I made these for our company cocktail party two years ago and they were a HUGE hit! I made them again last year per several who requested and will again thus year!
Being able to make ahead and freeze is a major time saver!
There would be major disappointment if I didn't have them on the menu!
The roast beef is a nice alternative to ham as we have several Jewish people in our group.
Wow!! these were Great! made a mayo mixture with dijon, garlic powder and horseradish. really popped with the peach preserves. had leftover tenderloin (sliced) , and swiss cheese on a french bread roll. picky daughter even liked with the preserves!!!! will make again.
One of the best things I have made yet!! Great aspect is you can make them early in the day, wrap in foil, and pop in as guest arrive (about 15 min)- they are fresh, delicious, hearty, and look like you were busy for hours!! My 10 year old loved them as well, so kid friendly as long as they like nuts.
Love these! Every party I take them to, people ask for recipe. Wonderful flavor combinations, the spicy and the sweet, YUM!
I couldn't find the rolls this recipe called for, so I used Sister Schuberts. This has EVERYTHING going on...sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy. They're messy, but so delicious!
These weren't bad but won't make them again. I just have other similar recipes that I enjoy more.
Different and Delicious!
This is such a quick and easy recipe to put together and it tastes so good! A very elegant dish to serve to company. My only suggestion is to spray Pam on the foil so the sandwiches don't stick.
Delicious, quick and easy to make! Did not use walnuts, and it was still very good.
These were super easy and everyone loved them! Great alternative to the traditional ham and poppy seed sandwiches!
I made these as directed and served at a cocktail buffet. Everyone raved about them. They were a hit and I would make again. They are easy to do and can be made ahead! I served them with shrimp and cocktail sauce and other buffet items.
I love that you can make these ahead of time and freeze. I tripled the recipe last year for our Xmas party and they were the first things gone! I have made them several times since then and each time they are a huge hit.
The peach preserves just didn't go with the rest of the dish. I would've rather had a horseradish/mayo sauce or maybe gone the caramelized onion route. No one in my family liked this, including me!