This is so not a food blog that it almost cracks me up that I’ve put about three recipes up in the past month. But since I got several inquiries as to what in the world these are, I present you with the recipe for Poppywiches!
1/2 C butter
1/4 t horseradish mustard (I use whatever brown, spicy mustard I happen to have on hand)
1/8 t Accent (this is like some old school salt alternative. Think salt would be fine)
1/4 C chopped onion
1 t poppy seeds
Melt butter, mix all that together, then spread on buns. Add shaved ham and swiss cheese. Wrap each sandwich in foil and bake for 20 minutes at 350. I’ve substituted the cheese with all manner of other cheeses and have used ham that isn’t (gasp) shaved, though I really like the shaved texture. I always double this recipe and doubled it makes about 8 sandwiches.
To do these in the crock pot, I used my biggest pot that has a “keep warm” level just below “low.” I put them on low for about 15 minutes and then switched it to keep warm and they stayed in the pot for 5 hours and were fine!
This recipe comes courtesy of Craig’s mom and they’ve been on the menu for ten years now.