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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

@jannabelle1 

 

I just wanted to add that I squeezed the rolls very tightly into a pan so none of the sauce would seep out and I spread it on top of the rolls with a spatula so that every one was covered before I put in the fridge.  

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

I made these sandwiches for dinner and they were delicious. My hubby was wondering how good could it be, but he loved them and wants me to make them again. Thanks for the recipe, it is a keeper. 

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Here's a pic I grabbed off the website.  I always like to see what the product looks like.

 

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES


@miata1 wrote:

I made these sandwiches for dinner and they were delicious. My hubby was wondering how good could it be, but he loved them and wants me to make them again. Thanks for the recipe, it is a keeper. 


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I am so glad you liked them and thanks for taking the time to let me know.  

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

we make these all the time and switch out the ham for turkey or chicken sometimes. we call them hawaiian sliders. try swapping out sesame seeds for the poppy seeds on top. they are always a big hit and so simple to make. bet you could make them vegetarian also.

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

I think a Ruben would also be good (Swiss and pastrami with kraut). I am going to make these for our next church potluck

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

Just had to let you know that I made these for dinner the second time tonight and they tasted even better.  Don't know that I did anything different but they taste so good. Thanks again. Its fun to try new recipes.  We get tired having chicken all the time.

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

Thank you for posting thie recipe! Made tomato soup the other day and had these on the side; EVERYONE loved them.  Adding it to my box.  )

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

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Glad you enjoyed them.  That is how I served them with soup.  

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Re: LUCY'S STICKY HAM SANDWICHES

@DiAnne I find a recipe and and make my own. Sometimes it's amazing how good a tweek can be. And alot of the cook shows say use what evers on hand. That is a good idea to me because I might not like certain ingredients suggest in their recipe and that way I haven't wasted money. I like to get extra sauses when I go to get a sandwich, and that saves me on a senior budget. My husband and I have mostly different tastes.