Oven baked ham & cheese sliders. Make sure the meat thermometer is not touching the bone. To help keep your ham moist and juicy, place the ham cut-side down in a baking pan and tent it with foil. To finish, remove the foil tent, brush the ham with glaze and pan juices one more time, and turn the oven to broil.
Place the ham on a rack in a shallow roasting pan. A fully cooked ham can be enjoyed in sandwiches and recipes without further cooking, but heating improves the flavor and texture. Baked ham is the perfect dish for a special occasion or Sunday dinner. You can cook Oven baked ham & cheese sliders using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Oven baked ham & cheese sliders
- Prepare of Rolls (I used Sara Lee Artisan).
- Prepare of Mayonaise.
- You need of Aluminum foil.
- It’s of Honey.
- Prepare of Yellow mustard.
- It’s of Sliced deli ham.
- Prepare of Sliced deli cheese (of your choosing..I used white American).
Try these exceptional baked ham recipes from Food Network chefs like Ina Garten, Trisha Yearwood and Melissa d'Arabian. Once the brown sugar glaze is thickened and cooled, the ham is removed from the oven and the heat is cranked up high. Brush the glaze over the ham and pop it back into the oven. The high heat will make the most gorgeous golden glaze in just a few minutes!
Oven baked ham & cheese sliders instructions
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix yellow mustard & honey in a bowl..
- Line a pan with parchment paper or aluminum foil. Break apart rolls and put bottom layer on lined pan. Spread a layer of mayonnaise on roll..
- Then add slice of ham, then slice if cheese, then as much honey mustard as you would like..
- Put top portion of bun on top & bake in oven for 10minutes..
Take all wrappers off of ham and trim away excess fat. Line baking pan (I spray with Pam in case some of the brown sugar mixture escapes, clean up is easier) with Aluminum foil. Place ham on foil and spread brown sugar/mustard paste on top. Do not open again until ham is done. Place ham on rack in shallow roasting pan.