake, and when done they come out of the oven begging to be inhaled by hungry kids and adults alike!  I made a pan a few weeks ago in the Christmas season on a fun day Mr. Cozy and I were at home with the kids.  They fueled our day of wrapping and relaxing. They would be perfect for a Super Bowl party, too!  If you've never tried these hot ham and cheese sliders, what are you waiting for... Here is the recipe to your new favorite sandwich!!

Hot Ham & Cheese Sliders

1 pkg. Hawaiian Rolls, split entire pan of rolls length-wise (don't separate rolls)
18 slices (approx) Your favorite deli ham, shaved
8 slices (approx) your favorite cheese,sliced,  Swiss, cheddar, Colby jack, or pepper jack
5 Tbsp. Butter
1/2 tsp. onion or garlic powder
1 Tbsp. Mustard (I used hot and sweet mustard)
3 packed tsp. brown sugar
1/2 tsp. Worchestershire sauce
1/4 tsp. salt
Poppy seeds


Keep in mind, as you assemble to treat it as one big sandwich.  Once you slice the whole pkg. of rolls in half lengthwise (without breaking them apart), lay the bottom half in a preferably 8x11 in. pan, (9x13 works too) and evenly pile ham and cheese all over.  Top with the other half of the rolls.

Prepare sauce by heating in a small pan, the butter, sugar, Worchestershire, mustard, onion or garlic powder, and salt.  Whisk just until it's all smooth and melted.

Evenly drizzle the butter glaze all over the sandwich. Use a knife to spread evenly, if need be.  Sprinkle generously with poppy seeds.


Cover the pan with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes and remove foil and bake 5 minutes longer.  I like the cheese to be gooey and the tops slightly toasted.  Pull each little slider apart to serve.

Serve warm and enjoy with fresh veggies and chips!


I hope you and yours had a Merry Christmas, as we did!!!


More pictures to come...



10 comments:

Ali @ JamHands.net said...

those look so delicious! Love the family pic, everybody looks so happy :)

جميلة said...

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Leslie said...

Yummo ~ they look fantastic!!!
Happy new year!

Jen said...

Those are delicious! We always have them around Christmas too.

Nikki Rain said...

These are awesome!! We have had them a few times now with a salad & fresh fruit...for dinner. We are stationed in South Korea & with a 14-month old & my usual quick meal items aren't always accessible over here!! We lovvvvve them!

Leslie said...

Nikki, thank you for telling me how much your family loves this recipe! They're certainly delicious enough to eat for dinner and fruit would be a great side. I'm so glad to hear from you! I pray your family enjoys your stay in South Korea! :) my sister is going there this summer!
Blessings,
Leslie

Heather Paul said...

Thanks for the delicious recipe, Leslie! I've featured it as a Pinterest MUST at www.mustorbustrecipes.com to spread the word!

Jan Lowry said...

Always looking for delicious and easy finger foods. These look like a winner.

Julie said...

Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe! The family and I totally loved them. Julie

Angela Self said...

Wow! These look delish! Every year my family has a Tapas Christmas, so I'm always looking for new recipe ideas. Can't wait to try these out ��