"Cram it up your cramhole, La Fleur!"
|A baked ham sandwich with salt & vinegar chips|
No one in my house likes mustard, but I wanted to stick with the recipe as much as possible and I figured it would be fine since it was in a sauce. However, I didn't use poppy seeds because I couldn't find them at Kroger and they seemed like "extra," anyway. As for the meats, I made some with turkey and some with ham and I just used Kraft singles, halved.
Word of advice—if you try this, assemble your sandwiches first, as instructed. I started the sauce and then began sandwich assembly, but the sauce is ready so fast that I felt rushed and I kept having to stir it.
I baked these for twenty minutes and it was just right. They were lightly crisp and brown, and the cheese was all melty and warm. Yum.
The verdict? They were pretty good. We all found the sauce to be a bit too sweet for our tastes, so I'm thinking of experimenting with bbq sauce next time and maybe leaving out the brown sugar. I'm open to suggestions. I like this recipe because I think there's room for tinkering and getting creative, so I'll definitely make it again. That, and the leftovers have made and excellent lunch for me for two days. I think these would be good with mushrooms instead of meat and maybe an onion sauce of some kind. Let me know if you make these and what ingredients you use.