These were easy to make and a nice addition to my Christmas Open House table. Nice contrast with the crunch of the walnuts and the sweetness of the peach preserves! Would make them again.
Hot Roast Beef Party Sandwiches
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pbadaluco Posted: 12/29/08
kccharto Posted: 03/26/09
Absolutely delicious! I made three batches for a party, and they were quickly gobbled up.
dianezawacki Posted: 01/06/09
Too sweet! I followed the recipe to the last ingredient, except I spread the peach preserves on much thinner than I should have. Unfortunately, that with the nuts made the sandwiches much too sweet. Hosting a party of 12, ranging in age from 32 -72, I was not even able to get rid of the 1st batch. There was no need for me to make the 2nd. I'll never make this again.
TheBrownFamily Posted: 12/31/08
This was a party favorite. Very flavorful. Will make again. :)
lindsnt Posted: 01/08/09
Made this to serve as a finger sandwich at a party- they were so good! The rolls take a little time to cut apart though if you use a pan of Sister Shubert's rolls. My husband is allergic to tree nuts, so we made them without and they were still a hit.
kendrick Posted: 01/08/09
These won a top prize at a cookie swap!! They were very good. I found the bread a bit difficult to slice into two pieces but once the cheese melts it was forgiving where the bread was torn. . I ran out of haverti cheese and substituted cheddar which was equally delicious. Everyone wanted the recipe.
YanaNavarre Posted: 02/12/09
Going to have to double this recipe !! A big hit .Easy to prepare and love the fact that I can make ahead and freeze for future use. I was in the supermarket without my shopping list and picked up brie instead of Havarti. Loved the brie!! After putting rolls together decided to brush tops with butter before baking. EXCELLENT !!
Laura51 Posted: 03/15/09
I had a party for my son after he moved into his new home and made these.....needless to say there weren't any left over! Alot of 20ish young people there and they ate them up! Very easy to prepare! We'll definitely make these again for a wedding shower coming up.
AnneMW Posted: 06/06/09
This was very tasty (did omit the nuts). Will make this again and again.
cmtheresa Posted: 07/29/09
was hesitant with the walnut/beef/peach combo. So glad I took the plunge! So good!! Reminiscent of the little ham sandwiches everyone serves but a nice twist. Served at Christmas open house and people loved them.
campagnes Posted: 08/17/09
This was DELICIOUS. I recommend using a chunky peach preserve and definitely toasting the walnuts pre-assembly - I didn't toast mine and they added no flavor. I didn't have any havarti on hand so I used swiss, and they were out of this world! I can't wait to make these again.
bigalotbunches Posted: 01/14/10
Loved this recipe! I made it without the nuts and with homemade peach preserves. I used to a bread knife to cut the bread which made it slightly easier but the bread is really soft and hard to cut. Everyone LOVED this recipe! I'll definitely add this to my book of recipes.
AngieWatterson Posted: 12/29/09
Made and froze these ahead of time for Christmas. Just heated them up and the extended family lapped them up. Even defrosted, you may need to cook a bit longer as the preserves can make the rolls a bit soggy. But they were unanimously voted 'scrumptious!'
vbgirl Posted: 01/31/10
Wow, what a great sandwich! I made them for a party and they were a huge hit! I did not use dinner rolls that were attached to each other. I used a more substantial bread. The sandwiches still turned out wonderful. The combination of the sweet peach preserves and the mustard/mayo mixture worked perfectly. Also, I did not have walnuts, so I used toasted pecans and I wished I would have sprinkled more on each sandwich. They added a great crunch. I can't wait to make these again!!!