Ham and Au Gratin Potatoes

"This is a very good casserole that I make a lot. Especially when I won't have a lot of time."
 
Ham and Au Gratin Potatoes created by Terri F.
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1hr 30mins
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  • In 9x13 casserole dish layer 1/2 the potatoes, onion, ham, and cheese.
  • Repeat layers.
  • Mix soup, milk, and thyme.
  • Pour over top. Cover with foil.
  • Bake at 370* for 1 hour 15 minutes or until potatoes are done.
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  1. tomkatmor
    I want to freeze it for later. Should I cook it first and then freeze or freeze and cook after it's thawed ? Thank you !
     
  2. Aunt Paula
    Used up my last over Easter ham to make this dish. So glad, because my teenage son, absolutely loved it! I was thrilled when he complimented me not once but twice on how good those potatoes were. Thanks for another great recipe!
     
  3. Chesska
    This was excellent! I prepared the casserole while my kids were napping and then threw it in the oven an hour and a half before supper time. I've been searching for lower calorie meals that would satisfy both my DH and my picky kids - and we all loved this! I used cream of celery rather than mushroom because it was lower in calories and a whole tsp of thyme. Thanks for posting!!
     
  4. kzbhansen
    This was very good. I didn't have shredded american so I used shredded cheddar. I also used half & half to make the sauce creamier and it was good. I didn't know how thick to slice my potatoes so next time I will slice them paper thin. Mine I slices thick. Thanks for sharing!!!! I will make this again
     
  5. CASunshine
    I had leftover Thanksgiving ham and yukon gold potatoes but used cheddar in place of the American cheese. This was super and easy and delicious. The leftovers were even better! Loved the crusty edges mine got. In our house, the crusty edges are something to fight over!
     
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