take my word for wednesday.. these spicy ham and swiss sliders are delish!!

the week of christmas my niece planned a breakfast/brunch for my husbands crew of guys.. {jessie works for uncle pete} so i wanted to send something easy, hand held and hearty enough to feed 50 guys.. these were perfect, they've been making their way around the blogasphere and i figured it was about time i made them {i changed mine up a bit and made mine "spicy" just cause i like to be a little different..} :) .. she also had biscuits and gravy and scrambled eggs.. they went off to work with full belly's and smiles on their faces..

spicy ham and swiss sliders

prep time: 15 minutes
coking time: 10-12 minutes
servings: 6 {i obviously made a much larger batch}



12 Hawaiian rolls, slit
swiss {cut in half}
spicy honey mustard {i made them again and used straight up habanero mustard.. yummy}


5 tblsp. butter
1 tblsp. brown sugar
2 tsp. dijon mustard
2 tsp. worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. sriracha {more if you like a little more heat}
1/2 tsp. poppy seeds


pre heat oven to 350 degrees {f}.. line a rimmed baking sheet with foil.. assemble the sandwiches.. i split the roll, smearing the spicy honey mustard on one side then added a few slices of ham {stealing a few slices of ham it was so good} then added a slice of cheese and then cover with the roll and add to the baking sheet.. in a small pot over medium heat melt butter then add the brown sugar, dijon mustard, worcestershire sauce and sriracha.. once melted and combined remove from heat and add poppy seeds and stir to mix well.. then brush/drizzle the buttery sauce of the sandwiches.. bake in the oven for approx. 10-12 minutes or until cheese is melted {you don't want the buns getting to crunchy/crispy}.. remove from oven and serve.. i made them the night before and pete left for work around 2:00 a.m...  he said room temperature they were just fine..

enjoy and get cook'n!!


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