Can you say “Good, Real Good?” That is what my dad said twice during dinner tonight when I fixed these sandwiches. He doesn’t come to dinner often, but I knew he would really enjoy tonight’s menu.
I live in Indiana, and tried 3 grocery delis to purchased chipped chopped ham. None of them knew what I was talking about. I knew Ohio, where my in-laws lived carried it in their stores. So when I went to Ohio this past weekend, I came home with 3 lbs. of it. All it is, is cooked ham that is shaved as thin as the deli’s slicer can go. I know I could have gotten that in Indiana, now knowing what it is. Well, I’m here to tell you, it makes a great sandwich. I read the reviews about how much sauce the recipe makes. I made it as written, but I let mine slowly simmer for about 30 minutes. It had a nice thickness to the sauce when I added the ham. The ham then slowly simmered for about 30 minutes while my potatoes, ‘Jalapeno Potatoes’’ from AR baked. I didn’t have Kaiser Rolls, but did have slider buns, so I toasted those and the sandwich was wonderful on them. This recipe has been in my recipe box since February 2011. I’m glad I found the meat and finally got around to making them. My family thoroughly enjoyed them, and I know they will be made again.
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Can you say “Good, Real Good?” That is what my dad said twice during dinner tonight when I...