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A delicious meal! "Props" go to the creator! I substituted hams steaks (which I cubed myself) for sausage, as the hubs doesn't like sausage that much. I fried the ham in apple cider vinegar and molasses for about 15 minutes, but made sure that the extra juices didn't get into the potatoes, as I didn't want it to come out too sweet. The only thing I would change about the recipe was that it came out a bit too rich and cheesy. So next time: LESS VELVEETA, BUTTER, and possibly ADD SAUTEED ONION. This is staying in my recipe box! :)
This was a good easy dish to make. The taste was very good as well.
Fantastic. Will be making again! Thanks, Stacky5 for posting!
This is a definate add to my cookbook. Good and the family loved it. I will be making this again.
We loved this recipe. I didn't cook the potatoes first and used turkey ham. It turned out awesome.
It was easy and quick(ish). But my kids loved it!! I plan on making it again within the next week or so.
This was delicious! I don't think I would eat this as a meal, though.
This was pretty good, it definitely needed some onion or something. It is incredibly rich too, I couldn't eat much of it. Thanks for sharing :)
I have made this recipe several times now. I find it to be a great comfort food; however, it is a bit time consuming. Made recipe as stated with the exception that I triple the recipe as my family enjoys this and the leftovers.
Just made this today its very similar to another casserole I make without cheese. Since christmas just passed I had tons of ham left so I decided to try a different casserole and found this one on pinterest. I didn't add onion but I may add broccoli next time. I also like mine cheesy and have a big family so i added alittle more cheese and potatoes. Thanks for a great recipe.