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This was a hit with the whole family! I added the ham to the rice to brown it a bit...then I added the broth and water. I also didn't bother putting it in the oven...I just finished it on the stove and added steamed broccoli cuts to it after it was cooked. (I kept all the same measurements).

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Dawn to Dusk Cakes October 10, 2013

Easy and great recipe for leftover ham. I swapped peas for the beans and used red onion which was delicious. I will add more rice next time. I added 1 tsp garlic powder and also missed step 2 and had to cook at 400 for an additional 15min to cook the rice. Will definitely make again, thanks!

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lolablitz December 27, 2012

Yum, Yum, Yum. It doesn't get any better than this - Easy, Inexpensive, Nutritious & Totally Delicious. I didn't change a thing. (I almost wanted to add some rice before I put it in the oven as I didn't think it called for enough, but I am glad I didn't - It came out perfect!) I My whole family loved it.

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Penelope P February 13, 2008

Hi Bobbie...no I'm not stalking your recipes (since this is my third review for you). I just happened to have this in my cookbook to try. I was at work and I left the recipe for my hubby to make. He found it very easy to make. He thought it might be a little bit bland, based on the ingredients, but he was blown away at how good it was. He loved it and I did too. Such a simple recipe with simple ingredients, but, oh, so good. Zaar people, you have to try this one! I'm having leftovers for lunch tomorrow. Thanks again, Bobbie!

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PJ Funnybunny August 09, 2007
Ham and Rice Casserole