Caramelized Ham & Swiss Buns
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 30 min.
Sorry, TOH, but these were not very good. I love horseradish, but it does not belong in these sliders! The brown sugar also does not belong with horseradish.
This recipe was so good. The sauce that you pour over the sandwiches is amazing. I had to tweak it a little bit for picky people in my house - didn't use horshradish and substituted spicy brown mustard and used dijon. This was delicious! I was in a crunch for time to make these so I put them in at 350 for 20 minutes. They were perfect!!! Definitely would make these for a family get-together.
Crazy good. Double the recipe so you have lots though!
Family enjoys these tasty sandwiches! Only change for us it to use less Horseradish. it was a little too strong for our taste. We use this when the family come often.
The horseradish was not a great compliment to these sandwiches. At all !! All the 5 star ratings fooled me. The horseradish taste like how it sound. It has a very strong taste and is spicy. I would make this again with all the other ingredients. I highly recommend finding an alternative to the horseradish.
YUM! I made these on a whim for my husband and myself. I like that you can't mess this up and soooo tasty. My husband preferred his hot and would nuke his for about 30 seconds on high. Good hot or cold. I used a large serrated knife to cut through and had no problems.
My girls rated this recipe the best! I have made many versions of these over the past year and my daughter said these were the best she's had yet. I followed Gail's suggestions (review from April 8, 2020) and broke the buns apart and topped each one with Ham and Cheese. It was a little more time consuming but well worth it. This one's going in the Recipe Box:)
My family loves these! I always make a double batch for parties and potlucks. One batch just as the recipe says. The other batch I skip the horseradish and put a tiny smear of apricot, peach or marmalade jam on the bottom bun. Leave out the onion in the butter sauce topper and use sesame seeds to differentiate between the two versions. Both are huge hits! Be sure to cut the ham and cheese to "roll size" before you put them together as it mskes them so much easier to cut for serving after they're baked. Some vidros on the internet call for jyst laying large whole slices of ham overlapping on the bottom buns. But then there's a huge mess when you try to cut them apart after baking. Avoid it by having the ham and cheese fit on the individual buns to start with!
I made these for the 1st time a couple weeks ago. I didn’t have any poppyseeds so left those out and I couldn’t find any horseradish “spread” at my local grocery store so I used just the tiniest pinch of regular prepared horseradish on the bottom of each bun. I also could only let them sit in the fridge for about an hour before we needed to eat lunch that day. My teenage daughter who is THE pickiest eater on planet Earth loved them. Tomorrow night I am making a double batch of the sauce and pouring it over baked chicken breasts for a quick and easy dinner. I’m also planning on making the sauce and pouring it over plain Hawaiian rolls and baking them at Easter for a quick and easy and DIFFERENT side for Easter dinner! The sauce is the Boss lol! Soooooo tasty!
This are always a hit! I just skip the horseradish.