I love the flavor of this spread. I used leftover ham from Easter and chopped it fine in the food processor. I added about a tbsp of honey to the mixture, and made half with cheddar cheese and half with swiss. I first used Hawaiian rolls, and had trouble keeping the bottom of the rolls from getting too crispy. I tried it again with english muffins under the broiler (instead of rolls), and that worked well.
These are great! I had sampled these little sandwiches at two separate get togethers and was delighted that \
This is so delicious! I made this for my mom and I for lunch this afternoon and we really enjoyed it. I had some leftover ham that I baked for dinner the other day so I used about 2 cups of that, chopped. I didn't add the butter just to save on the fat content, and it didn't seem to affect the outcome. Oh, I also didn't add the poppy seeds just because I didn't have any. This is going to be something I'll make whenever I have leftover ham.
Made these tonight for a quick and easy light meal. I am not sure what heat and serve rolls are, but I used ready to bake rolls hoping they are the same and followed the rest of the recipe as per instructions. A really great spread and they turned out really well. DH actually thought they were tuna and loved them .... (men go figure) lol DD put salt on top of hers so hence a warning for all..... no salt needed! Great taste so quick and so easy for a realy great snack of light meal. Thanks Jellyqueen.....great recipe!
This has always been a favorite of mine! I use swiss cheese instead of cheddar which gives it a little twang. Great way to use up ham and satisfy the family!
These are always an appy hit. To simplify this a little- I just use swiss deli slices instead of grating the cheddar. If you really like the cheddar flavor you could just use those slices as well. After spreading out the ham mixture I just lay out a single layer of slices before putting the bread back on top.
I have made these before years ago and had forgotten the recipe until I ran across it here. I made these for my daughter to take to school in her lunch. I used hamburger buns and heated them for a few minutes in the oven, wrapped them tight in foil and she said they were perfectly room temp by the time lunch rolled around. Nice quick recipe to use when you want a little something different from a cold ham sandwich. Thanks for reminding me of this.
It was fun to eat "foil wrapped" sandwiches! I used hamburger sized buns and left my ham sliced. I served with Rita L. Spicy Sweet Baked Beans and Kittencal's Broccoli Salad (all the flavors went great together). This made for a great end of the week dinner. Roxygirl Roxygirl