Sunday, June 29, 2008

Bunco Buns

One of my favorite little party foods is something my mom calls "Bunco Buns" or you could call them "Party Sandwiches" or just about anything you want to call them but they are so yummy!

You need:
1 pkg 24 party rolls (or I used 2 pkgs of 12 dinner rolls)
1/2 stick butter, melted
4 tablespoons poppy seeds
4 tablespoons mustard
4 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
Sliced ham
Swiss cheese

In a bowl - mix together the butter, poppy seeds, mustard and Worcestershire sauce.
Spread sauce on both sides of rolls and put a piece of ham and cheese on each
Cover and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until cheese melts. Best if served warm!!!!

20 comments:

Stefanie said...

Hi there! I just found your blog the other day and I love your recipes! I'll have to try this one the next time my bunco group gets together!

Sandra said...

These look yummy.

Sheree said...

My brother has made these before and they are great, Ive never had the recipe, but I do now. Thanks for posting.

A Hint of Home said...

I've enjoyed looking at your blog today and all your yummy recipes!
For the Cha Cha Chicken salad do you drain the pineapples? I just wanted to be sure before I try it. Sounds wonderful.

Michelle said...

Do you just cover these with foil when you cook them?
They sound great and I have company coming this weekend and this is the perfect snack.

Leah said...

I just have to tell you that Evan LOVES these. He always asks me to make "Little Krystals" for him.

Have you ever had those Chicken Crossaints (basically like Chicken Salad baked in a crescent roll)? He calls those "hot pockets"! HA!

Christy said...

These are my favorite little sandwiches of all time!! I used to make them all the time but I haven't made them in awhile..guess it's time..I can taste them now!

Deni said...

I just came across this blog, and now I want spinich dip!!! :)
I'm buying the ingredients to this on todays grocery store trip. Thanks for posting it!

Laura said...

Oh, I love these! I've never heard the name Bunco Buns before; we always called them Ham & Swiss Rolls. How boring is that?! :)
They are yummy though!!!

Heather said...

Having these for lunch today, yum!!!

Maddy said...

I have been following your main blog but found this one tonight. I make many of the things you have listed but can't wait to try the Poppy Seed Chicken!

As for Bunco Buns, I make the exact same recipe but I use King's Hawaiian rolls..they are a little sweet and it makes these sandwiches even better! I plan on taking them to a Super Bowl Party this weekend (by request) and I'll think of you and yours when I make them!
Maddy

Katie said...

I've been wanting to make these ever since I saw them on here a while back ago. I'm making them for a potluck tomorrow at church. YUM, Kelly! I can't stay out of them! I had to make myself stop a vicious cycle of "make one, eat one, make one, eat one..."

Caleb and Ace said...

I have been making these for years and they are always a HUGE hit! I make them with the little Hawaiian rolls and they are so good! They add a little "sweetness"

dylan said...

We have always called them "Ham-Os" and they are a staple for family get togethers!! Yummmmmy!!

The Family Lewis said...

I made these this weekend, but I used the Hawaiian Rolls! Yummy! :) Thanks for all of the amazing recipes!

Journey to Mia Lynn: said...

Yep! We did a church cookbook & this recipe is in it. We too use the Kings Hawaiian Rolls & they are SOOOO yummy! I have made them several times & they are a hit always! Only complaint...usually they are all gone before I get one! :o)

Raina said...

Heidy ho! I made these for a potluck at work the other day and they were a huge hit. Didn't have a chance to warm them up, but they were still tasty.

KCsMomma said...

I'm making these Bunco buns this friday for my group!! I can not wait!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

Vonda Axe said...

Making this tomorrow for Thanksgiving at my Mom's. Yummy!!

Cheryl said...

I LOVE your blog and if you don't post everyday I get deflated. I'm old enough to be you mom but I love reading of what's happening with the babies. and OH!!!! those recipes are TERRIFIC