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Serve with your favorite steamed vegetable.
Substitute a serrano chile or canned chipotle pepper in adobo sauce for the jalapeño pepper.
Substitute a 12-cup fluted tube pan for the casserole dish. Spoon prepared Dinner mixture into prepared pan. Do not add remaining crumb topping. Bake as directed. Let stand 10 min. Unmold onto plate; sprinkle with crumb topping.
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We loved this dish! I did tweak a few things though. I used a ham steak instead of deli ham since that's what we had in the house (and I would suggest using the ham steak from now on!). We also like our food nice a spicy(!!), so next time I will add some more jalapenos or something else to spice it up!
Overall, great dish!
This recipe was interesting for me... its more of a side dish -- baked stuffing/ macaroni casserole. I did alter a bit from the recipe -- used 1 10oz box velveeta shells & cheese, shredded cheese, fresh ham, 3 eggs & bread crumbs vs crackers. It was quite dry and not cheesy OR creamy. Its definitely a baked casserole! I would not make again...
My family loved this new recipe. It was quick and easy and delicious. I made a few substitutions - because I haven't been to the store, but it still turned out good. I only used 3 eggs, I added 3 eggs instead of 4, I sauteed onions and used ham chunks - everything else was the same. I will make this again.