Sweet Hawaiian rolls served with huge pats of butter are a must-have item at any holiday feast. But you don't have to leave them in the dust when it isn't holiday season! Try one of these deliciously decadent Hawaiian roll meals - it won't break your budget and they're are a snap to make.
Hawaiian Baked Ham And Cheese
This baked ham and cheese sandwich will certainly please the palates of your dining companions. All of the classic ingredients are here - ham, cheese, onions, and butter. It tastes even better hot and fresh out of the oven! The Navy Wife Cook knows how to keep her submariner husband happy and well fed, so head on over to her blog for recipe instructions.
Inside out or upside down, no matter which way you look at it, if it's grilled and cheesy, it will taste awesome! However, it really gets its name from the preparation method. You wouldn't grill the top of a hamburger bun, and the same concept applies here. So go ahead and slice the entire sheet of rolls in half, and flip it inside out. Get the rest of the recipe details from The Country Cook, and find out why she uses mayo instead of butter to make the rolls extra crispy!
This is just about the most perfect finger food appetizer in existence! Scoop out a bit of bread from the top of each roll, and fill it with pre-made artichoke dip. A quick visit to the oven will warm these rolls up nicely, but if you can't wait, you can certainly eat it cold!
You'll love how easy it is to make these portable cold cut sliders! In fact, they are so addicting, they may not actually survive the journey to its intended destination. Unless of course, the destination was your tummy all along! These cold cut sliders are great for tailgate parties or if you regularly travel with a cooler. Lacie at Easy Peasy Pleasy can show you a super fast way to make these sandwiches, and how you can put them back in the original wrapping to transport them.
It can't get any better than sweet Hawaiian rolls stuffed with sweet lobster meat! Unless you really want to boil the lobster tails yourself, you can "cheat" on this recipe by substituting precooked lobster meat. The rest of the fixings are simple, and the addition of chopped pineapple gives this lobster roll a unique Hawaiian twist! Check out Erica's Recipes for instructions on how to make this cool mini sub all yours!
If finger foods speak to your inner child, then you'll love these fun pull-apart buffalo chicken pizza rolls! Tangy buffalo chicken combined with gooey cheese can make this a hit with both dinner table denizens and your tummy. Grab all the recipe info at Honey And Birch.
If you thought these sweet Hawaiian rolls were only an option for lunch or dinner, think again! These delectable rolls can be stuffed with a tropical mixture of pineapple and coconut, drizzled with a sticky pineapple glaze, and topped with a sprinkling of crunchy macadamia nuts. You could certainly call that lunch or dinner, but you might want to save this as a treat for dessert! This recipe only takes 20-minutes to make, and you can get the instructions from Nicole at Wonky Wonderful.
While sweet Hawaiian rolls may ordinarily not be your first choice of "bread" to use for French toast, don't miss out on this super tasty version of the classic breakfast dish. If it can be dipped in batter, pan fried and doused with maple syrup, then it works for Stefanie from Mommy Musings! In fact, she thinks it's the best version she's ever had, and she gladly shares the recipe on her blog.
This cool video recipe shows you how to make Dr. Pepper chicken sliders on Hawaiian rolls!
Although technically these rolls aren't authentic Hawaiian cuisine, they are definitely a delight for the taste buds to behold! What makes it even more fantastic are these fast-track recipes that make it easy to get a satisfying meal on the table.