Here’s a good recipe to take to a potluck, and if there are any leftovers you can have them for lunch the next day. Don’t count on it, though. These are so good odds are you’ll be stuck with PB&J! I hadn’t had these in forever and then ran across several variations on the recipe over the course of a few days and decided I just had to make them. Make these up the day before you need them and let them sit overnight in the fridge for the best flavor.
1 large pkg Hawaiian rolls ( think it’s 24 count)
1 lg pkg thin-sliced ham
1 pkg sliced swiss cheese
2 sticks butter, melted (I wasn’t kidding about “buttery bad”)
1 tsp ground mustard
4 tsp onion flakes
2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp poppy seeds (I left these out, my youngest won’t eat them)
Slice rolls in half horizontally (use a big knife and slice them all at once – don’t make this difficult). Layer ham, then swiss, then top with roll tops, then pour mixture of butter and other ingredients over the top. You can actually do all this in the cardboard box the rolls come in, then stick it all right back in its plastic bag in the fridge. When you want to serve them bake at 350 for 15 minutes.