Ham & Cheese Sliders

February 20, 2013 at 6:16 pm | Posted in Ham, Lunch, Main Dish, Sandwich | Leave a comment

Oh, these were excellent!  I discovered the recipe at Annie’s Eats.  We had them for supper but I think they’d be great for lunch, too.  Annie’s original recipe called for 24 sliders; I only prepared nine because there are just three of us.


Nine slider rolls, the Sweet Hawaiian Rolls

Nine slices of honey ham

Nine slices of baby Swiss cheese


1/2 tbsp. yellow mustard

4 tbsp. butter, melted

1 dash of onion powder

1/4 tsp. Worcestershire sauceFeb 20 001Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Split the buns in half; spread mayo on each half.  Top each half with some honey ham; I had a cute biscuit cutter that I used to cut out slices of ham.  Cute, huh?Feb 20 002When I ran out of ham circles, I just tore up the scraps and put them on top of the circles.Feb 20 003Not as cute, but oh well!  Now, top each sandwich with Swiss cheese slices and put the tops of the buns on.Feb 20 004Prepare the sauce by placing all of the ingredients in a small bowl.Feb 20 005Mix well.Feb 20 006Now, grab a tablespoon and pour one tablespoon over each slider.  Mmm, the mustard smelled heavenly!Feb 20 007Cover loosely with foil and pop into heated oven for ten minutes; at the end of ten minutes, remove foil and leave in for another three minutes or so.Feb 20 009The tops of the buns were sliding off the sliders.  Serve with goodies, such as pretzels, chips, fruit and cole slaw.Feb 20 010They were very good and my guys really enjoyed them.  The teenager said to make them again tomorrow, that’s how much he liked them!Feb 20 011


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