Ham Buns

Excellent, mouth-watering Ham Buns are always a hit!! I like to take these cheesy, meat-filled snacks to my husband at work to surprise him and his coworkers.




24 Rhodes frozen dinner rolls 2 lb bacon 1 package diced ham (or cut up ham yourself) 1 diced onion 1 can corn (frozen bag or fresh) Grated Parmesan cheese 1 lb cubed Swiss cheese Salt and Pepper 1 egg beaten Baking dish Dish of hot water Kitchen scissors Large skillet Cutting board for onion + Swiss Muffin pan

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Dough Prep (Bag of 36) Use 24 Rhodes frozen white dinner roll dough balls Cooking spray Baking dish Dish of boiling water Spray baking dish and arrange frozen balls side by side in dish. Turn oven on 200. Once heated, TURN OVEN OFF. Microwave dish of water till hot / boiling. Place dish of water on lowest oven rack. Place dish of dough balls UNCOVERED on middle rack. Set timer for 1 hour. Meat Filling 2 lb. bacon 1 package diced Farmland ham 1 diced onion 1 can drained corn (1 bag frozen corn, thawed) or I like to use leftover grilled corn cut off the cobs - 3 or 4 cobs Grated Parmesan cheese Cubed Swiss •Using kitchen scissors cut bacon into small chunks and fry on medium in a large skillet. (Yes this is a lot of bacon - it will cook down.) Cook till starting to crisp, drain well - remove from heat Drain liquid from ham package, dice smaller if you'd like - add ham to bacon. Add diced onion and corn to meats. Salt and pepper generously - mix well. Get nonstick muffin pan. Spoon a teaspoon- or so of Parmesan into the bottom of each muffin cup. (This will make a nice little Parmesan crust on the bottom of each muffin.) Assemble and Bake Heat oven to 350. Lightly spray your hands with cooking spray Gently press and stretch a ball of dough with your hands to somewhat flatten it - about the size of your hand or roll it out with a rolling pin. Drape it over your hand. Put 3-4 small chunks of swiss in the middle. Move your hand over the meat skillet. Spoon a large spoonful of mixture on top of the Swiss. Pull the side to meat in the middle covering the meat, corn and cheese. Pull the other two sides over too. (This is quite easy, as the dough a soft and stretchy.) Press the dough together to seal. Put that sealed side in the bottom of the muffin tin - (Swiss side on top.) Repeat. Bake 20-25 minutes. Brush tops with a beaten egg before baking. I lay a towel out to tip the pan over and remove cooked buns, so I may cook the second batch right away. Makes 24 Yummy meat and cheese filled buns. Great hot or cold. Ingredients: $17.00