This is such a great, easy recipe to use up some of that left over Christmas or Easter Ham. The first time I made it, I basically followed the recipe (did not use as much brown sugar, I don't like really sweet) the second time I did add about 1/2 a small onion and a little cheese mixed in and a little on the top. You do not have to it will stand on it's own but I like to fiddle with recipes.
DON'T use fresh pineapple in this recipe. There is a chemical in fresh pineapple (which is neutralized by the canning process) which turns the ham to mush. Which I forgot until after I tried to eat this. BLECH! No fault of the recipe, just a caution for others. :) The kids loved it, but the adults couldn't eat it.
This was so easy! I made a ham and had sooo much left over - this recipe was a real winner with myself and my hubby! Thank you tons for posting it, Cookbook Barbie :D
This was good, quick, and easy. I cooked my rice with a tbsp or two of butter. I also mixed in some chopped onion and a little cheddar cheese, too. The kids really enjoyed it. I'll make this again, thanx!
I really liked this. It was sweet and I like sweet. My husband thought it was okay, but he is more of a salt fan. It reheats well. I will make this again.
A very tasty casserole. I used a 14 ounce tin of crushed pineapple. We felt it could be a wee bit dryer but the flavour was extremely good. I will certainly make this again.
Excellent! Definitely a keeper;My husband said not to change a thing. :) The recipe was so quick and easy. I did make a couple substitutions. I didn't have lemon juice or ground mustard, so I used lime juice and prepared Dijon mustard. Plus, I used brown rice to give it a little more nutritional punch. I also added about a cup of shredded mozzarella cheese on top.
I added just a touch of thyme to mine, but I tasted it before I did that and this is very good! I happened to have all three major ingredients in my frige and this really made very good use of them. I will certainly be making this again! (even the husband liked it!)