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Kings Hawaiian Ham and Mozzarella Rolls

This recipe is on top of my list of favorite party meals.  Kings Hawaiian Ham and mozzarella Rolls.  I made this for Bunco night a couple of months ago and it was a hit.  My boys also love these and they claim to hate onions.

Ingredients = 2 dozen rolls

Kings Hawaiian Sweet Rolls – 2 packages (24  rolls)

Mozzarella Cheese Slices – 12 slices

Deli Ham – 1 lb.

Stick Butter  – 1

Poppy Seeds – 4 teaspoons

Dijon Mustard – 3 tablespoons

Worcestershire Sauce – 3 teaspoons

Minced Onion – 1

On medium-high heat melt 1 stick butter with minced onion.  Saute until onions start to become opaque.

Add in Worcestershire, dijon mustard and poppy seeds mix together.

Let saute for 2-3 minutes.

Foil a cookie sheet and spray with PAM.

Take rolls and separate in half.

Spread half of the sauce onto the rolls.

Generously layer ham.

layer on mozzarella cheese.

Place the top of the rolls over.


Use the remaining sauce to top the rolls.

Place in a 350° oven for 20 minutes and serve.  I prepare these hours in advance and place in the fridge until guests arrive then pop in the oven for deliciously warm  rolls.

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