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I was looking for a quick recipe to use up some leftover ham, and decided to try this. It was a delicious, easy to prepare, recipe! The only change I made was to use the whole can of cream of chicken soup and just regular potatoes, since I didn't have any red ones on hand. The extra soup gave the dish a little more of the delicious sauce! I'll certainly be making shis again! Thanks for sharing!

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BrendaM October 14, 2003

Very good recipe!I did make a couple changes.I used seet onion instead of the green onions,didn't have any green.I used the whole can of soup,didn't have a use for a 1/2 can of leftover soup. I didn't have the parmesan seasoned bread crumbs so I used more cheddar cheese for the toping. This is a dish I will make again. Thanks for sharing:0)

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Chef 920429 August 29, 2003

This is a great one-dish meal! In the morning, after boiling the potatoes, I assembled the dish and put it in the refrigerator. At supper time, I just popped it in the oven. Since the dish was well-chilled from the refrigerator, it took about 60 to thoroughly heat up. Great meal, Fluffy. Thank you so much. :-)

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Merlot August 17, 2003

Absolutely Fab!!! I had to use frozen hash browns as thats all there was, came out beautifully. DH loved it wants it often.

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Apios April 06, 2005

This is a family favorite. I use russet potatoes, and I don't do the bread crumbs and melted butter on top. I always have a ham steak on hand, so is easy to whip up.

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LORI HA October 31, 2011

This was pretty good. Nice, easy way to use leftover ham. I got it down to 8 WW PPVs/serving with the following changes:

6 servings instead of 4 (which was PLENTY), L/F Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, no bread crumb/melted butter topping.

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Amy020 June 30, 2011

These were some of the best scalloped potatoes and ham I've ever made. I sliced my potatoes instead of quartering and boiling them. I just added the raw potatoes with the dressing to a buttered casserole dish. I also used about 1/4 cup (5 large) green onions and some colby-jack I had left over from the other night. You may need to add a little milk to the dressing, I used about 1/8 cup.

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Chef Petunia September 04, 2010

My family and I really enjoyed this dish. The best part about this dish was that I had all the ingrediants on hand and it was very delicious. I used Yukon Gold potatoes. That was the only difference I made. The dish was also very easy to make. I will definately make this dish again. Thanks :)

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chelleg May 16, 2010

I had to use up some ham so this is the recipe I used. I would increase the ham, add some garlic powder or onion powder. I love bread crumbs on top so I would increase this as well. This was ok.

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Ck2plz April 27, 2010
Heavenly Potatoes and Ham