Prep 0 mins
Cook 15 mins
We love country ham and this is a recipe that is one of our very favorites. Country ham biscuits are always on our Christmas Brunch table.
- 1 lb country ham, shaved
- 3 packages sister schubert yeast rolls
- 1⁄2 cup butter, unsalted
- 1 cup brown sugar
- Preheat oven to 350@. Thaw rolls halfway so that you can flip them out of tray and cut in half horizontally as a whole piece, then put the bottom half back in the tin. Melt the butter and brown sugar on low heat in a saucepan until sugar melts in the butter and is caramel in color. Brush butter/sugar mix on bottom half of rolls, then tear up ham evenly among the 3 tins, put the tops back on and brush with butter/sugar mix. Heat for 15 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through. (If you are serving immediately, otherwise just cook about 10 minutes then wrap in foil and freeze in ziploc bag. If you do that, just pull out whenever you want, thaw and reheat for another 8-10 minutes at 350@) Cut into individual rolls.
Love these rolls! Great way to use leftover country ham (if you have leftovers). I pared this recipe down to 1 package of rolls, finely chopped my ham because I did not have enough thin slices left. They were a great hit with my family. Love simple easy recipes. Thanks SB6!
Other than buying store bought rolls, these were good, except I had plenty of butter leftover. The brown sugar gave these an extra great taste. Made for you Football Pool win.