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This is a great ham casserole. I am always looking for recipes to use up leftovers. I made this recipe exactly as stated, and it came out delicious. Thanks!

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JuliJ March 14, 2010

Great recipe. I made a few changes since I needed to make it for 8. I only used 2 cups broccoli (instead of 4 - kids don't like broccoli so not easy to disguise), 2 cups cheese (instead of 3), omitted the water and used organic 2% milk (added whole wheat flour later and cooked an additional 10 min. to thicken sauce) instead of the 2 cans low-fat cream of mushroom soup. Also used whole wheat macaroni. Everyone liked it so will definitely make it again.

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healthycookfor6 March 08, 2010

This was a great recipe. I made a few substitutions: penne pasta instead for macaroni, green beans and corn for broccoli. Then I topped the casserole with bread crumbs for an au gratin dish. Even my very picky husband enjoyed it.

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jmhaan December 30, 2011

This was great. I used cream of celery because that was all I had and broiled the cheese on top to get it extra crispy the way I like it. It's just too bad I don't have leftover ham more often. **UPDATE** I've made this as many times as I've had leftover ham and have made it slightly differently every time and it's always been awesome. I've used sliced american cheese slices when I didn't have enough shredded cheese and I've used shredded "cheese product" from holiday gift baskets in a pinch. I think it actually turned out better since it melts so well. I have to make a double batch so we have enough for leftovers and there's only 2 of us.

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*Chef Esther* January 19, 2010

Delicious way to use up the leftover Christmas ham and veggie tray! My 11 year old couldn't get enough of it. The only changes I made were milk instead of water, and four chopped green onions instead of one regular onion. I wasn't sure about the macaroni quantity, so I measured 1-1/2 cups dry macaroni, then I cooked it. It turned out perfect. Enjoy! Dilemmo

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Dilemmo January 04, 2010

HOW GOOD WAS THIS? I'm making it twice in 4 days!! It was very, very tasty with the mushroom soup. I used a 2 qt. round Pyrex bowl and it had plenty of room for the ingredients and was perfect for 2 people. I also added splashes of hot sauce for our taste. The 2nd time I'm making it with cauliflower since I ran out of broccoli. I'm sure it'll work just as good. Thanks for a wonderful recipe that I'll make over and over.

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nemokitty June 08, 2009

So good. Great way to use up that leftover ham from Thanksgiving.

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mommyoffour December 22, 2014

Simple and quick using ingredients I had on hand. Tasted good and very little clean up afterwards.

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rmarvlynn December 08, 2014

Fast, simple, economical, and delicious. Thanks.

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Maven in the Making April 25, 2014

This was delicious! I didn't have quite enough ham so I added extra broccoli, the noodle measurement seemed off to be so I used 2 cups uncooked. I will for sure make this again! No more throwing out left over ham!

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Melliejayne December 09, 2013
Leftover Ham Casserole