Friday, December 25, 2009

Krystal Sandwiches

1 tray of Pepperidge Farms dinner rolls
French's mustard
2 chopped onions
1 pound deli ham sliced (but not paper thin)
1 pound deli roast beeft (but not paper thin)
1 jar hamburger dill pickles
1 package of sliced Colby-Jack (co-jack) cheese

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slice in half length-wise 1 tray of dinner rolls. Using an electric knife makes this quicker. Separate top half from bottom half of dinner rolls and spread out for ease. Spread both sides with French's mustard. Layer bottom half of rolls with ham then roast beef. Then sprinkle chopped onion liberally over deli meat. Cover onions with cheese. Finish by placing one dill pickle per roll.

Top with roll tops. Wrap in aluminum foil, and bake in 13x9 glass baking dish or on cookie sheet. Bake until warmed through and cheese has melted.

Slice so each roll is separated and serve - electric knife is handy here too.

You can prepare ahead and freeze. Remove from freezer and allow to thaw some before heating. Then proceed per recipe.

-- Only in the south would so many people go to so much trouble to make these little sandwiches that taste like Krystal hamburgers. If you like this one, you're gonna love the Wal-Mart mac and cheese.

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