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New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham recipe
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This classic comfort dish got a smart makeover, but the taste has stayed firmly in the delicious past. Our foolproof technique ensures less prep time and a creamy result.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
16 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
1/3/2006
In reference to naneo's comment - this would be SO easy to halve or even quarter. I really can't see why you couldn't make the whole recipe into two dishes and freeze one up for later. Just be a little creative!
posted:
1/3/2006
A friend made this recipe and brought it to our church Christmas party. Several of the ladies, including myself and my mother had to have this recipe. The taste of the potatoes was delicious! We will be making this recipe many times in the future.Thank you very much for sending this recipe to me.
posted:
1/3/2006
I have a better and easier scallop potato recipe. Sliced potatoes (I prefer Red). 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 1/3 c evaporated milk, 1 finely chopped onion, and half a cup montery jack cheese,salt and pepper to taste. Mix wet ingredients, cheese and onion add potatoes put in greased pan. Sprinkle with 1/2 cup of cheese. bake until brown and bubbly. Soup and cheeses can be purchased low fat if desired.
posted:
1/3/2006
would like to make this recipe but 16 servings is too much for two people. If you could alter this recipe it would be a great help. Thank you. MJS
posted:
12/27/2005
This was so good! I did modify it slightly. Instead of mashing the potatoes I left them traditionally sliced and then carefully stirred in the other ingredients. I did boil the potatoes for 5-6 min. before mixing them with the other ingredients and then putting the whole thing in the oven. Overall, this recipe is great! ... and low fat with the light cheese and fat free sour cream. We will surely make this recipe again.
posted:
12/7/2005
My 11 year old have five (5) helpings of this diah, and my mother in law was amazed. I will make again and keep this receipe in our family cookbook.
posted:
11/3/2005
I used russet potatoes which turned this dish into lumpy mashed potatoes. I also added bacon and red onion. My husband just loves this dish. It is really tasty. I will make it again even though it's kind of a time consuming, messy recipe. It makes a lot, too.
posted:
10/5/2005
it was easy and the whole family loved it!! I'm passing it on to my sisters to try!
posted:
8/18/2005
My husband and I both loved the taste of this dish. I had to use regular onions and sour cream though as well as some russet potatoes because I didnt have enough red. My only disappointment is that it turned out more like potatoe mush than scalloped potatoes, but it was still good. Next time I'll crumble bacon into it. Will definately make again!
posted:
7/26/2005
This was pretty good - we loved the sauce. I cut my potatoes too thick and they took forever to cook. The next time I make it, I'll cube the potatoes first.
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