With Labor Day right around the corner and everybody
getting back to their routine, we thought we'd whip
up a one-pan dish that is as perfect for the holiday,
or a quick weeknight dinner.
I'm talking about sliders, but not just any sliders.
Let me show you what sets these apart.
We start by sauting some chopped onion in a bit of
butter until they're tender.
Once they are, we add some Dijon mustard, Worcestershire
sauce and a few poppy seeds.
Now, after cutting a package of Hawaiian rolls in
half, we place the bottom part in a baking dish and
spoon some of the onion mixture onto it.
On top of that, goes some thinly sliced deli ham and
some Swiss cheese.
Okay, the top half goes back on and we'll sprinkle
it with the rest of the onion mixture.
Right before it's time to serve, cover tightly with
foil and bake it off until the cheese is melted and
everything is warmed through.
Then all you have to do is cut it into sliders.
Let me assure you, these are the most flavor packed
and cutest sliders you've ever had.
I really think the best part is that we can make these
ahead of time and just warm 'em up at the last minute.
The recipe for our Baked Ham & Swiss Sliders, is online
now just in time to impress your family and friends
this weekend - or any night of the week with a dish
that is huge on taste and small on work.
I'm Howard in the Mr.
Food Test Kitchen, where today we're looking for a
simpler way for you to say OOH IT'S SO GOOD