Sometimes people call these little sandwiches sliders but I don't know why. Maybe they slide down your throat? Whatever. I don't go to a lot of parties. I got the recipe from Laquita at church. Everything she cooks is good and I steal her recipes all the time. It's so bad that her recipes are about all I have for church suppers-It's so bad that I have to ask her what she's taking to the monthly church potluck to keep from duplicating one of her dishes.
These are tasty. They're small and easy to handle. They're about the equivalent to a half or a quarter of a "real" sandwich. And they're easy to make ahead of time.
2 sticks butter, melted
1 Tablespoon garlic powder
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 teaspoon poppy seeds
You can mix this ahead anytime you want and even leave it in the refrigerator to have whenever you want it.
Take a package of rolls-- I use the sweet Hawaiian rolls. They are baked in such a way that each roll is connected to all the others. I take a serrated knife and slice horizontally through the whole "loaf" of individual rolls; it makes it easy to spread the butter on the whole thing this way.
spread each roll on the bottom with the butter. Put ham and swiss cheese or whatever kind of filling you want. Spread more butter mixture on top.
Heat at 350 degrees until the cheese melts. Serves either hot or cold.