I found this recipe for Hawaiian Ham and Cheese sliders on Facebook and then pinned it. I decided to try it out, but make it my own.
Ham and Cheese Sliders
- slider rolls (I used Pepperidge Farm Sweet and Soft Sliders)
- deli ham
- cheddar cheese
- 1/2 cup butter
- 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
- 2 tsp deli mustard
- 1 tsp dried onions
- 2 tsp brown sugar
Heat over to 350. Melt butter and then mix in Worcestershire sauce, mustard, onions, sugar. Stir until sugars dissolve. I kept tasting and adding a bit of this, a bit of that until I found a taste that worked for me. So play feel free to add more of any flavors as needed.
Spray pan with non-stick spray. Arrange bottom buns in pan. Then top with ham, cheese and top bun. I used 1 slice of ham on each slider and 3/4 piece of cheese.
Spread butter mixture over the tops of the rolls. Then bake for 15-20 min until the cheese is melted and the sandwich is nice and oozy yummy.
These were really good. Blake ate them, Colby took the top bun off and at them open face. Richard and I enjoyed them. We thought it needed more ham. We also decided these would be really good a Cuban sandwiches: sliced pork, sliced ham, sliced Swiss cheese, and a pickle slice. Or make scrambled eggs and make them breakfast sandwiches.
We had two left over and I had one yesterday for breakfast. They were still good cold.
Have you made this recipe before? What did you think of it? What type of deli would you put on the sandwich?