Ham Sliders

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Things in a house full of people can be pretty stressful, so the other day I offered to make dinner for everyone so my mother-in-law didn't have to worry about it. I was looking for an easy recipe that didn't cost an arm and a leg, but that would still appeal to Tom's very picky family. I perused my Pinterest boards until I found something that I thought would fit the bill: Hawaiian Sweet Roll Ham Sammies from Beyer Beware.

I adapted the recipe based on what we already had at home and what we had available to us at the store, and the results were delicious (I'm still wanting some days later, and I'm not a ham person...they were just SO. FREAKING. GOOD!!!)

Alex's Ham Sliders

-2 12-count packages of King's Hawaiian Rolls, or a similar sweet roll
-1 medium onion
-8 tbsp butter (1 stick)
-3 tbsp Hellman's Honey Mustard
-2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
-1 lb shaved ham
-12 slices Swiss cheese

Dice the onion (a food processor is handy, but I did it by hand and it wasn't too bad). Melt the butter in a skillet and add the onions. Stir in the honey mustard and Worcestershire sauce; cook until the onions reach desired tenderness.

Slice the rolls in half lengthwise, so the tops are one piece and the bottoms are one piece,like a hamburger bun. Place the roll bottoms in a foil-lined roasting pan (both sets fit pretty perfectly in our roasting pan).

Spread the onion sauce evenly over the bottoms of the rolls. Add the ham, then the slices of cheese (it's okay if the cheese overlaps a bit). Top with the tops of the rolls, and cover with foil. Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Makes 24 sliders (there are ten of us here, so I had to make a lot)

These are SO tasty. Even Tom, who hates onions, loved them. We served them with shells and cheese (a family favorite), and it went over really well. This is definitely a dish I'll be making more often.

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