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Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

This is my all time favorite!

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1hr 30mins
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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • Cut ham into serving size pieces; brown lightly on both sides in skillet.
  • Stir flour into fat in skillet and add soup.
  • Gradually add milk and heat to boiling; stir constantly.
  • In 2-qt.
  • casserole arrange layers of ham, potatoes, carrots and onion until all are used, sprinkling salt and pepper lightly on the vegetables.
  • Pour on soup and milk mixture.
  • Cover and bake 1 hour.
  • Remove cover and bake 15 minutes more; or until potatoes are tender.
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  1. catercow
    very good--but i omitted the cooking in the fat part as the ham was already cooked and it made it a bit healthier
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  2. vfranc2
    I mixed the flour in with the fried ham as it doesn't say to remove ham from the skillet. This put my ham in the soup mixture and I could not layer ham as directions say. Regardless, this tasted delicious. I will be making this again, the right way next time.
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  3. diana woloszyk
    Excellent recipe!! My husband and I both agree on this. I had left- over spiral sliced ham to use. It's sweet flavor brought out the best taste ever. Thanks Chris. Diana W.
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  4. SharonP
    This was a great recipe for leftover ham...it tasted good and went together nicely...also had all of the ingredients on hand... It was just a tad salty for my taste, although my husband enjoyed it just the way it was... Thanks for posting this...Sharon P.
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  5. Auntie Edie
    I just used ham, non-smoked, and probably added more onions than called for, and it was wonderful. Even my husband thought it was great, and he is a non-carrot eater. Thanks Chris...you made my day.
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