Happy Monday! Today, I am sharing another recipe for breakfast/brunch/lunch for holiday guests. This recipe is super quick and easy and can be prepared in advance. Shout out to my sister in law, Melissa, for the recipe. Thanks!
servings: 6 (2 sandwiches per person)
1 package dinner rolls
3/4 lb. shaved ham (or turkey, or any meat you choose)
3/4 swiss cheese (again, any cheese that makes you smile)
1 stick of butter (use the real deal, not margarine)
1 tbsp. prepared mustard (optional)
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tbsp. dried onion (optional)
Poppy seeds or sesame seeds (optional)
Melt butter and stir in mustard, Worcestershire, and onions.
Slice through dinner rolls and place in bottom of baking dish. Stack with ham. Place cheese over ham to cover, then place top of dinner rolls over cheese.
Spoon butter mixture over rolls and sprinkle with poppy seeds (or sesame seeds, or nothing at all). Cover and refrigerate overnight. Or at least 4-6 hours.
Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
Hope you enjoy!
After several busy weeks, I FINALLY had a chance to go shopping! I was having some serious shopping withdrawals. No major moolah spent, but I found something awesome.
Perfect for holiday leftovers, or homemade goodies for friends and neighbors. Only $1 per pack! With lids! These are great for cookies, muffins, candy, or any items light in weight.
20 for $6. I wouldn’t recommend the aluminum ones for heavy food. Plastic deli containers would work best for meat, pasta, soup, etc. I found some great ones at Garnish (they have other items too) and Amazon. Both are very affordable.
But..always a but with me..I was thinking I could possibly get these containers for free. Never hurts to ask your local deli for a few now and then – especially if you are a regular customer. I will let you know if I am lucky with that idea. Also, if you order deli food – wash and keep those containers to reuse.
Can you tell I am ready for fall? Already have holidays on my mind . It’s the heat! Horrible, miserable TX heat!
Have a great weekend!
It’s just around the corner! Have you started planning your party? If not, or you are in the middle of planning, here are a few ideas!
Pottery Barn and source
4th of July party food post next week .
Have a fantastic Tuesday afternoon.