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New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham recipe
photo by:kraft
Scalloped potatoes with ham is one of our all-time favorite comfort food dishes—and in this HEALTHY LIVING recipe, we've made it a smart one too.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
16 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
1/29/2006
i really liked this recipe, will definetly make it again as it was easy and very good. instead of using regular ham I used maple ham which added some nice flavor to the dish.
posted:
1/26/2006
My spouse loved this recipe. In addition, leftovers were shared with co-workers and they agreed that it was a great meal. This recipe makes a lot of food.
posted:
1/11/2006
The quantities on this recipe are off. I use half as many potatoes, the same amount of sour cream, and double the ham, and it still filled a 13x9 and was quite delicious. I also substituted shredded fat free mozzarella & cheddar for the Welvetta, which lowers the sodium quite a bit. It was definitely delicious!
posted:
1/10/2006
My family liked this recipe. However, I substituted Kraft Cheese Cubes for the Velveeta.
posted:
1/10/2006
My husband & I loved this dish! In an effort to try to cut carbs, I used half the potatoes and added fresh brocolli and cauliflower. I cooked it with a lid on to steam the fresh veggies and mashed all of the potatoes. A great one-dish meal! Thanks!!
posted:
1/9/2006
My husband said it was the best dish he had eaten in awhile and my four year old said he wanted it everyday and my five year old gave it a 5 on a scale of 1-5. When they are happy, I am happy!
posted:
1/8/2006
Very good, but the mixture was a little mushier/runnier than the picture looked. I think next time I will mash less of the mixture or use more potatoes in it. Very tasty and a big hit!
posted:
1/8/2006
My family and I loved this recipe. It was easy to make and was delicious. We will definately make this a famly favorite!
posted:
1/7/2006
I haven't made this recipe, but a note to A Cook, I don't know what soup recipe you are talking about, but for years (even before it was ever printed on Cambell's soup label) I have added Cheddar Cheese soup mixed with about 1/2 can of milk to my scalloped potatoes and ham. I just layer my potatoes, then onions, ham, and soup mixture, plus any spices I may add (salt, pepper, galic powder, maybe a little basil) and bake until potatoes are tender. Oh, and I use food processor to slice potatoes and onions. Hope this helps. My own opinion on the velveeta, I love velveeta, so I think this recipe would be good.
posted:
1/6/2006
I have a silly question...When you add the sour cream to the potatoes and mash, do you add it to the 3/4 of potatoes or the 1/4 left potatoes? I think I know, but I want to make sure. This recipe sounds wonderful! Thanks so much!
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