Ham and Broccoli Ring
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- Ready In:
- 4 ounces ham
- 4 ounces fresh broccoli
- 1 small onion
- 1⁄2 cup fresh parsley
- 6 ounces swiss cheese, shredded
- 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 2 (8 ounce) cans refrigerated crescent dinner rolls
- Preheat oven to 350 F degrees.
- Coarsely chop ham, broccoli, onion, and parsley with food chopper.
- Add cheese, lemon juice, and mustard and mix well, then set aside.
- On a 13 inch pan, arrange crescent triangles in a circle with bases overlapping in center and points to the outside.
- There should be a circle about 3 inches in diameter in the center.
- Spoon filling over bases evenly.
- Fold points of triangles over filling and tuck under bases at the center.
- Filling will not be completely covered.
- Bake 20- 25 minutes until golden brown.
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My Mom and I used to cook this recipe a lot when she worked for the company Cookin' The American Way. I'm a vegetarian now, so I like to substitute Worthington Wham in place of the real ham. I like to cook my onions before adding them, don't care for raw onions. I've used swiss and Monterrey Jack cheese before, both are delicious. You can use frozen broccoli too, just make sure all of the water is squeezed out. My favorite way to cook this is on a stone, makes the crescent rolls crispier. If you do this, you must preheat the stone in the oven, so be very careful when laying out the raw dough.
I tried looking for this on the Pampered Chef site but it wasn't there! Thanks for posting it, this has always been a favorite of mine. It looks spectacular on a buffet and is really quite easy to make. It even tastes great at room temperature. Thanks Bethany for the tip of doing it as a long braid!
I was looking for a way to use up my leftover christmas ham and remebered liking this pampered chef recipe. I really didn't expect to like it, but it tastes really good even thought I don't normally like broccoli. I used chedder cheese instead of swiss. The sweetness of the onions and crescent rolls really pull the flavors together. UPDATE: I made this again. This time I used only one package of the jumbo size crescant rolls. Instead of making a wreath, I just did one long braid. I also lightly sauteed the veggies first and I feel that the fillings melded a little better. All of the filling fit into the one braid. Delicious!!!
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