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Thread: Been Enjoying this new and easy sandwich recipe

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    Ellen, sorry the instructions aren't very clear! You cut the dinner rolls in half and put the ham and cheese in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jillnjo
    Ellen, sorry the instructions aren't very clear! You cut the dinner rolls in half and put the ham and cheese in the middle.
    Thank you for that info. Hope to give them a try this summer. My husband does 99.9% of the cooking, so I will wait until he's not home so I only have to "cook" once...haha...while he's gone.

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    yummy, thanks for the recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by jillnjo
    Ham and Cheese Sticky Buns 12 pk dinner rolls: fill with thinly sliced ham and cheese. Put in 9 by 13 cassarole dish. Heat: 1 stick butter,1/3c. brown sugar, 2T. mustard, 2T. Worshestershire sauce, and 1T. poppy seeds. Spoon this sauce over rolls. Cover with foil. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. These are wonderful and not soggy as I thought they might be from reading the recipe. Eat them with a fork, of course! They are even great left-over. They are making their rounds with people we know and getting rave reviews. Be sure to cover while baking.

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    Yumm!! Thanks for sharing, Iím saving this one.

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    thanks for the recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by jillnjo
    Ham and Cheese Sticky Buns 12 pk dinner rolls: fill with thinly sliced ham and cheese. Put in 9 by 13 cassarole dish. Heat: 1 stick butter,1/3c. brown sugar, 2T. mustard, 2T. Worshestershire sauce, and 1T. poppy seeds. Spoon this sauce over rolls. Cover with foil. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. These are wonderful and not soggy as I thought they might be from reading the recipe. Eat them with a fork, of course! They are even great left-over. They are making their rounds with people we know and getting rave reviews. Be sure to cover while baking.

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    Boredom with cooking sets in about now, thanks for reviving me with this recipe.

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    Boy do these sound good I will have to print this one out.
    Thanks :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the recipe. I had these at an "end of the school year" party and couldn't find the recipe :cry: . I this is a great dish to bring to any gathering.

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    This sounds good,easy and something the grandkids would like to make.

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    I will have to give them a try.

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