I haven't been this excited about anything in quite some time -
FREEZER sandwiches!!! This is such a phenomenal idea, a sandwich for the freezer to be pulled out at your convenience and eaten when you just can't get it together and cook something. You better believe I'm making tons of these before mid January when my 2nd child is due.
This recipe comes from Robert St. John's cook book Deep South Staples. I've had these little sandwiches in pick-up form made on rolls and served at parties but I've never thought about making them for a rainy day. I'm seriously PUMPED!
My modifications to the recipe:
1/2 tablespoon horseradish instead of 3. If you love horseradish - go for 3, otherwise cut back or leave out all together if you don't care for horseradish at all.
Slather both sides of your buns in butter poppy seed mixture and then pile on ham and cheese.
Wrap tightly in individual foil pieces. I threw mine back in the hamburger bun bag.
Put away for a rainy day! When ready to serve heat in oven at 400 degrees for 30 to 45 minutes. How perfect would these be with a side of tomato soup!
This really is the best thing since sliced bread.