Total Time
50mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

We are not a ham family, but received a rather large one as a gift. I finally figured out what to do with the leftover ham by tossing several things together. Easy and fast!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. * All of these ingredients can be altered to fit your preferences.
  2. Cook pasta and set aside, while its cooking --.
  3. Cube your ham.
  4. Cut the mushrooms and zucchini into quarters.
  5. Dice onions.
  6. Saute the onions, zucchini and mushrooms in the olive oil and butter.
  7. In a large casserole dish combine the ham, pasta and vegetable.
  8. Add a handful of Montery jack cheese and mix thoroughly.
  9. Sprinkle top with breadcrumbs.
  10. Bake in 350°F oven for 20-30 minutes.
  11. Enjoy!

Reviews

(4)
Most Helpful

I had to make a few changes with what I had on hand; used whole wheat rotini, colby jack cheese, and omitted the mushrooms because I didn't have any. This was a great way to use up some left over ham without utilizing cream of whatever soup. I will make this again using the whole wheat pasta and will add a bit of garlic. Broccoli could very easily be substituted for the zucchini. Very good and filling - thanks for sharing!

VA December 26, 2011

"Oh, WOW!" is what I said after my first bite! This was so simple, and SO delicious! I love that it didnt have the "usual" leftover ham casserole ingredients, like cream soups and potatoes. It was like a grown up, punked out version of mac n' cheese!
I used broccoli and colby jack cheese, because that is what I had on hand, and it turned out so good!! Even the leftovers were tasty!

haras132 February 11, 2011

This is a winner! Had some leftover ham from Easter and was looking for a recipe with ingredients that I had on hand. I made the recipe as is and as I was making it I was concerned that it was going to be dry. It turned out moist and delicous. Everyone loved it and is now a keeper. Thanks for a great recipe!

jrobertfl April 18, 2010

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