The only recipe I use. I get compliments when people taste my potatoes for the 1st time. I do a few things differently...I cook the onion in the butter before adding flour and I layer the cheese on the potatoes instead of adding it to the mixture; I find it easier to spread. I always make extra because my family loves these left over.
I made this tonight to use up some leftover Christmas ham and it was delicious. Everyone went back for seconds, which is always a good sign, especially when two of them are picky eaters. I didn't add the onion because of the picky eaters and used onion powder instead. I also added some dry mustard powder too. This one is a keeper. Thanks Barbara
LOVED this! I made it with three cans of sliced white potatoes, so the cooking time was a lot less. Was still amazing though.
After a recent wedding we had a lot of leftover seasoned small canned potatoes. I decided to search RecipeZaar to find a way to use them up. WOW....what a find. I made a pan full with leftover ham pieces and there was NOTHING left. Thanks for a great addition to my menu.
I made this yesterday to bring to easter dinner at my boyfriends parents (which I had never met before). I ommitted the onion since I do not like them. I added ham, turkey bacon, parmesean cheese to mine also (about 1 cup) and creole seasoning. I also made mine in the crockpot (about 5 hours). i got rave reviews from the entire family. A entire 5 qt crockpot was cleaned out and everyone was asking for more. I will definately keep this recipe and make over and over.
Loved this! It's different from how I enjoyed it as a kid, but I loved the cheesy taste. :) Thanks for sharing it!
My husband loves scalloped ham and potatoes but, with cheese, he adores it! He is a picky eater, so I am PLEASED he found this new recipe delicious...makes MY day!
My kids have their own name for this dish: "cheesy potato goodness". Good with ham, kielbasa or meatless.
This was soooo good! The sauce was wonderful with the potatoes and ham. Some of my potatoes were slightly undercooked, so I might add 15 minutes or increase the temperature slightly next time, as I will be making this again!
This smelled so good before I even pulled it out. My aunt used to make something very close to this when I was growing up and this tasted pretty much the same to me, so yummy. I even doubled the recipe and it came out great, just cooked it about 30 min longer. Also used vermont white cheddar and a couple tablespoons of white cooking wine in the sauce. Bad-ass!