This recipe really is incredibly tasty, even though the ingredients and how it looks when mixed together tends to deter people sometimes. But if you’re brave enough to give it a go, I know you’ll love how yummy and filling this hearty hamroll recipe is!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Chop up the ham, cheese, hardboiled eggs, green onions and green olives. Mix them all in a large bowl and add more of any ingredient you’d like until it “looks right” to you.
In a separate bowl, mix together the chili sauce and the Miracle Whip. The sauce should look pinkish-red after stirred. (Just like with any part of this recipe, you can add more or less chili sauce and Miracle Whip based on how you like it to taste. I like a little more chili sauce taste because I’ve never been a big fan of Miracle Whip.)
Add sauce to bowl with filling and mix until it’s all evenly coated.
Fill each hot dug bun with some of the filling.
Then, wrap the buns in a tin foil rectangle, making sure to pinch up the sides. Put the foil buns in a casserole deep dish and put the dish in the oven for about 20 minutes. This will melt the cheese, warm the ham, and mix the ingredients’ flavor together.
I’ve found that using name brand for the chili sauce is important. The off-brand stuff just doesn’t taste as good.
Make sure you use MIRACLE WHIP and not Mayonnaise
Add more or less of ingredients however you’d like. My grandmother would do mostly ham and cheese and hardly anything else while my mom always tries to make it pretty even. I tend to put a little less green onions and more green olives, but that’s just how I like it.