I’m not really certain of the proper name this recipe. That’s why it was given a bit of a generic name.
What you’ll need:
(1) 12 pack of Kings Hawaiian sweet bread
1/2 of low salt Ham (shaved)
6 slices of Swiss Cheese
1/3 cup of Mustard
1 tablespoon of vermouth
1 teaspoon of poppy seeds
For the Misenplace
Peel 1 onion, then mince the onion using a manual chopper or food processor.
For the recipe:
In a saute pan, heat 1/4 cup of butter. When the butter is melted, add in the minced onions and cook until the onions become translucent and tender.
While waiting for the onions to cook, take your package of King’s and open it.
Take the rolls out of the package carefully, and cut the whole thing in half, lengthwise
Now, Add the 1 tablespoon of vermouth, the 1/3 cup of mustard small pinches f salt and pepper and the 1 teaspoon of poppy seeds into the onions and cook until heated through.
Place the bottom half of the sweet buns into a foil lined baking dish, then evenly spread the onion/mustard mixture on the bottom halves, leaving about 1/8 of the mixture in reserve for the tops.
Next layer will be the shaved ham, remember to spread the ham to the edges. That is important, because the edges are still parts of someone’s sandwiches. You don’t want to be the sad person to get only a couple of pieces of ham.
Now, the next layer will be swiss cheese, again, make sure you have the maximum coverage of cheese to edge ratio.
Place the tops of the rolls over the swiss cheese. Spread the rest of the Onion/mustard mixture over the top. Cover with Foil and bake in an 350* oven for about 20 minutes.
After the time is up, remove the sandwiches from the oven and carefully remove the foil from the top. While the sandwiches are still hot, run a sharp knife along the lines of the rolls to loosen them up then carefully pull apart the sandwiches.
Please allow me to plead with you a bit. If you read this blog, and have never tried any of the recipes posted here, that’s quite okay with me. But, please, please try these sandwiches. Whoever you serve them to will idolize you, hell they might even throw you a parade in your honor. I’m serious, they are really that good.
Just a quick legal sort of thingy, the idea of this recipe came from here: