Ham Roulades

"These tasty little appetizers are a hit at gatherings. I usually make 1/2 of these without the horseradish when kids will be around. Plan ahead, as these need to chill. Time does not include chill time."
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  • Combine cheese, horseradish, cream, and beat until smooth.
  • Spread over slices of ham.
  • Roll up ham jelly-roll style, starting at narrow end.
  • Wrap each roll in waxed paper and chill several hours or overnight.
  • Cut into 1/2-inch slices.
  • Serve with toothpicks.

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  1. We REALLY liked these quick and easy appetizers ~ I added a little bit of dill to the mixture and it went really well with the ham. I think these would be really fun to play with ~ adding black olives, or sun-dried tomatoes, or jalapenos and sweet red peppers. I'll definitely be making these again ~ thanks for posting! Made for DIABETIC FORUM POOL PARTY TAG ~ May 2010!
  2. Even though it's just a few ingredients, the taste is very good. It's a great appetizer. Thanks lazyme :) Made for Market tag game
  3. This came out GREAT! Finding this recipe must have been FATE! I tried to remember ingredients, what can I say! I must have been having THAT kind of day! Forgot the cream, used 2 tbsp cream cheese, through in some chives, TRUE! YUMMY! YUMMY!!! Something very different too! Mine made 9 pieces, served on bed of lettuce with balsamic vinegar, made my day! DEFINATE keeper as an appetiser or snack, SO glad it came my way! THANKS! OH, used Black forest ham for that extra WOW! How did I enjoy this recipe? you now know HOW! :)
  4. These were very pretty and easy to make. I did double the amount of horseradish to give it a kick because it was really mild for us. These were a nice addition to lunch with friends. Thanks lazyme!
  5. Very tasty! I love the addition of the horseradish and may even add in a touch of cayenne when I make these again. I bet these would be good served with a spicy dipping sauce too! I may try that also. Made for ZWTIII


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