Monday, March 1, 2010

Hawaiian Sandwich Rolls

I had a Silpada Jewelry Show a few nights back.  If you have never seen this jewelry line-You should have a look.  They have some beautiful things an the quality is excellent.  I served my Buffalo chicken dip & crackers, Cheesecake squares, vegetables and dip and these Hwaiian Roll Sandwiches.  I also served a wine that I had never tried before, and luckily it turned out to be one of the best tasting wines I have had. It is From the Gallo Family "Twin Valley"  White Zinfandel.  Even though it is a White Zinfandel, the color is a blush.  You can check the entire family of wines out here  Anyway, back to the recipe, it was given to be my friend-Pam and they were delicious.
1 12 pk of Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
3TBS of Honey Mustard
3TBS of finely shredded onions(sweet onon preferred)
2Tbs melted Butter
1 TBS Worcestershire
1tsp poppy seeds
1 16 oz package of honey ham(sliced thin)
1 16 oz package sliced provolone cheese

Slice the entire package of rolls in half.  Mix the mustard, worcestershire, poppy seeds, and onion together and spread on one side of the sliced rolls.  Place hame and cheese on top of the onion mixture, evenly. Cover with the other half of the rolls, coat tops of rolls with melted butter, and wrap in aluminium foil .Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes.  Remove from the oven and slice into individual sandwiches.  They are easy and delicious!

 This is a photo of Pam at a fly fishing class we took together.

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