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One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders

I ADORE these One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders and that’s saying something special because I’m not one to eat ham or turkey sandwiches at home very often. That might sound silly, but I just don’t care for making my sandwich with cold lunch meat.

I would much rather have the wonderful employees at Subway, Mcallister’s, Jason’s Deli, etc… to “professionally” arrange my club sandwich piled high with black olives, peppers, onion, pickles, and just about anything else you can think of! It just tastes different when I’m an observer patiently awaiting my healthy, toasted sub. (HA, HA) But, having said all of that, there is one way that I LOVE to eat lunch meat sandwiches at home.

The Provolone cheese is the perfect “glue” to hold these masterpieces together and the buttery seasoning on top sends your tastebuds over the edge! Seriously, they are THE BOMB! They require minimal effort, few ingredients, and a taste for the finer things in “sandwich” life! (HA) 

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A close up picture of the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders with the toasted seasonings on top.

This easy slider recipe makes an appearance in my house every week. Specifically on Wednesdays. You want to know why? Wednesday is church night. We don’t have a lot of time between school, sports, dinner, and chores to get ready for church and make it on time. So, dinner has to be something that the whole family likes but it also needs to be quick.

(And if you’ve been around my family for any length of time, you will realize that they are a picky bunch of peeps) If I can find a recipe that all 5 of us enjoy, that’s a WIN. And to have it be a quick recipe with simple ingredients, I’ve just hit the FAMILY DINNER LOTTERY!

How does provolone cheese get Its unique flavor?

Another picture of the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders on a baking sheet before they have been baked.

On a funny note, my daughter doesn’t eat sandwiches. She basically refuses to eat lunchmeat unless it’s these “Italian sliders”. The ONLY other sandwich that she will eat is a tuna fish sandwich, but truthfully that’s different. It’s made with fresh boiled eggs, tart dill pickles, and some other seasonings that really bring it to life. But if it’s not those two sandwiches, she’s out.

She used to tell me when she was younger that sandwiches couldn’t be for dinner because it wasn’t real food. (HA) She thinks that sandwiches aren’t real because they are cold and not “cooked”. (Although she doesn’t seem to have that same complaint about tuna… but again, it might be the cooked egg that makes the difference.)

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These One Pan Hawaiian Roll Ham and Provolone Sliders make great appetizers for family gatherings. Here are a few that occur in my family:

  • Game day parties – If we are going to watch the Super Bowl of the College basketball playoffs, these sandwiches are making an appearance. And if you are inviting over a lot of friends and family, these are perfect for a large crowd!
  • ​Thanksgiving Appetizer Game Night – We always travel for the holidays since we are all spread out and living in different states. And that means we usually stay a week and eat together multiple times during our stay. Besides the main holiday meal on that Thursday, we usually do appetizers and games the night before or the night after. And this family favorite slider recipe ALWAYS lands on the table!
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One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders Ingredients:

  • 24 deli slices of ham
  • 2 dozen King’s Hawaiian Rolls
  • 1 stick of butter
  • 12 slices of Provolone cheese 
  • 1 Pack of dry Italian dressing mix

One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders Instructions:

  • First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line a baking dish with aluminum foil or parchment paper.
  • Second, using a serrated knife, slice your rolls in half and separate the tops from the bottoms.
  • Third, take your butter and seasonings and place into a small bowl that is microwave-safe and melt completely.
  • Next, brush the foil or parchment paper on the baking sheet with some of the butter and seasonings.
A collage of pictures showing a woman splitting the rolls, brushing the butter on the sheet tray, and layering cheese.
  • Then, place the bottoms of the rolls onto the foil.
  • Now you are ready to begin layering your ham. Put an even layer of 12 slices of ham on one bottom half of the rolls and put the other twelve on the other bottom halves.
  • Next, layer the slices of cheese on top of your ham and turkey.
  • Place the tops of the rolls onto your layers of meat and cheese.
  • Then, take the remaining butter seasoning mixture and brush the top of the rolls and down the sides of the sandwiches. (I also like to poke holes in the sandwich tops before I do this so that the butter and seasonings can seep into the sandwiches better.)
A woman pouring the seasonings into a small bowl and brushing the melted butter on top of the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders.
  • Cover the sandwiches with foil and place into a 350-degree oven for about 25 minutes or until the cheese melts.
  • Remove the foil for the last 5 minutes of baking time to get a golden brown top on the sandwiches. (I don’t recommend using the broil setting)
  • Finally, remove from the oven, cut into individual sliders, and enjoy with your favorite chips and dips!
A woman taking a bite out of the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders and giving a thumbs up.

Variations for the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders:

Bread:

  • Try making my homemade sweet Hawaiian rolls instead of the store-bought ones.
  • Mini slider buns (Like the white castle burgers)
  • Small dinner rolls

Meats/Cheeses:

  • Ham and Cheddar Cheese
  • Turkey and Swiss
  • ​Salami or Pepperoni and Pepper jack Cheese
  • Ground meat and American cheese slices

Toppings:

  • Sesame seeds – can be sprinkled on any flavor of this sandwich for the perfect crunch!
  • ​Worcestershire sauce – This flavor may not be for everyone, but it is delicious.
  • Olive Oil – If you are looking for a substitute for the butter, this works well.
  • Ranch seasoning – This seems to be America’s favorite flavor and it’s a nice zesty touch on top of these sliders.

Leave me a comment on some of your favorite variations of this sandwich!

Storage for the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders:

  • Leftover sandwiches can be kept in an airtight container or a Ziploc bag in the fridge for up to 5 days.

What are the macros for the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders:

Makes 24 servings (Nutritional information below is for 1 serving = 1 slider)

  • Calories – 170
  • Protein – 7 grams
  • Carbs – 15.6 grams (net)
  • Fat – 9 grams

Check out some of my other appetizer recipes!

Copycat Auntie Anne’s Soft Pretzels (Garlic Parmesan)

Baked Brie with Honey and Walnuts

The Best Guacamole EVER!

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Two hot ham and provolone sliders with melted cheese.

One Pan Hawaiian Roll Ham and Provolone Sliders

Jessie Thompson
Melted gooey cheese layered with delicious ham stuffed inside of sweet Hawaiin rolls. Brushed with butter and seasonings and baked until they are perfectly golden! These sandwiches are SO GOOD! (I use turkey and ham)
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Course Appetizer, Main Course, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 24 sandwiches
Calories 170 kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Baking sheet
  • Aluminum foil (I use this for the pan so that there is less clean up. It is certainly optional)
  • 1 Pastry brush
  • 1 Serrated bread knife

Ingredients
  

  • 12 deli slices of ham
  • 12 deli slices of turkey optional
  • 2 dozen King’s Hawaiian Rolls
  • 1 1/2 sticks of butter
  • 12 slices of Provolone cheese
  • 2 Packs of dry Italian dressing mix

Instructions
 

  • First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line a baking dish with aluminum foil or parchment paper.
  • Second, using a serrated knife, slice your rolls in half and separate the tops from the bottoms.
  • Third, take your butter and seasonings and place into a small bowl that is microwave-safe and melt completely.
  • Next, brush the foil or parchment paper on the baking sheet with some of the butter and seasonings.
  • Then, place the bottoms of the rolls onto the foil.
  • Now you are ready to begin layering your meats. Put an even layer of 12 slices of ham or turkey on one bottom half of the rolls and put the other twelve on the other bottom halves.
  • Next, layer the slices of cheese on top of your ham and turkey.
  • Place the tops of the rolls onto your layers of meat and cheese.
  • Then, take the remaining butter seasoning mixture and brush the top of the rolls and down the sides of the sandwiches. (I also like to poke holes in the sandwich tops before I do this so that the butter and seasonings can seep into the sandwiches better.)
  • Cover the sandwiches with foil and place into a 350-degree oven for about 25 minutes or until the cheese melts.
  • Remove the foil for the last 5 minutes of baking time in order to get a golden brown top on the sandwiches. (I don’t recommend using the broil setting)
  • Finally, remove from the oven, cut into individual sliders, and enjoy with your favorite chips and dips!

Notes

What are the macros for the One Pan, Hawaiian Roll, Ham, and Provolone Sliders:
Makes 24 servings (Nutritional information below is for 1 serving = 1 slider)
Calories – 170 Protein – 7 grams Carbs – 15.6 grams (net) Fat – 9 grams
Keyword Cheese, Ham, Italian, Sandwhich

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