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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!

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Mommy2two April 20, 2011

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!

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Hill Family April 07, 2011

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!

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amri92 January 30, 2011

I used fresh onions and real butter. I made these twice. The first time with lots of substitutions and I learned the Dijon mustard makes the butter spread thicken, so don't substitute on that item. Hamburger buns work great with this because they soak up the butter well. If you put on more ham than called for, the buns may dry out before the ham gets hot, so preheat the ham in that case. One subsitution that I would highly recommend is gouda cheese. It melts better than Swiss. These would make GREAT appetizers if served on those mini-burger buns used for sliders. I think the poppy seeds are optional.

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Cook In Southwest January 04, 2011

These were nice, but I found the onions overwhelming in the sauce. I did use the dried onions, so perhaps fresh ones would have been better. A good idea for a lunch you can freeze and pull out to heat up with little effort.

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micro_ang November 02, 2010

These were really delicious sandwiches. I had used hoagie rolls. I loved the flavor of the poppy seeds with the mustard sauce. I used butter and not margarine and had melted it in the microwave with the other ingredients. I cooked them in the oven for about 20 minutes and they turned out perfect. Very yummy lunch. Thanks for sharing your recipe GotsaLuvMe, it is a sandwich I will be making again.

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FrenchBunny April 10, 2010

These were very good. They were a little greasy so I would use less butter next time. Thanks.

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aronsinvest March 07, 2010

We absolutely LOVED these sandwiches! I will be keeping these in my freezer from now on! Next time I think I'm going to double...or maybe even triple this one because I have a feeling that they aren't going to last a long time around here! I bet the sauce would also be good on turkey..may try that next time.

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SoNottaCook August 26, 2009

Yummy! Only had 'onion buns' and they were great! Added some roasted red pepper... excellent! Thanks!

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sara12972 April 20, 2009

These were outstanding! We loved them. I think I may make these for Super Bowl Sunday.....

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CIndytc January 21, 2009
Easy & Delicious Ham and Dijon Sandwiches