Delicious. I made this using 12 oz of egg noodles and it was still nice and creamy. It's great served with a side of steamed broccoli. This makes a nice quick dinner thay everyone will enjoy. Thanx for sharing. Miss ya, Stacky!
This was good. Nothing that says "Wow!", but still good comfort food.
This was a gloppy nasty mess. Like the other reviews said I could of added another quart of milk and it STILL would have a solid lump of mess that if you follow these directions dies not turn out AT ALL like the picture. First off if I'm correct it calls for using ham that is basically already cooked and then the instructions call for cooking it with the onion for 15 minutes? That made the ham shrivel up into hard tasteless crumbs. The instructions never say when the additional seasoning and ingredients are supposed to be added and even though we added peas, an additional cup of milk, additional salt
Agree with Choco Chip, a very good comfort food but no wow factor. I ended up adding more than double the milk and felt like I could have kept adding more. The cheese really thickened up everything in the end and that was disappointing.
I was suprised how yummy this was! I used left over spaghetti noodles & parmesan cheese-- because that's what I had on hand! I also added some frozen peas. But I loved the taste & my toodler gobbled it down, too!
Actually, I would give it a 3.5. It was better than a 3 but not quite a four. I substituted water for the milk and felt afterwards it could have used maybe another 1/4 cup. Upon first reading, I thought it was a lot of cheese, but it absorbed it all. Good use for left over ham and an easy meal to make.
Ok, I have to start this with a disclaimer: I'm not a big fan of ham to begin with and I like ham casseroles even less. But I had leftover ham I needed to use. So imagine my surprise to find that I loved this!! I admit, I tinkered with it a bit. I had some fresh asparagus that I needed to use, so I added about 15 spears cut in 1" pieces when the onion was almost done. Used 1 cup sharp cheddar and 1 cup longhorn cheddar since that's what I had on hand. Also, my sauce turned out very thick, so I ended up adding about 1/4 cup or so of water to thin it out enough to coat the noodles. Thank you Stacy for a ham casserole recipe that I actually like! I'm sticking this recipe in my favorites to make next time I have ham left over. :-)
Even with some alterations this recipes earned accolations from the kids and was gobbled down before I could get pics....Sorry Stacy...but there will be an next time! I used cheddar chesse soup and had to use quite a bit more milk, but oh this was so good...and rich! Great stovetop dinner in 1 pan, but would be just as good with some buttered crumbs on top and baked til nice and bubbly...Thanks Stacy for one we loved!!!