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Monday, March 3, 2014

Best Scalloped Potatoes & Ham Ever

I used most everything in my freezer over the holidays so I could start fresh for the new year.  The only thing I still had was a little bit of ham left from Christmas day, so I decided to make one of my favorite dishes ever.

SCALLOPED POTATOES & HAM




I love this, it can be used as a main dish with just a salad or as a side dish if you have a large crowd. ( or if you are like me and you could eat it every day)



You can make as much or as little as you like.

peel potatoes and slice in thin slices
one onion sliced in this slices
shredded cheese ( I like a combo of jack and mozzorella or the pkg. 3 cheese variety)
left over ham cut into small chunks
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1/3 cup milk

Put a layer of sliced potatoes in bottom of casserole dish ( layer at least two to 3 potatoes deep), then layer some of the onions on top.  Sprinkle around a few chunks of the ham, and also sprinkle some of the shredded cheese on top.  Spoon on about 1/2 of the soup (straight out of the can) I don't add any salt, but I do grind a small amount of fresh pepper on top.

Repeat for the second layer.  Put 1/3 cup milk in the soup can and stir to get all of the rest of the soup mixed in and pour evenly over the top.  
Bake in 350 degree oven until potatoes are soft.

Time will vary depending on how big of a casserole dish you make.   I usually allow 1 to 1 1/2 hours.  Longer if making a really big casserole.

This is perfect as a side dish or main course.  


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23 comments:

  1. Marty, okay I've just had my coffee and was not hungry and now I am! That looks scrumptious and easy to make! Thanks for sharing this with us on this beautiful Sunday!
    Have a wonderful day~
    Nancy

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  2. Marty this looks and sounds divine. Ham and potatoes...an ultimate in comfort food! I grew up on this type of dish so it brings back many happy memories.Love the idea of the large slices of onion too. A perfect Sunday meal.
    XO Barbara

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  3. Your Scalloped potatoes looks delicious, and so easy to make. I like the addition of onion for extra flavor, and that you don't have to cook the potatoes before assembling the casserole. My mom made "scalloped" potatoes, which required cooking the the potaotes first, so I rarely made them. Call me lazy.

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  4. One of my favorite dishes! I don't add the cheese, though, I grew up with my mom doing them with milk, four and butter instead of the cream of mushroom. Yours is far easier! This makes me want it right now ;-)

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  5. Oh boy does that sound delicious! Thank you for sharing. I plan on making that for dinner this week!
    Enjoy your Sunday!

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  6. Sounds easy and delicious Marty! thanks for a great go to recipe~
    Jenna

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  7. This sounds very good... gonna have to try it! Thanks for sharing Marty!
    -Tina

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  8. I'm going to try out your way of making scalloped potatoes and ham. I have leftover Christmas ham in the freezer. Thanks for sharing !

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  9. I have leftover ham in the fridge right now...was just wondering what to do with it. We'll be trying this! :)

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  10. Yum Marty. Now I am hungry this looks delish and pretty easy to make. Thanks for sharing this.
    Kris

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  11. Oh this is making me hungry…this looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. These look delicious, Marty! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. I've pinned it and look forward to making it!

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  13. Sounds and looks delicious, Marty. Scalloped potatoes is a big fave in our house and budget friendly too! Have a great week! Jane

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  14. This looks simple enough for me. Yum! :)
    I'll probably make this in the next week or so.
    ~Liz

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  15. Oh, this looks so good! I'll have to save this recipe. We are meat and potatoes kind of people, and this sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Looks and sound so good! Thanks for sharing. Have not made it is some time because of the salt in the ham. :/
    Hope you are enjoying the weather in the SW. Thunderstorms here with borderline freezing temps moving in - crazy weather.
    Gave a great week.

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  17. It is a chilly gray day in Houston and your recipe sounds perfect for tonight's dinner. I even have all the ingredients on hand!

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  18. Looks so yummy! I love the addition of onions! Pinning it!
    Lynda @ Gates of Crystal

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  19. This looks absolutely scrumptious!!! A must for Easter dinner :)

    Thanks so much for sharing,
    ~Diane

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  20. I LOVE pasta and ham so I know I would love this dish. Thanks for the recipe, Marty! :)

    Did you know that ad's pop right up over things that we are trying to read when we visit you? They advertise products...I bet you didn't know. I've never seen anything like that before.
    Hugs,
    Mona

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  21. Marty, your scalloped potatoes look delicious! Nice to see you joining in over at Penny's! You're on my Blog List and I'll be back visiting you more often.

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  22. This looks sooo good. :)
    Here from Tasty Tues.

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