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French Market Sandwiches

French Market Sandwiches

"'I first tasted this warm ham and cheese sandwich at a luncheon, and it quickly became a favorite in our house,' says Florence McNulty of Montebello, California. 'I keep some in the freezer for fast meals. My bridge club enjoys them with soup and fresh fruit.'"
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25 m servings
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Original recipe yields 10 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine the butter, mustard, onions, poppy seeds and curry powder. Spread over cut sides of croissants. Place a slice of ham and cheese on each croissant; replace tops. Wrap individually in foil. Bake at 325 degrees F for 15-20 minutes or until heated through. Serve immediately.

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Wonderful sandwich - perfect on a night when you just don't feel like cooking! I love ham and swiss and the spread was really tasty. This was great paired with a bowl of tomato soup.

These were really delicious and easy. The butter made these sandwiches so rich, they were really great for dinner, one was all I needed. I halved the recipe to make five sandwiches, and the le...

This was a great sandwich! I omitted the curry but this was still very tasty. This is a nice way to serve sandwiches but still feel like you made it special. I'll be using this for my OES lun...

Really liked this sandwich but thought the dijon mustard slightly overpowered the taste of the ham and the swiss. Next time, I'll try cutting back on that a bit but definitely will be having th...

I agree that this tasted way too much like dijon mustard. It totally overpowered the sandwich! Otherwise it was good, I'd make again. Went very well with tomato basil soup.

Outstanding! I followed the recipe almost to a T - the the minor exception of omitting the poppy seeds because I didn't have any. I scaled the recipe to 2 and used rosemary ham; the spred was en...

I made one with spread and one w/o. The spread was horrible. Just plain was wonderful. I put swiss on top of ham and on the bottom. Wonderful melt!

These are tasty and versatile. I omitted the poppy seeds and used minced shallots instead of green onion and I used a bit more ham. I used thinly sliced deli turkey on some to accommodate the di...

Very tasty hot sandwich. This was a hit here. I used freeze dried chives and some dried minced onion for the green onion. I used regular sandwich bread and this turned out great. My husband even...

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