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Baked Ham & Swiss Sliders

(17 Votes)
SERVES
12
COOK TIME
30 Min

Make sure you've got two empty hands, 'cause you're gonna want to grab two of these Baked Ham & Swiss Sliders! These mini-sized sandwiches bake all together in a casserole dish, and will remind you of your favorite ham and cheese sandwich, but only much, much better.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 stick butter
  • 1 large onion, minced
  • 3 heaping tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 teaspoons poppy seeds
  • 1 package of 12 Hawaiian Sweet rolls
  • 1 1/2 pounds sliced ham
  • 8 slices Swiss cheese
What To Do:
  1. In a large skillet over medium heat, melt butter. Add onion and cook 5 minutes. Stir in mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and poppy seeds and cook about 10 minutes, or until onions are soft.
     
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
     
  3. Slice rolls in half all at once and place bottom half in a 9- x 13-inch casserole dish. Spread 3/4 of onion mixture over rolls; top with ham, cheese, and top half of buns, then top with remaining onion mixture. Cover with aluminum foil.
     
  4. Bake 15 to 20 minutes, or until heated through. Remove from oven, and slice down between the rolls to make individual sliders. 

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I've made this using the recipe from the Kings hawaiian rolls...it contains some brown sugar. i can't imagine having this without the brown sugar. There's something about the combination of brown sugar, mustard and ham. They're always a hit with the brown sugar.

These were FABULOUS!!! Made them on opening game of football (Super Bowl Champ Seattle Seahawks won!!!) and they were gone before I knew it! Guests who don't care for ham LOVED THEM!!! Also made mini's using hard rolls, deli roast beef, Provolone cheese and mixed mayo (Best Foods), horseradish and stone ground mustard. Split the rolls, put a nice amount of mayo mixture on bottom roll, then layered roast beef and cheese, put on top roll and placed in 13x9" pan. Covered with foil and baked for approximately 15 minutes. These went fast too! Thank you for the ham and cheese recipe!

left very happy and brag about it . thanks

Already have made this and everyone wanted to know where to get the recipe. Tastes great.

package of onions? Fresh onion, frozen onion, or "French fried" onion package? So how many cups is a package?

Hello! This recipe calls for 1 large onion, minced. Enjoy! :)

What is the nutritional value per serving? Looks tasty.

Hi there! We're currently working on getting all the nutritional information for our recipes, but in the meantime you can try plugging in the ingredients on sites like myfitnesspal.com! This recipe is roughly 290 calories per serving. Enjoy! :)

These are delicious and my 11 year old daughter requests them when we haven't had them for awhile! I make a double batch so we have some left over, but there isn't much! (5 people in my family).

I have made this using corned beef instead of ham. Top cheese with a litte sauerkraut and dab of thousand island dressing, Use caraway seeds in place of poppy seeds. I stuck a toothpick in to keep together. Makes a delicious Reuben slider.

What an easy way to make sandwiches for our Garden Club meetings! I made ham and Swiss with the Hawaiian bread and roast beef and cheddar on Martin's potato rolls. I ended up with an assortment of 24 sandwiches without all the fuss of assembling each one separately. This is a great time-saver!

Sounds great, will make soon.

I had these at my granddaughter's house, and everyone raved about them. They are delicious as appetizers or part of the main meal. You can't just eat one, so be sure to make enough!

These are great! I made them once with deli ham and again with leftover Easter ham. Great both ways. Next time, though, I may use a little less butter. I wish I had thought of making the sauce to serve with the Easter dinner as a side dish. Oh well, next year!

A friend brought these to a party last week and we were ALL sold on them immediately! I'll be making them this week end as well.

These sliders are very tasty! The only thing I tweaked was the amount of ham. Instead of using 1 1/2 pounds, I used a 10-ounce package of ham, which is plenty for me, but other people may prefer more ham on their sliders. Either way, you will be quite pleased with the result.

Wow, what a great idea to leave the rolls together and bake & slice. The reason I haven't tried sliders yet is because of all the time consuming individual assembly of ingredients. Problem solved! These sound delicious, but I am also thinking of all the ways you could vary this recipe by substituting different cheeses and meats. These would be great for dinner or a gathering where finger foods will be served. Thanks!

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