The Recipe Card Test
So Ray fixed me up with this here handy dandy recipe card feature. Our church recently found out that the navy will be selling the land that the church building sits on. We own the buildings, not the land. I said I would add a few recipes on here for them to grab for a cookbook that will be sold. I’ll keep you posted because the folks at this church CAN COOK!
I’m starting with the recipe I’m asked about most often at church, Yummy Ham Sandwiches. Mom gave me her version first. Then she handed me a cookbook. Eventually I put them on Hawaiian rolls. The rest is well, just sheer yum. I also wanted to make sure Mr. Ken got this or I might be in trouble. Please let me know what you think or if there are recipes you want to see.
Here we go…
- 2 packages sweet butter Hawaiian rolls (12 rolls per package)
- 1# honey ham sliced so thin you can see through it
- 1# swiss cheese, sliced to your preference
- Stick of butter, softened
- 2 Tbsp. yellow mustard
- 2 Tbsp. poppy seeds
- 2 Tbs. Sugar
- 1 Tbs. dried minced onion (This is the ONLY time I ever use this ingredient...EVER!)
- Slice your rolls in half. Set the bottom half on a cookie sheet. Pile on your ham. Layer your cheese and then top with the other half of the roll. In a bowl mix together the butter and mustard. Add in the poppy seeds, sugar and minced onion. Spread this mixture over the top of the rolls. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
- We love the Hawaiian rolls but you can use any roll.
- If you like more ham, you might want to add another 1/2 pound to the recipe.
- I prefer ham from the deli. The prepackaged stuff does not taste the same.