I decided to try out these ham and cheese sliders the other day and boy were they delicious!!! I was looking to make a cost efficient sandwich dish, that wasn’t going to break the food budget. I made a HUGE pan of them and they didn’t cost much to make. I was very surprise at how much I had leftover.
I bought 4 packages of dinner rolls, 1 large package of family size ham slices, a package of swiss cheese and cut each piece into quarters.
I got the rolls for $1 each, the ham was about $4, and the cheese $3. Not bad for 48 sandwiches that are fancy enough to serve for a dinner party.
I made the ham and cheese sandwiches. I cut each roll in half, added one slice of ham, and one quarter of cheese. I packed them full in my large roaster pan.
- 1 stick butter
- 2 big squirts of mustard
- 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/3 cup brown sugar
- 1 Tbsp poppy seeds
The poppy seeds are optional, personally this cost me $5 for a tiny container at Walmart. If you have a bulk food store where you can get them inexpensively, then add them. But for those that have to pay an arm and a leg for spices at your local grocery, skip this option.
After the sauce is melted and mixed, wipe it on top of the sandwiches. I didn’t pour it, I used my pastry brush and lightly wiped all of the sauce on top.
Cover with foil and bake 350 for 20 minutes. These are very yummy. Even good reheated the next day. Make some for a fancier way to present sandwiches or a great addition to salad for dinner.