Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham!

Ham and Cheese Sliders from leftover Holiday Ham and dinner rolls is a supremely delicious way to use them up! Just add Swiss, Monterrey Jack, or provolone cheese and an easy sesame seed dressing for an great dinner the day after. I love these with a side of potato chips. Play with the ingredients to suit your taste and pantry/fridge staples. You really can’t go wrong. 🙂

Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham! | Culinary Craftiness

Add your leftover holiday side dishes and you’ve got a delicious supper on the table in 30 minutes or less! I used a smear of may under the lids and in this batch, made the dressing that gets poured over all the sliders with sesame seeds. I’ve used poppy seeds, as well.

Leftover Holiday Ham and Cheese Sliders

Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham! | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Leftover Holiday Ham? | Culinary Craftiness
  • Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham! | Culinary Craftiness
  • Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham!| Culinary Craftiness
  • Ham and Cheese Sliders from Leftover Holiday Ham! | Culinary Craftiness

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Here’s another idea – make Turkey Manhattans out of your leftover holiday turkey fixings! Rather than bread, use leftover stuffing or dressing for the base. To make mashed potatoes taste brand new, heat them to super hot in a larger bowl in the microwave. Add more butter and heavy cream, salt & pepper if necessary, and use your mixer to whip them up. Delicious!

Happy eating!

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I don’t know who gets the credit for this picture, but it’s too cute! Looks like he/she overindulged on holiday delights!

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Melissa is a wife, mother, family cook, and romance novelist. The very first thing she learned in the kitchen was how to scramble eggs in an old cast iron skillet at the age of five. Her great-grandmother put her on a step-stool at the stove and thus began her passion for whipping up great tasting foods.

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