They may not look like much – two little sandwiches on a 10 year old plate, but they taste divine and if you make them, I promise your tastebuds will thank me. I recently made these for our monthly Church Fellowship (two huge pans) and wouldn’t you know it? Not one was left. Everyone commented on how delicious they were and wanted the recipe. What’s so special about them? I can’t really figure that one out myself. You decide – here’s the recipe for you to try, if you are so inclined:
Buttery Sandwich Rolls
~1 lb thinly sliced deli meat (I used turkey, ham and roast beef)
~12 thin slices of medium cheddar cheese (or provolone – something mild)
~1 pkg Hawaiian rolls
~1 stick real salted butter
~1 T garlic powder (or more to taste – we use more)
~1 t poppy seeds
Preheat oven to 250 degrees.
Slice Hawaiian rolls in half and place slice of cheese and slice of meat on each one and arrange in a 13 x 9 pan. In a small bowl, melt butter in microwave and then add garlic and mix. Using a pastry brush, liberally apply the butter mixture over the top of the buns. Sprinkle poppy seeds over buns and then re-apply butter mixture. Bake, uncovered 10-15 minutes, or until cheese is thoroughly melted.
Try not to eat them all. It’s preposterously difficult. You’ll see.
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