Marryl’s Ham and Cheese Bread Roll-Ups


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I realized I haven’t posted my version of the Ham and Cheese Bread Rolls. This is very popular among kids and is so easy to make.

You will need:

  • sliced bread
  • mayonnaisse or jam
  • strips of sweet or cooked ham,
  • sliced cheddar cheese
  • rolling pin
  • bread crumbs
  • 2 eggs beaten
  • canola oil for frying

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Start by taking a slice of bread and rolling it as thin as possible. You may not take out the sides if you’re using a cream bread that will just flatten easily like the one on the picture. I can’t seem to find my rolling pin (my daughter probably played with it again) so I’m using a drinking glass which works perfectly.

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It’s better though to take out the sides since it looks better and doesn’t seem to absorb that much oil.

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Spread mayo on the entire surface of the bread and place your ham and cheese. I’ve tried using different jams and it’s also good and Bea loves it!

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Starting at the edge of the bread where your ham and cheese are, roll the bread slowly. The mayo should help keep the bread rolled nicely and in place.

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Arrange your breading station, and dip them eggs first then bread crumbs. Make sure you include the sides.

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This is how they look like.

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Deep fry or just fry over medium to high heat for a few seconds. Dry on paper towels, slice diagonnally and enjoy while still hot.

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I especially enjoy making these with my daughter.

Please post some pictures if you’re making these. Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Marryl’s Ham and Cheese Bread Roll-Ups

  1. I will surely try to make these. I usually make something similar with puff pastry but these will taste so good for sure as well.

    And thank you so much for liking my recipe! 🙂

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