Recipe by Susan Gee
"Great for potlucks!"
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cooking spray (such as Crisco®)
Worcestershire sauce, or more to taste
1 (12 count) package
Hawaiian sweet rolls, split, or more as needed
sliced deli ham, or more as needed
Swiss cheese, or more as needed
I followed the recipe for the most part, but did not use onions or poppy seeds, and made just 4 sandwiches. I used black forest ham and substituted Swiss for Havarti cheese. My husband LOVED this recipe, and described it as "restaurant-quality". This recipe would be easy to make for a larger group, and would be excellent for tailgating or potlucks. This one is a definite winner - thank you!
Been making these for a long time...copycat recipe!!!
Deeeelicious! We love this style of sandwich, and this one did not disappoint! We really liked how with this recipe, you put two-thirds the butter-onion mixture in the sandwich rather than all of the mixture on the top. To mince the onion, I just put it in my small chopper and let it do the work. The oven times were spot on for me. Fifteen minutes covered and 7 minutes uncovered. Thanks whizgee, for sharing your version of this popular sandwich. It is a keeper.
Deliciouso!! Cut out poppy seeds added 1 tsp. worcestershire sauce. Simple and Nom Nom good.
Didn't have The sweet rolls but used yeast dinner rolls we all loved them, we will make them again!
I used Zatarain's Creole Mustard...Wow! Big Hit with my family!
Easy to do... U can do your personal touch and is a huge success! Did for the 2st time yesterday and was a big hit! five stars!
Very good, but a little too much butter. I used sesame seeds instead of the poppy seeds. I, too, like the idea of putting the sauce inside the bread and on top too. I used 2/3's of a loaf of french bread for the bread and they turned out very tasty, except for too much butter. I'd make this again for sure!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
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