Today we’re making sandwiches. Really simple sandwiches.
Why are we making sandwiches, you ask? Because it’s pouring rain outside and Joy doesn’t feel like going to the grocery store to get the two ingredients she forgot to get yesterday when she was grocery shopping in order to make something cooler. It’s okay. We’re going to survive. We’ll make something cool tomorrow.
These are good sandwiches though. I promise. Here, I’ll walk you through how to make them, step by step. The bread you use is the most important part for making these things. You’re going to want to buy sweet rolls. I used King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls. The “sweet” part is the key. Without sweet, you’re just eating regular ol’ bread, which don’t get me wrong. I love me some bread. But if we’re going to make simple sandwiches, we’re going to have to add some sort of zing to it. The sweetness is our zing. Got it?
Next, you’re going to want to cut each roll in half, smother it with mayo, or honey mustard, or…I don’t know…peanut butter? Some sort of dressing that you like. I chose mayo because we didn’t have any honey mustard and I’m not the biggest fan of peanut butter lately. Once you get that on, put some sort of meat on it. Again, I chose honey ham. I love honey ham. And I’m gonna guess that you do too, so go ahead and put some honey ham on there.
To finish the sandwich, put cheese on it. You can go simple and just put american Kraft cheese on it, or you can switch things up and try provolone. I made two variations because I wasn’t sure how these would turn out. Next, you pop them in the oven (preheated at 350 degrees F.) for 7-10 minutes.
The results will be a slightly toasted roll with melty cheese and warm meat inside. In other words, amazing.
Make sure you eat it all up before someone else walks into the room and asks if you made them any.
Afterwards, tend to your dog who’s been stuck inside all day due to the rain and is crying out for attention.