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    Baked Ham Sandwiches

    1/3 c. softened butter
    1/2 c. minced onion
    1/3 c. mustard (of your choice!)
    8 hamburger buns, split
    16 slices thin, sliced deli ham
    8 slices Swiss cheese (or your choice!)

    Combine butter, onion, and mustard and spread 1 tbsp. over both bun halves. Layer ham and cheese over bottom halves. Replace tops. Wrap each in foil. Bake at 350 for 6-10 minutes or until cheese melts. You may also freeze these tightly wrapped for up to 2 months. To use frozen sandwiches bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes.

    Nice to have for an unexpected guest!

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    a slice of tomato puts this on another level delicious either way

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    Absolutely! Yes! But remember this sandwich is baked. You will need to add the tomato after it has baked. A luscious addition.

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    Bake the tomato along with the sandwich....on the side....

    Oh my, oh yum...!!!

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    Oh yeah! Even better! .................

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    About time for these again... will be very nice when the chill starts hitting this fall.

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    Taste good even without tomato.

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    I make these for New Years using leftover Christmas ham and Hawaiian rolls, split. There's Reuben version using deli corned beef, sauerkraut (drained and squeezed dry) and Thousand Island dressing, then brushed wih the same butter mixture and baked.

    **My first post here!**

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    Welcome aboard, it's nice to hear some new voices around here! Reuben has always been one of my favorite sandwiches--and to think I'd never even tasted one until I was a fully grown adult.....augh, all those lost Reubens!!!

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