I'm sharing a recipe from Oma today. She was making these ham and cheese sliders while I was over awhile back and I couldn't help grabbing my camera and capturing the process because they are so, so, SO good and so surprisingly simple!
Did you know that some of our most-pinned posts on Someday I'll Learn are from Nate's mom? You all clearly dig her cheeseburger pie and easy spaghetti sauce recipe. I'm not surprised – they're freaking fantastic! I feel blessed to have Oma as an incredible learning resource for scratch cooking and making food for a crowd. Neither of those are things I had to do much of as a kid, since it was just me and my sister.
I'm still not one to throw big parties or host a ton of people, but the fact is that I have a big family now. Four boys go through a lot of food. So cooking in bulk comes with the territory.
Party time! This easy ham and cheese slider recipe can feed 12, 25 or even 100 people.Click To Tweet
- One package deli ham
- One 12-pack of Hawaiian rolls
- Six slices Swiss cheese
- 1/4 cup horseradish
- 1 Tbsp Dijon mustard
- 1/4 cup butter melted
- 1 Tbsp onion powder
- 1/4 tsp Worcestershire sauce
Cut rolls in half and spread bottom half with horseradish.
Lay Swiss cheese on top of horseradish and then layer ham on top of cheese.
Replace top half of the rolls on the layered ham and cheese, and place in a large baking dish.
Whisk together mustard, butter, onion powder and Worcestershire sauce and drizzle over rolls.
Cover with foil and let sit for fifteen minutes.
Bake at 350 degrees for 8 minutes, remove foil and cook for another 2 minutes until browned. Serve.
This ham and cheese slider recipe makes 12 rolls, so Oma tripled it when we had a bunch of people over for Thanksgiving.
We find ourselves doubling, tripling and quadrupling recipes pretty often.
If you're heading to a potluck, you could totally make these ham and cheese sliders ahead of time. Line the baking dish with a couple layers of foil to contain any sauce that spills over. After cooking, let it cool for a bit and then gently lift the foil with the ham and cheese sliders out and wrap the whole thing in foil again to make a little pouch. When you get to where you're going, pop the whole thing in the oven for a few more minutes to heat it back up and then unwrap. Voila! Ham and cheese sliders ready to feed a monster crew.
If you used a different meat on these ham and cheese sliders, what would it be? What's your fave sandwich and how might you translate it to a bulk recipe?