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Ham Cubes

Posted by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 9:53 AM
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I have a pound of ham cubes that I have no clue what to do with.  I'd make ham and green beans but that's not a fav in my house.  I've been making mac-n-cheese with it and green beans but SO tiring of that one.  I need something that's easy and that a 12, 13 and 16 year old will eat.  LOL  Thanks for the help!!  :o)

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j9gem
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 10:02 AM

Toss some in a salad with some diced hard boiled eggs.  Yum!  We actually just had that for lunch yesterday.  :) 

 

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AM-BRAT
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 10:09 AM

I HAVE A GREAT ONE IF YOU LIKE HAWAIIN STYLE PIZZA. IT SEEMS KOOKY, BUT IT'S GOOD. I'LL SEE IF I CAN REMEMBER IT, AND IF YOU LIKE THE SOUNDS OF IT, I'LL LOOK FOR THE ACTUAL REC.

YOU TAKE CUBED HAM, A CAN OF CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, AND GREEN ONIONS. STIR TOGETHER AND POUR INTO BAKING DISH. MIX BISCQUICK AND MILK, AND POUR OVER. BAKE FOR A WHILE, THEN SPRINKLE IN CHEESE AND BAKE A LITTLE LONGER.

IT'S ACTUALLY REALLY GOOD. LET ME KNOW!

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tntroberts
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 11:49 AM

sounds yummy!!  please , I would like the recipe!!

sahm_krystal33
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 12:43 PM

What about a breakfast casserole? This can be done for dinner or breakfast.

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sahm_krystal33
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 12:46 PM

I would make ham and bean soup or ham and cheesy scalloped potatoes - that's always a favorite around here and there are never any leftovers! I have a good crockpot recipie for it if that sounds like something you might want to try. The idea for ham salad on sandwiches or crackers is a good one too.

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Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
And never stops at all.
AM-BRAT
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 3:09 PM

HEY THERE, SORRY! WE WERE OFF RUNNING ERRANDS. HERE IS THE HAM PINEAPPLE BAKE, AND ONE MORE.

HAM PINEAPPLE BAKE

1 1/2 CUPS FULLY COOKED HAM, CUBED

1 CAN (8 OZ) CRUSHED PINEAPPLE IN JUICE, DRAINED

4 MEDIUM GREEN ONIONS (1/4 CUP)

1 CUP ORIGINAL BISQUICK

1 CUP MILK

2 EGGS

2 TSP YELLOW MUSTARD

1 CUP SHREDDED COLBY JACK

 

4OO DEGREE OVEN. SPRAY BAKING DISH WITH COOKING SPRAY. SPRINKLE HAM, PINEAPPLE, AND ONIONS IN DISH.

IN A SEPERATE BOWL, MIX EGGS, BISQUICK, MILK AND MUSTARD, POUR OVER HAM MIXTURE. BAKE 25 MIN, CHECK WITH TOOTHPICK. SPRINKLE CHEESE, MELT.

 

HEAVENLY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

COOKED, CUBED, HAM

1/2 CUP ONION

1 PINT SOUR CREAM

1 CAN CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP

2 CUPS SHREDDED CHEESE

S/P

1 BAG (2 LB) FROZEN HASHBROWNS, THAWED

2 CUPS CRUSHED POTATO CHIPS

1/2 CUP MELTED BUTTER

 

COMBINE HAM, ONION, SOUR CREAM, SOUP, CHEESE, S/P. POUR INTO BAKING DISH. 

PRESS WATER OUT OF HASHBROWNS, TRANSFER TO BAKING DISH. SPRINKLE CHIPS, DRIZZLE BUTTER, BAKE 350 DEG 45 MIN- 1 HOUR.

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tntroberts
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 4:11 PM

both sound great!!  Thanks! 

AM-BRAT
by on Apr. 8, 2009 at 5:11 PM

YOU'RE VERY WELCOME! I JUST WENT BACK AND ACTUALLY ADDED THE HAM PART TO THE SECOND ONE. DUR. IT'S ACTUALLY A REC THAT DOESN'T CALL FOR MEAT, BUT IT SHOULD!

Quoting tntroberts:

both sound great!!  Thanks! 


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Susay
by on Apr. 9, 2009 at 8:31 AM

Scalloped potatoes

1 can cream of mushroom

1 can cheddar cheese soup

1/2 to 1 can milk

small onion

butter

ham cubes

sliced potatoes

salt and pepper

I use electric skillet.  melt a stick of butter and cook onion and ham until onion soft .

add soups and 1/2 can milk.  if you need more liquid later add more milk.

i  slice potatoes in the food processor and pre- cook in a pan on the stove for 5 min, drain and add to elect skillet mix.  stir once in a while....this is great, there will be none left! 

 

 

Susay
lynn_mj13
by on Apr. 9, 2009 at 8:53 AM

First things that come to my mind are potato soup, bean soup, and pea soup. Other than that, you could try making hashbrowns with ham, onions, cheese and scrambled eggs, scalloped or au gratin potatoes with ham. hope this helps

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