Seeking ham leftover recipes after your Easter dinner? Try this recipe for crepes drizzled with our homemade honey mustard sauce recipe.
Who can forget those party rolls filled with warm ham, gooey swiss cheese, sweet mustard and poppyseeds?
Not me! I love them!
So when I needed a new way to use my ham leftovers, I instantly thought of those little gems. And a tasty new crepe recipe came to life.
My friend Melissa suggested using poppyseeds in the crepe batter, and I'm so glad she did. They add a sweet flavor and just a hint of crunch to the crepes.
Make crepe batter following directions in our Basic Crepe Recipe. After mixing and refrigerating for at least 30 minutes, stir in 1 tablespoon of poppyseeds. Now, follow directions in How to Make Crepes. Prepare at least 8 poppyseed crepes.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lay first crepe inside an oiled baking dish. Lay 3-4 strips of ham inside crepe. Top with 2 tablespoons of swiss cheese. Roll up and repeat with remaining crepes. Bake for 1o-15 minutes or until cheese melts.
Remove from oven. Top with a drizzle of our honey mustard dressing recipe.
Yield: 8 servings (1 crepe roll each)
You don't have to wait to for ham leftovers to make this recipe. Simply ask your deli for thicker cuts of ham and make them today!
In fact, this recipe makes delicious lunch crepes or easy party appetizers. For a party, make smaller appetizer-size crepes such as the 4-inch crepes used in our Pear and Brie Appetizer Crepes. Fill them with smaller pieces of ham and half as much cheese, and follow the directions above.
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