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ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeDo you have some leftover Easter ham?  You do?  Then you are going to want to make this sandwich.  Right now.  This sandwich is warm, gooey, and pretty much the yummiest ham sandwich I have ever eaten in my life.  Ham, Jarlsberg Cheese, onion and poppy seed spread, on a toasty and warm roll.  The flavor combination is so interesting.  And delicious.  It makes me really happy.  I have recently discovered Jarlsberg Cheese, (they are sending me to Camp Blogaway at the end of the week) and I really have fallen in love with this nutty and sweet cheese.  It melts like a dream and goes so well with so many things.

I hope that you all had a Happy Easter.  We had the best Easter that I can remember.  We went to church the night before, and we all slept in on Easter Sunday.  I made a huge Easter brunch with Cream Cheese Biscuits, strawberry jam, pancakes, sausage, fruit, and it was delicious.  We never even got out of our jammies all day.  It was wonderful.  I hope that your Easter was as nice as ours was.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipe1/4 cup unsalted butter at room temperature
3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1 Tablespoon Worcesterchire Sauce
1 1/2 Tablespoons poppy seeds
1 small grated onion
6 rolls
1 pound ham (thinly sliced)
1/2 pound Jarlsberg Cheese

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeI was so happy to see these Jarlsberg slices in my grocery store.  I am lazy, I really like to buy cheese already sliced or shredded.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeMix together the butter, mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, poppy seeds, and grated onion.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeSlice the rolls in half.  Spread each side with the onion and mustard spread.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeAdd slices of ham.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeAdd a few slices of Jarlsberg.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeTop with the other side of the roll.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeCover the sandwiches with tin foil.  Baked in a preheated 325 degree oven until warmed through and the cheese has melted, about 20 minutes.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipeThis sandwich might be the reason for me to make an Easter ham part of my Easter traditions, instead of staying my jammies all day on Easter.  Just for leftovers sake.

ham and jarlsberg sandwich recipe

This recipe is adapted from Sunset.

Toasted Ham and Jarlsberg Sandwich

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter at room temperature
  • 3 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 1 Tablespoon Worcesterchire Sauce
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoons poppy seeds
  • 1 small grated onion
  • 6 rolls
  • 1 pound ham (thinly sliced)
  • 1/2 pound Jarlsberg Cheese

Instructions

  1. Mix together the butter, mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, poppy seeds, and grated onion.
  2. Slice the rolls in half. Spread each side with the onion and mustard spread.
  3. Add slices of ham.
  4. Add a few slices of Jarlsberg.
  5. Top with the other side of the roll.
  6. Cover the sandwiches with tin foil. Baked in a preheated 325 degree oven until warmed through and the cheese has melted, about 20 minutes.
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26 Responses to Toasted Ham and Jarlsberg Sandwich

  1. pepper says:

    I have been making these sandwiches for years. A real crowd-pleaser!

  2. Anything mini is a win in my book and, honestly, you had me at toasted.

  3. Shelby says:

    Yummy!

  4. leslie says:

    we have these sandwiches every Christmas eve with clam chowder. mmmm. :)

    • bakedbree says:

      Really? I had no idea that these sandwiches were a “thing”. I have gotten a lot of comments about them being a family recipe.

  5. a ten-year vegetarian, those photos make a ham sandwich look darn dreamy.

  6. All that gooey cheese looks delish. Great sandwich.

  7. Jasmine says:

    Yummy! Those lil sandwiches look so good :( I’m hungry! Think i’ll make them for the kids today after school! We’ve got plenty of ham leftover! Got any ideas for the leftover beets? =/

  8. Barbara says:

    My mother used to make something similar. The kids called them “Grandma’s Sandwiches”. They freeze like a dream. She wrapped them in foil, froze them and then popped them in the oven. A great sandwich to have in the freezer for company.

  9. Brenna says:

    Made these last night for dinner with the leftover Easter ham. They were great! Thanks.

  10. Can’t decide if I like your photos, recipes or words better, but you are a blogging idol of mine! I’ve made a version of these for years and since I hosted Easter too, I’m going to try your version for Saturday lunch this week.

  11. What a lovely way to make the most of that Easter ham! It’s also nice that you’ve created something like a grilled cheese sandwich (with the melted, delicious Jarlsberg), but in a healthier way, by baking, rather than frying on a griddle. Seems like these are a crowd pleaser as well as being easy to make. Thanks for including the Jarlsberg and have a fantastic time at Camp Blogaway!

  12. Stephanie P says:

    I made these this weekend. They were a great quick dinner for a long day spent at the beach! I actually served leftover sweet corn pasta with it too! I’m becoming quite obsessed with your recipes! :)

  13. Natasha says:

    I am making these STAT!

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