Prep 7 mins
Cook 15 mins
Recipe from Steve Erehart's Mom, served at a football party... couldn't get the taste out of my mind for days! Had to call and ask how!
- Assemble ham and cheese onto the buns and set aside.
- Combine poppy seed, margarine, onion, Worcestershire sauce, and Dijon mustard into small sauce pan.
- Warm all ingredients on medium heat until margarine is melted.
- Spread the mixture onto each bun.
- Wrap each bun in aluminum foil.
- Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Serve to grateful guests!
- Alternatively, you may freeze the unbaked sandwiches in the foil wrap, and remove as desired.
- If frozen, bake at 300 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.
I can see why this sandwich was haunting you for days, it is really delicious. I cut this down to one sandwich, prepared it through the baking part, and then cooled it down and took it to work for lunch. I reheated it for about a minute, and it was so good. I liked the little pop the poppy seeds gave the sandwich, and I used a dried onion specialty mix and real butter instead of margarine. Thanks for sharing!
Good Sammy ... the only change I made was to leave out the poppy seeds and to use different cheese. We get some great cheese called Cougar Cheese and that is what we used on this sammy!! Yum!
Thanks "Cook in Southwest", the hamburger buns really did work great! i used villagio hamburger buns, and made my sandwich with yellow mustard [insted of dijon], no poppy seeds [because i didnt have any], and shredded mozarella instead of swiss cheese - needless to say, it was still amazing! i look forward to trying the recipe next time without substituting any ingredients! VERY VERY QUICK AND DELICIOUS!