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ham hawaiian sliders

ham hawaiian sliders

ham hawaiian sliders

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Ham is pork from a leg cut that has been preserved by wet or dry curing, with or without smoking.[1] As a processed meat, the term “ham” includes both whole cuts of meat and ones that have been mechanically formed.

Ham is made around the world, including a number of regional specialties, such as Westphalian ham and some varieties of Spanish jamón. In addition, numerous ham products have specific geographical naming protection, such as prosciutto di Parma in Europe, and Smithfield ham in the US.


The preserving of pork leg as ham has a long history, with traces of production of cured ham among the Etruscan civilization known in the 6th and 5th century BC.[2]

Cato the Elder wrote about the “salting of hams” in his De Agri Cultura tome around 160 BC.[3]

There are claims that the Chinese were the first people to mention the production of cured ham.[4] Larousse Gastronomique claims an origin from Gaul.[5] It was certainly well established by the Roman period, as evidenced by an import trade from Gaul mentioned by Marcus Terentius Varro in his writings.[4]

The modern word “ham” is derived from the Old English ham or hom meaning the hollow or bend of the knee, from a Germanic base where it meant “crooked”. It began to refer to the cut of pork derived from the hind leg of a pig around the 15th century.[6]

Because of the preservation process, ham is a compound foodstuff or ingredient, being made up of the original meat, as well as the remnants of the preserving agent(s), such as salt, but it is still recognised as a food in its own right.[7]

Ham and Cheese Sliders

These hot Ham and Cheese Sliders come together in a snap and are easy to make for the big game! Serve them up alongside your favorite game day snacks for a buffet that everyone will love.

ham hawaiian sliders
ham hawaiian sliders

Ham and cheese sliders are so easy to make:

  • Slice Hawaiian rolls in half
  • Layer with ham and cheese
  • Brush with mustard and herb butter
  • Cover with foil and bake

For these Hawaiian roll ham sliders, you’ll need the following:

  • Hawaiian sweet rolls
  • Deli ham
  • Swiss cheese
  • Unsalted butter
  • Dijon mustard
  • Poppy seeds
  • Dried minced onion
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • Salt and pepper


  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Line a 9×9-inch or 9×13-inch pan with aluminum foil, spray with cooking spray; set aside.
  2. Using a large serrated knife, slice the rolls in half so you have a ‘slab’ of tops and a ‘slab’ of bottoms; don’t pull the rolls apart and slice individually because you want to keep them connected.
  3. Place the bottom ‘slab’ of rolls in prepared pan.
  4. Evenly layer about half of the ham over the rolls.
  5. Evenly layer the cheese.
  6. Evenly layer the remaining ham.
  7. Add the top ‘slab’ of rolls; set aside.
  8. To a medium microwave-safe bowl, add the butter and heat on high power to melt, about 1 minute.
  9. Add the mustard, poppy seeds, onion, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, and whisk to combine.
  10. Evenly and slowly pour the butter mixture over the rolls. Use a spatula to spread the mixture over the tops. Some of the mixture will pool at the base of the rolls.
  11. Cover with aluminum foil and allow rolls to stand at room temp for about 5 to 10 minutes.
  12. Bake covered for about 20 minutes or until cheese has melted.
  13. Uncover and cook for about 3 to 5 minutes, or until as done as desired. Baking time will vary based on the size of pan used, climate and oven variances, etc. Bake until as done as desired; watch to make sure they don’t burn since all ovens and ingredients vary.
  14. Slice into individual sliders and serve immediately. Sliders are best warm and fresh.

Tips for the Best Hawaiian Roll Sliders

  • When making baked ham and cheese sliders, you need to use Hawaiian rolls. Period, no discussion. They’re slightly sweet, which pairs perfectly with the salty ham and cheese!
  • If you have leftover Christmas or Easter ham, this sliders recipe is a wonderful way to use it up.
  • If making the hot ham and cheese sliders in advance, wait to brush on the butter mixture until you’re ready to bake them off. Otherwise the rolls will become soggy.

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