Tuesday, September 23, 2014

hot ham & cheese party sandwiches

hot ham and cheese party sandwiches 
Ham & cheese is my favorite kind of sandwich, so when I was deciding what to serve at Nolan’s donut party, it was an easy choice. I remembered that my mom has a quick and easy way of making them for crowds. She has a theory that potlucks at church are always heavy on the sides, so she likes to bring these sandwiches as a main dish. I assembled 48 of them a couple of hours before Nolan’s party, and I was done in no time. I put them in the fridge and then baked them around the time the party started. We had plenty left over, so I stuck them in the freezer. On work mornings, Steve tosses a couple in his bag for lunch. He says they’re still delicious!

Ingredients to make 16 SANDWICHES:
16 hamburger buns
1 pound ham, sliced as thinly as the deli will slice
16 slices cheese (Swiss or Provolone)
mustard
butter or spread
aluminum foil

Directions:
Heat oven to 400 degrees.



Using a decent-sized workspace, open up all the hamburger buns and line them up in rows. On all of the tops of the buns, spread a pat of butter. On all of the bottoms of the buns, spread a bit of mustard.

Put a slice or two of ham on each bottom bun, and a slice of cheese on each top bun.

 

Close all of the sandwiches and wrap them in foil.

Bake for 10 minutes.

Maybe leave a little sign next to them so that people know what they’re unwrapping :)

BON APPETIT!

Linking up with Andrea for Recipe Club!

3 comments:

  1. These are perfect! And look so delicious!

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  2. These look so yummy! I'm sure my hubby would love this recipe. I am a new reader - found your blog through Mix and Match Mama/Momfessionals/A Little Bit of Everything. :) I really enjoy reading your blog! You seem very friendly and relatable. I have a 20-month-old son and am a stay at home mama. I'm pretty sure we would be good friends in real life if we met! Oh I live in the Dallas area. Just wanted to say hi!

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  3. This is super random, but is your table a Retro one? Maybe made in the early 1900's? I recently inherited a table that looks exactly like yours, from what i can tell at least.

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