2 packages (12 count)KING'S HAWAIIAN Original Hawaiian Sweet Dinner Rolls
Cut rolls in half and spread mayo onto 1 side of the rolls. Place a slice or two of ham and slice of swiss cheese in roll. Replace the top of the rolls and bunch them closely together into a baking dish.
In a medium bowl, whisk together poppy seeds, dijon mustard, melted butter, onion powder and worcestershire sauce.
Pour sauce over the rolls, just covering the tops. Cover with foil and let sit for 10 minutes.
Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until cheese is melted. Uncover and cook for additional 2 minutes until tops are slightly browned and crisp. Serve warm.
Kari L says:
These can be made in advance and kept in the refrigerator. Great for unexpected guests.
I made the recipe as directed, but, for the sake of variety, used turkey on 12 rolls and ham on 12 rolls. I basted the rolls with the sauce, covered with foil and refrigerated overnight. I baked them 20 minutes covered, 8 minutes uncovered and the results were perfect. My guests liked the variety of ham and turkey, and many guests tried both. My girlfriend commented that she has the same recipe, but that hers calls for mozzarella cheese, not Swiss. Next time, I think I'll experiment and try roast beef and provolone. I think the basic recipe is foolproof!
Alisha K says:
These are delicious. Do it!
Gary N says:
great food for the whole family
Michelle B says:
These sliders are amazing. Easy to make and the whole family loves them. So glad I found this recipe.
Amy Y says:
Delicious rolls! Love the texture with the pineapple, even though it is not printed in the recipe. Bottom of rolls became soggy from the pineapple, despite straining them prior to making the sliders. The small amount of Worcestshire sauce that the recipe calls for, adds a lot of flavor and aroma. Not sure if I would use Worcestshire sauce again as I am not accustomed to this taste.
Wesley W says:
Easy and very tasty. Great for picnics or quick appetizers. My only recommendation is to cut the topping recipe in half and brush on the butter/mustard/poppy seed/worchestershire mixture. 24 rolls fit perfectly in a 13x9 baking dish.
Toni M says:
These are so easy. they are delicious!
Julie W says:
These were delicious. Easy to make. Easy to make ahead. Crowd pleaser. Doesn't need all of the butter topping... maybe half.
Terresa K says:
I made these for the first time and I have to say, Delicious! I will definitely be making them again.
Madeline L says:
Eh. What can I say, not the best. Not the worse. I liked the mini pizzas better.
Wendi L says:
Did have Dijon, so I used honey mustard. Soooo, yummy! The family devoured them.
Sally F says:
I used this recipe for a heavy cocktail appetizer. Everyone loved it, easy to make. Will definitely make again
Gracia R says:
I make this a lot because it's so easy & quick; and it's always a hit wherever I bring it. Easy to mix & match according to your tastes. I use spicy brown mustard because I don't like Dijon. I've done, ham, turkey, chicken, roast beef and a variety of cheeses--all are delicious! It's also easy to make ahead and freeze so it's always available as a quick snack to heat up.
Granny C says:
I made 3 types for a baby shower: ham, turkey & roasted zucchini. So that people would know which was which, I added a toothpick & dill pickle slice on the ham, grape tomato on the turkey & black olive on the veggie. They looked great & were gone in minutes.
Cathy D says:
Love this recipe as a base. I put less onion powder per my families tastes. Great little sandwiches to make/marinate while I pick up kids from activities. Heat when we get home and dinner is on the table quickly. Leftovers are great for lunchboxes the next day, too!
Natasha M says:
Made these for the first time yesterday for 5 adults... I know the recipe says serves 12, but we ate so many! We had only 6 sandwiches leftover. So good. Wouldn't change anything about this recipe, it came out perfect.
Christal S says:
These sandwiches never last when we make them. If ever there were a sandwich that causes extreme gluttony, this is it....and I never get tired of them.
Christine K says:
Made these for a get together. A huge hit. Messy, but delish!
EDEL L says:
THEY WERE GREAT FOR A PARTY OF 20 EVERYONE ENJOYED THEM
Kathy b says:
Just great soooo easy
Tricia L says:
These are a very easy way to get a big win with guests! Be careful not to get the Sara Lee brand. Have grabbed them by accident. They cannot be sliced and are very sticky1
Kathy A says:
Made the mini ham and cheese sliders. Used a thin slice of cheddar with the swiss. Mayo and mustard on the side. Added garlic powder and parsley to the sauce. Huge hit at the Memorial Day Birthday party! Never had so many compliments. Let them "marinate for 1 hr. before baking. Fantastic recipe!
Sandy S says:
Our son made these sliders for Mother's Day dinner. They were delicious and he said they were very easy to prepare. You can make them ahead and refrigerate. Then just pop them in the oven. Again, they were delicious!
Brad B says:
These are absolutely delicious! Very easy to eat too many! haha
Mary M says:
I made these for New Year's Eve and they were delicious. I didn't have any onion powder so substituted minced onions (dry). This is definitely a go to recipe for our family now!
Juliana W says:
This is my favorite finger food! Made them for a holiday party and doubled the recipe and they were gone in no time! My go to recipe for everything from now on!
maria l says:
A HUGE hit at a holiday party last night! I didn't change a thing. The 24 pack of rolls from Costco or Sams fit perfectly snug in my stone lasagna pan from Pampered Chef.
anne g says:
my go to party dish! bunco, baby showers, birthdays...always a hit
Leigh E says:
I tried this recipe last week; my husband and kids loved it so much that they made me fix it twice more in the same week! The last time I altered the recipe a little by using Hawaiian sandwich buns, and adding a slice of muenster to the mix. EPIC recipe!
Christy H says:
These are amazing! I didn't have dijon so just used regular mustard but was still great. Also I feel like the 1 Tbsp of onion power was too much. It soaked up all the butter, and the mixture was not "pourable" and left a strange grainy texture. Next time I will cut back on that. Overall, these are absolutely amazing!
Jodi C says:
One word. AMAZING!
Kanoe C says:
Made these for my daughter's 1st birthday in September 2013. I have 10 nieces and nephews and had them in mind when making this. WINNER!!! Even amongst the adults, it was a hit. Will be making this for Superbowl too!
Carolyn L says:
These are fabulousI I brought them to our extended family Christmas party last year and everyone went crazy over them! We love a "messy" sandwich! Our motto is "it's not a good sandwich is no good unless it's running down your arm"! I've been requested to bring them again this year!
Christina S says:
We had these at a recent baby shower. Everyone loved them! They were very easy to make and simple to serve.
David F says:
I did tweak this recipe a little; but overall it was great as written.
My "tweaks" were to first, add 1 extra teaspoon of Dijon Mustard to the initial mayonnaise before spreading it over the rolls.
My second “tweak” was to use a diced Vidalia Sweet Yellow Onion in place of the onion powder. I placed the diced onion and butter in a small sauce pan and cooked them for about 8 to 10 minutes – until just golden. Then I stirred in the poppy seeds, Dijon Mustard, Worcestershire sauce; then simmered for 5 to 8 minutes longer.
Resume the recipe at “Step 3” as normal and complete.
THESE ARE DELICIOUS!! They are a favorite on game night at our home.
Kelly O says:
These little sandwiches are delicious! They go great with a bowl of soup and they are simple to make!!