- For Mexican style, add taco seasoning and a large can of tomato sauce and salsa until it suits your tastes.
- For Italian style, mix spaghetti sauce and italian seasonings in with your meat.
- For BBQ style, add a bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce.
Finely chop your ham.
- Toss the ham with ranch dressing until it's coated and "wet", not soupy though.
- Mix ham and green onions.
- Toss ham with a bit of dijon mustard or mayonnaise.
- Toss ham and a mild coating of apple butter.
Finely chop left-over turkey.
- Toss and coat in left-0ver gravy.
- Mix a bit of curry powder to taste with turkey and a light coating of mayonaise, salt and pepper.
OR create your own meat mixture. Roll dough out into a large rectangle about 1/4 - 3/8" thickness on a greased kitchen counter or pastry board. Gently spread the meat evenly across the dough. Top the meat with a generous helping of shredded cheese. Roll like a jelly roll. Then slice the dough into 1" thick pieces and place each roll-up on a greased baking pan. Bake at 400° until golden-brown. The meat is already cooked, so you are, basically, baking the bread and reheating the rest.
Serve with dipping sauces....depending on your filling:
- For the ham: Ranch dressing, creamy Italian dressing, dijon mustard, applesauce or butter...
- For turkey: gravy, cream of chicken soup mixed with 1/2 can of milk, ranch dressing
- For the beef: Aujus, BBQ sauce, ketchup (ugh, but the babes love it), ranch, salsa mixed 1 part ranch and 1 part salsa, marinara sauce.
The sky's the limit! Enjoy!