"Hot bun sandwiches with ham, cheese, eggs, olives and onion. Great for dinners and camping, eat cold or hot; delicious either way! Note: Hambuns can be served hot OR refrigerated or frozen to be enjoyed another time." — Ozzyzmommy
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diced cooked ham
1 (2 pound) loaf
processed cheese, cubed
green onion, chopped
1 (2 ounce) can
chopped black olives
hard-cooked eggs, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
THIS RECIPE WAS VERY VERY EASY TO MAKE AND MY FAMILY ABSOLUTLY JUST LOVED IT!!
THIS RECIPE IS GREAT HOT AND COLD.
EASY TO MAKE AND CLEAN UP IS SO SO EASY,
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR SUBMITTING THIS RECIPE FOR ALL TO ENJOY..
It was okay, nothing fantastic. Too much salt for my tastes
I really enjoyed these Ham buns, they were easy to make. My family liked them a lot too! They came in great use for my daughters swim practice, sons baseball practice and husbands fishing. I wanted to thank you for a great recipe.
Very good recipe...
Took it out on the boat, and it was very very good..
These are great! Good cold or hot. You can also use Spam instead of ham. Easy to cut down on the amount for a quick lunch-can leave out the olives and onion and add sweet relish or whatever you like.
5* with modifications. I was surprised to see this recipe on here because I thought it was something only our family ate. I call it "Mock Muffalatta;" my husband and his family call it "the things with the stuff." It is a huge favorite in our family, but we make it slightly different. We use 1/2 cup stuffed green olives instead of the black olives, and we add 1/2 cup chili sauce or cocktail sauce to the mixture. We also use colby cheese instead of the processed cheese. They're great to keep in the freezer, and when you get surprise guests, they're ready in 20 min.
Bland, a gooey mess, even my kids only ate one bite. Both my husband and I felt it not worth making again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 346
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