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I put the ingredients into a homemade dough for calzones. The filling was good, even added 2 tbsp of sour cream. The family liked the flavor and it was great the next day for lunch. Thank you for inspiration and the easy filling.
I don't want to rate this because I changed it pretty significantly, but I wanted to thank you for posting to inspire me. We rolled out a thawed loaf of white bread dough, and added leftover spiral sliced honey ham from last Sunday's dinner, cooked fresh broccoli and shredded cheddar. We wound up skipping the cream soup because no one in the family really likes it. I baked for 15 minutes at 375, then reduced the heat to 325 for the last 10 minutes because it was browning too quickly. It came out perfect! Thank you again for the inspiration!
This is super quick and easy to make. Perfect for a busy week night. The flavors didn't quite work for me, but over all not a bad recipe.
Very good and very easy! Only took a few minutes to throw together and BOTH kids loved it! Used cheddar/swiss combo of cheese and also baked for longer on 415. Will add this to the rotation!
Mmmmm... I really liked this; it was quick and satisfying (and delicious). I steamed the broccoli and used low fat cream of celery soup, ripped-up sliced deli ham (instead of cubed), and a mozzarella-cheddar combo. I also decided to thaw and roll out a loaf of bread dough instead of using a prepared pizza crust. Then I just spread all of the ingredients and rolled (like a thick jelly roll). Baking it for 20 minutes at 400 didn't seem like enough; I think next time I'll bake it at 425. Some of the dough inside was only half-baked.