Thursday, April 24, 2014

How To Make Scalloped Potatoes and Ham...

 

So Easy To Make...
Living From Glory To Glory Blog



I just wanted to say good morning, as I live out West
 and most of you ladies have been up for hours.
And for those on the other side of the
World you are just going to bed... So good night!

I made a delicious casserole for dinner last night, and this
is one of my favorite comfort foods.
It is made with your left over Ham from Easter or another holiday meal
Remember not to waste it!
Either cut it up and freeze for later or make this dish tonight!
Being Frugal with our resources and meal planning is just plain wise!

Our Men love any meals prepared with meat,
(Unless of course you are a vegetarian, skip this post)

Scallop Potatoes with Ham

This is so good and easy peasy too!
This is what I do;

Wash and peel six potatoes, slice thinly and place in cold water with some salt.
Let them sit for about 10 minutes (gets the starch out)
Slice a good amount of your Ham (as much as you like)
Use 1 can of Cream  mushroom soup
3/4 can milk
1/2 cup grated cheese
Salt and pepper
Shake of garlic salt

Now drain your sliced potatoes and place in a large bowl
Add your can of soup and milk
Add your diced or sliced Ham chunks
Mix in cheese and salt and pepper and garlic.
Spray a 9x13 pan
Pour into the pan and cover with foil
Bake in preheated 350 degree oven
Bake covered for 45minutes,
 Uncover and bake another 10 minutes to brown it!

You can add onions if you like and more cheese;
Sometimes I have added crushed chips on top.
This is not a precise recipe, there is a lot of room to experiment.

Remember the four day rule!
After Four days throw it out!

Some mornings it seems like the Birds singing just sounds sweeter!


8 comments:

Christine said...

Oh, I came back in time, to read this mouth watering recipe.
So easy, too! Always on the hunt for delicious and easy peasy delights!

Estelle's said...

this is pretty much the way I make it too Roxy! It was my Dad's favorite meal so I so enjoyed this post! Yes, the birds singing is rather sweet, especially in Spring! Hugs!

NanaDiana said...

That sounds so much easier than the way I make it with white cooked sauce. I am going to try YOUR way. Yum.....xo Diana

susan@avintagefarmwife said...

That is just the kind of comfort food I like...and I have some leftover ham in the freezer. Hmmmm!

Pam said...

This looks delicious Rox. Scalloped potatoes and ham is definitely a favorite comfort food. Hope you had a nice Easter. We had a wonderful one. Still in Arizona; be home Monday. Talk to you then.
Love and Blessings,
Pam

Jo said...

Its 1:40pm on Friday and I have just enjoyed left overs for lunch and now thinking about a cup of tea and something sweet!!

That looks very nice:)

Jann Olson said...

Sounds Yummy Roxy! I love using leftover ham. I add it to fried rice and it's good on fried potatoes also. Thanks for sharing your recipe with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

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