"So tangy and delish. I could see them becoming an addiction!" - F.P.
"They're slap your grandma for seconds good." - Jeremy
DallasEats was recently introduced to the greatness of J.R.-Wiches. These little beauties arrived at a small gathering in the most unassuming way (think hot celeb in ball cap and dark glasses...except with pyrex and tin foil), but soon our mouths were watering as the house was filled with the scents of melting cheese and browning butter. They emerged from the oven so golden, so tempting, that many of us risked a wicked case of pizza burn just to get to that first taste of heaven. Our courage was rewarded with what may be one of the all-time great party snacks.
J.R., a regular DallasEats blog reader, and the man behind the "Wich", has offered his recipe for these marinated, baked goodies, and we will forever remain in his debt. They're ooey, they're gooey, they're totally unique and completely delicious. Behold: J.R.-Wiches
1 package King's Hawaiian sweet dinner rolls
thin-sliced deli turkey
sliced Havarti cheese (with or without dill)
1 stick butter, melted
2 teaspoons dijon mustard
generous splash of Worcestershire Sauce
1 tbsp. poppy seeds
Make sandwiches by splitting each Hawaiian roll and generously filling with turkey and cheese. Arrange sandwiches in an oven-proof casserole dish. Combine marinade ingredients and pour over sandwiches. Cover and refridgerate overnight. To bake: Preheat oven to 350-degrees and bake until bread is browned and cheese is melted (time varies). You may also choose to briefly broil the sandwiches after they are baked for increased crispness and browning.