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Old 05-18-2018, 10:31 AM   #1
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King's Hawaiian mini sandwiches

You know the ones. 24 sweet dinner rolls in a package.



Before you hit the road...
  • Open the package and remove the box containing the rolls from the plastic. Set the plastic and keeper lock aside.
  • Remove the rolls from the box and place on the countertop. Do not separate them. Set the box aside.
  • Slice the entire pack of 24 in half with a bread knife and remove the top layer.
  • Slather on your favorite sandwich spread.
  • Place cheese on the roll bottoms. Butt the edges until all rolls are covered.
  • Place lunch meat on the cheese, again, butting the edges until everything is covered. Pile to desired height.
  • Add sliced tomatoes, butted as best you can.
  • Add spices/condiments to the top of the stacks.
  • Put the roll tops back on and place the entire unit back into the box.
  • Now slice the rolls into individual servings. Cut through the lunch meat, cheese, etc.
  • Put the plastic bag back over the box and put the keeper lock back on the end.
  • Keep package cool until you arrive at the campsite.
  • Open the bag and slide out the box to the first row or two of mini sandwiches and nosh on bite sized sammiches while you set up camp!

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Old 05-21-2018, 08:05 PM   #2
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We do not have that brand of dinner rolls out our way, but I get the "how to" on the brand we have...

Neat idea. Thanks
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They are good buns, my wife used them to make Cinnabons
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