You know on Facebook, there are those sped up video of someone making a recipe? Jake and I both love those, and even Katie has sent us one a time or two. Sometimes we make them, sometimes we forget about it (whoops!).
One of the videos we watched was for ham & cheese sliders, and they are so, so yummy, in addition to being a super quick meal.
Pack of Kings Hawaiian Rolls (we use a 18 pack or 2 9 packs).
Ham (we get this from the deli, because what isn’t used in this recipe is used for lunches).
Sliced Cheese (we always use some variation of cheddar, but have also used mozzarella & provolone)
Butter (real butter, NOT margarine)
Mustard (we use stone ground spicy)
Start by carefully cutting the rolls in half, leaving them all connected (see photo of left). Place the bottom half into a baking dish or foil lined pan. Top with your cheese (see pic). Then top with ham. Top with more cheese & place the top portion of the rolls on top.
Melt the butter in a microwave safe container. Add italian seasoning, garlic salt & mustard and stir. This does require some experimenting to get the measurements right. I don’t measure them at all, but usually use at least 3/4 of a stick of butter (but more often a whole stick). Brush the mixture on top of the rolls until you have used it up. I also will brush it on the sides.
Bake for 15-25 minutes at 375. We like them a little crisp, so we often go longer than 15 minutes. It also takes some trial & error depending on the pan and how much meat/cheese you actually use.
I wish I had an after photo, but I have hungry kids and a hungry husband. We typically serve this with steamed broccoli and maybe a starch (couscous, mashed potatoes).