Apple Cornbread And Ham Roll-Ups #BrunchWeek ~ Nik Snacks

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On 7:00 AM by Nikki @ NikSnacks in , , , , ,    5 comments
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I'm the type of woman who would rather do brunch on Saturday than Sunday. Sunday is reserved for supper and family. Saturday is for starting hangovers, nursing them and/or being with friends.

These Apple Cornbread And Ham Roll-Ups are what you throw together on Saturday afternoon to enjoy on Sunday morning with a side salad and a fried egg.


They're blindingly simple and definitely a creative approach to brunch food. Sliced deli ham, slices of Breeze apple, sweet Vidalia onion and crumbled cornbread are rolled up in sheets of lavash and tied together with Dijon mustard and baked with mounds of nutty, smooth grated Alpine Cheddar from Cabot Cheese.

Apple Cornbread And Ham Roll-Ups 
Serves 4-6

2 sheets pre-packaged lavash

For the filling
¼ cup Dijon mustard
1lb deli ham, sliced
2 cups cornbread, crumbled
2 apples, peeled, diced
½ cup Vidalia onion, sliced
6oz Alpine Cheddar Cabot Creamery, grated

1. Preheat Oven to 375ºF
2. Roll out lavash on a parchment paper covered surface.
3. Spread Dijon mustard on the entire piece of lavash.
4. Arrange ham slices evenly overy mustard to within 1/2 inch of the edges.
5. Sprinkle ham evenly with crumbled cornbread, diced apples and sliced Vidalia onions.
6. Starting at one of the short ends, roll up lavash to form log.
Cut into 8 slices with a serrated knife. Cut log in half and then cut each half twice. Repeat steps 1-6 with the second piece of lavash.
7. Lay each slice cut side down in a prepared baking pan.
8. Sprinkle grated cheese over each roll-up.
7. Bake at 375ºF for 10 to 15 minutes until cheese has melted and is browned.


Serve with additional mustard or mixed salad greens, if desired.


TIP
Assemble the Roll-Up logs and refrigerate up to 1 day before baking to save time.


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5 comments:

Nichole @ casadecrews.com said...

Oh I love this! Sweet and savory - my kind of dish!

Caroline Barbee said...

I bet the cornbread adds the best crunch! This sounds so good!

Wendy Klik said...

I think these would be perfect for nursing a hangover. LOL

Erin said...

Now that's a savory brunch item! And I agree with Wendy, also great for a hangover ;-)

Christie Campbell said...

Apple and ham? Never put them together, but I'm glad you did! Yum!