- 12 rolls (of a 24-pack of dinner rolls) or tiny rolls in 2 tin pans
- 8 slices of ham
- 8 oz. package of cheese of your choice (I like Provolone)
- 1 stick of butter
- 2 t. mustard
- 1 T. poppy seeds
- 1½ T. minced onion/onion flakes
- 2 t. Worcestershire sauce
~Using a serrated knife, slice open all the rolls, placing the bottom halves in large pan. Or slice whole top off the tiny rolls, leaving bottom halves in pans.
~Thinly ( make that butter go far!) spread one-half the mixture on the bottom half of the rolls.
~With a pizza cutter, cut the ham to fit on the rolls (but not for the tiny rolls). If rectangle-shaped ham, you can cut it in half lengthways, then cut each half into thirds. I use 2 layers of ham per roll (so 1 rectangle slice will cover three rolls). Stack and cut several slices at a time.
Not sure what shape/size your cheese will be, so just break it up to fit the rolls.
~Put on the roll "lids," and spread remaining mixture across rolls.
~Cover with tin foil, and bake at 350º for 18-20 minutes.
Some people like to make a day ahead, then bake.
If you use the 2 pkgs of the tiny dinner rolls in the tin pans, don't cut the ham or cheese until after cooking, then use a pizza cutter.
GREAT with potato salad and baked beans. =)