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    Called "Funeral Sandwiches" they are a North Carolina specialty, you won't believe how good these are!

    Funeral Rolls are simply the best sandwich and so easy to make. My husband loves this appetizer!

    The name is terrible but these would be great for feeding a large crowd. Eating It Up: Funeral Sandwiches

    Funeral Sandwiches: Oh how my mouth waters when I think about these ham and cheese sliders! It's all about the sauce!!!

    The Best Ham Sandwiches Ever from Food.com: This recipe was given to me by my mom and I made them the first time for a football party. Everyone liked them so much that I ended up making more that day. Now they are what I have to take everywhere. They are wonderful, easy to make, and are loved by everyone. You can't go wrong!

    “Funeral Sandwiches” recipe ~ perfect dish for a party... Everyone will want the recipe! Mix and Match your favorite deli meats and cheeses to truly personalize it and make it your own.

    Funeral Sandwiches Recipe 1 pkg of dinner rolls (Kings Hawaiian) ½ - 1 lb deli sliced ham ½ lb thinly sliced swiss cheese ½ C melted butter 2 T brown sugar 2 T Worcestershire sauce 2 T mustard (spicy mustard) 1 tsp onion powder Poppy Seeds

    Crack Sandwiches (super bowl food!)

    Hawaiian Ham Sandwich

    The Best Ham Sandwiches Ever Recipe. Made on Hawaiian rolls, covered with butter and seasoning. Delicious!

    Forgotten Chicken...pop this easy 5-ingredient, 5-minute prep dish into the oven before church; come home to a wonderful Sunday chicken meal!

    Funeral Sandwiches: Nothing To Mourn About Here!

    Chicken Salad ~ ♥ this recipe. The ingredient combo is killer. So easy to put together and tastes wonderful in a sandwich, hollowed out tomato, or as a salad.

    Grape Salad. "OMG, I had a friend bring this to a BBQ. I made her leave the rest and ate on it for like a week!!!! Seriously AMAZING" said pinner. I have made this myself -it is so worth making!!!

    Another pinner said: These sandwiches are incredible!...They really were! I didn't have croissants but that woudl be even better. Cheese sauce was great too. The kids ate all of it. I loved it. The hubs loved it. making these again!

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Brush both side of potato slices with butter; place them on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake in the oven for 30 to 40 minutes or until lightly browned on both sides, turning once. When potatoes are ready, top with bacon and cheese and continue baking until the cheese has melted.

    I made these last weekend and they were great! Rick and my Dad loved them. I didn't have poppyseeds so I omitted them. Great for potlucks or bbqs. Hawaiian Sweet Roll Ham Sandwich Sliders on BigOven: Delicious little warm ham sandwich sliders... Perfect for tailgating or parties!