Time for a procedural recipe, this doesn't need things like measurements and quantities.
Start with crusty finger rolls, or, in my case, hot dog buns. The buns were really a little too delicate for this treatment, but my bakery hadn't made any hoagie rolls that day, which would have been better.
Brush them with a little bit of softened butter and broil until lightly browned and crispy--don't let them go too far at this point, since they'll be going back under.
Spread some refried beans on there...
...and then top with some shredded cheese. I had sharp cheddar, but mild cheddar or any Mexican-style blend would also be good.
Pop them back under the broiler until the cheese is melted and the beans are warmed through.
This is the salsa I made for the molettes. You certainly don't have to make homemade salsa, though, just use your favorite jarred stuff if you like.
Top with generous amounts of salsa and eat! Setting aside the time that making the salsa took, I had these done in less than ten minutes, making them a great quick meal.