A Quick Mass-Produced Dinner starring: Funeral Sandwiches

You know those days when a meal is so fantastic that you scarf it so fast, you don’t even remember to take a picture of the finished product? Oh ya, so that happened last week. I made a scrumptious meal and took step by step pictures but we ate them so quickly, I didn’t even get a finished product picture. Yikes!!!

I needed a quick meal for the guys at home.  I found this recipe a couple of years back and it has basic, great flavor that appeals especially to plain eaters. I mean who doesn’t like ham, cheese and Hawaiian rolls? Anyways, you can make one cookie sheet worth (about 24 mini sandwiches) or two cookie sheets worth for a bigger family. They only cook in the oven for about 12 minutes, therefore this is most definitely a quick mass-produced meal.

Sorry to be awkward but…for a finished product picture, please see the recipe!


Without further adue, here is the recipe:

FUNERAL SANDWICHES  http://www.the-girl-who-ate-everything.com/2010/04/ham-and-cheese-sliders.html

Here are all my ingredients lined up. (Minus the poppy seeds because the Missing Ingredient Dragon reared its ugly head again.)


Here is the tray I used and how I sliced the sliced cheese in half.


This is the melted butter goodness just before painting it on the rolls. At this step, you can actually add about 1/2 a cup brown sugar or about 1/4 cup of poppy seeds with the butter for even more flavor.


It took me maybe five minutes to assemble the sandwiches. I sliced each roll in half.  I spread just a little mayo and each roll and even just mustard on a few to accommodate someone who doesn’t like mayo. Place one to two pieces of ham (or you could use turkey) and a slice of the swiss cheese I prepared earlier on each roll.


Then you simply pop them in the oven for about 12 minutes and they come out perfectly ooey-gooey. I served four person to start with. I paired the sandwiches with chips and dip and called it a meal!

Let me know how this recipe works out for you!!!

Kylie Madole1


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