This was a WONDERFULLY easy recipe that I grabbed last minute. It really does take only about 10 minutes to make and it tastes excellent. You end up with a creamy white sauce with a bit of a zip to it. I made it exactly as written, and maybe the only thing I would change next time is to add more onions, but only because I love 'em. Definately a keeper on this one. Thanks for posting Kent!
My family loves this dish. Great use for leftover ham. My recipe calls for 2 TBSP dry white wine and 1/3 cup pimentos.
Easy, quick and tasty. Maybe a little more zip would be nice, but I like things spicy. The kids ate it up.
I loved this recipe.....however my DH and DS didn't so much. I don't know why , I thought the flavor was really good and I liked the creamy mustard sauce. I will make again, when the boys are gone and its just us girls at home. Thank you for sharing this with me.
I liked this but my husband found it too bland for his tastes. Definitely easy to prepare (main reason for my four stars)!
Very easy, tasty way to use up leftover ham, which is what we needed! I served it over noodles (as that's what the rest of the family preferred), like a stroganoff. This was a nice change of pace from the usual ham sandwiches; thanks!
This was yummy...really good comfort food. I made it just like the recipe, but I live in Vienna and we can't buy cream of Chicken soup, so I used a package of(creamy)Garlic Soup(Knorr)(I only used 2/3 the amount of water it called for). It was really easy to make and a great way to use up leftover Christmas ham. I will definitely be making this again! Thanks for a yummy new recipe.
My family really liked this one! It reheats well too! I will make it again for them. A great use for leftover ham.