One-Pot Ham Dinner
photo by Swan Valley Tammi
- Ready In:
- Spray a 3 quart casserole dish with cooking spray.
- Layer ham and potatoes in dish; sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Top with beans and onion.
- Combine soup and water; pour over all.
- Bake at 350F for 45-50 minutes.
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what a wonderful recipe..so easy. I did not use the salt or pepper desided if my brother or I wanted it we could add it. I diced up the ham and potatoes and onion and it worked out really well. Thank You for a recipe that I had everything on hand. It tasted as good as having everything on hand..GREAT..Thank You..Hugs
This has been a favorite of mine ever since I saw it in Taste of Home magazine. The original recipe called for 1 fully cooked ham slice (1 to 1-1/2 lbs) and then layer the potatoes, onion and green beans on top and pour the soup mixture over it. This recipe also works great in a crockpot or using the slow cooker feature on your stove. It is an easy Sunday dinner. Put in oven or crockpot before church and dinner is waiting when you get home. I highly recommend this recipe.
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