Baked Ham Sandwiches

Baked Ham Sandwiches

"Minced onion and prepared mustard put a flavorful spin on these ham and cheese sandwiches from Charlotte Rowe. The Alto, New Mexico reader simply takes a few foil-wrapped favorites from the freezer and warms them in the oven for effortless lunches."
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20 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine butter, onion, mustard and poppy seeds. Spread about 1 tablespoon over both halves of buns. Layer ham and cheese on the bottom halves; replace tops. Wrap each sandwich in foil. Bake at 350 degrees F for 6-10 minutes or until cheese is melted, or freeze for up to 2 months.
  2. To use frozen sandwiches: Bake at 350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes or until cheese is melted.

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I've made these for years. I do however, use the brown and serve dinner rolls in the aluminum pans. Remove all the rolls, leaving them together, slice in half, replace the bottom half back into ...

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The spread for this sandwich was really unappetizing. I didn't like the smell after I'd made it, but thought maybe once the sandwich had heated through, it might taste good but no it didn't. N...

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I've made these for years. I do however, use the brown and serve dinner rolls in the aluminum pans. Remove all the rolls, leaving them together, slice in half, replace the bottom half back into ...

Fantastic! Always get requests for this recipe. I double or triple this recipe for a crowd, making little sandwiches from homemade dinner rolls. I place them all on a large baking sheet and c...

Try adding worchestershire sauce to the ingredients that top these sandwiches. Gives a little boost to the flavor. You can use any type of sandwich meat and cheese as well. Great with a good bow...

My family has been making these for as long as I can remember, so they're definitely comfort food for me. I almost always have some in the freezer. They're so tasty and sooo easy. We usually lik...

Wow! These were really good and I'm not even a big fan of mustard! My only complaint was 10 minutes was not nearly enough time in the oven, my sandwiches were still cold, however, I do keep my...

We have been making a version of this in my family for years...we use the little square dinner rolls and slice the package in half and we also use mozzerella cheese too...yum!

These have become a regular in my house! They have a wonderful deli-style steamed sandwich taste. They're great to make for football games or other big gatherings, and making them on small din...

My co-worker makes these sandwiches and I love them so much! I requested them for an informal wedding shower she threw for me, and they were perfect. So easy to prepare ahead of time...and delic...

I really loved these. However, I did just the basic stuff.... ham, swiss, mustard and butter. I used the ham from one that I baked a few nights ago. Will definitley be making these again.

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