These Hawaiian rolls are very simple to make having only a few ingredients. I made these a couple weeks ago when I went home to visit my family during fall break. I told my family about this blog and they wanted to see if I could actually make something. Overall, they were pleasantly surprised with how well it turned out.
When I go home I usually try to create something to eat. I am by no means a chef, but when I go home it’s nice to eat a home cooked meal. Typically when I am off at school I will eat from restaurants way too often. So being home and eating a home cooked meal is a nice change up.
To make these rolls all you need is Hawaiian rolls, ham, and Swiss cheese. The sauce on top includes Worcestershire sauce, minced onions, poppy seed, mustard and a whole stick of butter. To make it into a liquid state you need to put all of that into the microwave until it all melts and has a low viscosity. The sauce is what really makes these sliders, it is the key ingredient to what makes them successful. Put all the sliders onto a tray and put them in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until bread starts to brown and cheese starts to melt. I like to put foil on top of mine to prevent the bread from getting too cooked. As you may be able to tell from the picture, these turned out to be phenomenal. If you want something that is quick and easy, and to-go, I would try these out!