A friend shared this recipe with me and raved about it, so I gave it a try. But, instead of giving me a regular recipe with ingredients and an instruction list, she said, “Do this, then add that, then do this, etc.”
I was a bit confused, so after I plowed my way through it, I decided to give you pictures to help.

This truly is the best baked sandwich I’ve ever eaten-buttery and rich, with hot melting cheese.



You’ll love it!


     1 doz. soft dinner or slider rolls
     2 # deli sliced (shaved) turkey
     1# deli thin-sliced Swiss cheese
     1 stick butter, melted

     2T Worcestershire

    1 onion, thinly sliced.


Cut the tops off the soft rolls.
Line the bottoms in a 9″ x 13″ buttered pan.

Evenly spread the shaved turkey over the roll bottoms.
Then spread the cheese over the turkey.
Replace the top of the rolls over the mixture.


Thinly slice onion in small bowl. Add Worcestershire.


Wrap the pan tightly in saran wrap and then foil. Place another dish on top of the first pan and press down firmly. You want to compress the sandwiches. Unfortunately, I chose a clear Pyrex dish, so it doesn’t show up well in the picture.  Refrigerate at least an hour and up to overnight. Bake at  375 degrees for about 20 minutes or until the cheese is bubbly.


Cut into 12 sandwiches. Serve hot or warm. ENJOY!