Dolly's Ham Casserole

Today, I am participating in Tasty Tuesday with a bunch of other bloggers over at this blog. I love cookbooks...I just sit and read them. Sometimes without any intent of cooking a thing.

But, some of my family favorites don't come from cookbooks but good friends and family.
This recipe is from my mom called "Dolly's Ham Casserole"...who is Dolly? I don't know..a great aunt???an old neighbor?
But, if you baked a big ham for Easter...here is what you can do with the leftovers...Enjoy~

Dolly's Ham Casserole

Saute 1/4 cup gr. onion and 1/4 cup green pepper in 2 T of butter in skillet
Add 2 cups of cubed ham; warm up
Then transfer this to a 9 by 13 pan and add 1 cup of sharp cheese (should begin to melt);add 1/2 cup mayo; add 3 cups of thawed frozen hash potatoes or cubed; Mix it all up!

Bake in oven for 30 minutes at 350
Take out and put crushed potatoe chips on top; put back in oven for 5 more minutes.
Enjoy!

Thank you Dolly (whoever you are!)


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38 comments:

Becky said...

Yay! Hello Dolly. I have been thinking about ham casserole since I bought a ham this week. Thank you!

The giveaway sounds intriguing. :-)

Darlene said...

Dolly's ham casserole sounds YUMMY to me! I LOVE recipes like that!♥

April said...

I have so much ham left over from Easter and I've been trying to think of what I could do with it, other than the usual quiche. Thank you, Dolly, for saving the day! Your recipe sounds fabulous!

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

My husband would like this!

I always cut it up in bite size pieces and add the bone to pea soup!

Busy Bee Suz said...

That sounds really yummy...I think my girls will even enjoy it. Thanks!

Smelling Coffee said...

I'm already there. :-) And, thanks for Dolly's Ham casserole! That's one recipe I'll surely use! Thanks, Dolly and Sandy Toes. ;-)

Jo said...

I'm with you on the cookbooks ~ do you think we could start a Book Club where you only read cookbooks?

Dolly's recipe looks yummy and I just happen to have some left over ham from Easter!

Jo

Laura Trevey said...

Hi, I just found your adorable blog!! You had me at "Shell in Your Pocket" ....
Love the name :)
Have a great day!

At Home In Georgia said...

YUMMY! I love using leftovers like that.

Jen@Balancing Beauty and Bedlam said...

Thank you DOLLY, and Sandy Toes. I normally do split pea soup with my leftovers, but you can only do that so many times. I LOVE this!! And am definitely making this one. YEA!
Thanks for linking up. :)

Montee said...

You always share the best recipes!

I love cookbooks too. My hutch is full of them, some from my grandmother's kitchen.

Misti of Studio M Designs said...

Sounds delish! I have mounds of leftover ham in the freezer. Anything with cheese and hashbrowns has got to be good!
~Misti

Jan the crazy lady said...

I love the song you are playing. That commercial is the best for double tree.

Have fun with your ham casserole. I could use this for that extra that is in the fridge.

Have a super day.

Sherry said...

THis looks fabulous and something my family would probably devour! Thanks for posting! :D

have a great day!
Sherry

Janene said...

Ham and Hashbrown potatoes! Yumm-0
Can't go wrong with a combination like that!
Thanks fro sharing!

Joanna said...

Sounds yummy! I love cook books too. Hubby thinks I'm silly for reading them even if I'm not recipe searching.

heresmycuplord said...

Sounds good. I love making dishes like this with leftover ham.
Ginger

Carrie said...

I love recipe books too thanks for sharing a great recipe!

The giveaway sounds exciting!

Rachel said...

YuM!! Thanks for the recipe! I've already added it to my recipe file on my computer!! I'll be making this one for sure!

:)Rachel

Anonymous said...

Who is Dolly she is a golf pal of your grandmothers, all are gone now but they were great golfers and cooks......your mom

Lindsey said...

Oh yummy!!!

Jboo said...

Sounds great! Love your recipes!!

Janet

Carol said...

What a great recipe! I wondered what I should do with the rest of this ham!!

.Keli. said...

Now I'm going to be singing Hello Dolly all afternoon! Sounds yummo!!!

Our Complete Family said...

Clever recipe that Dolly had, hu? Sounds good and one I'm jotting down!
I had fun catching up on your posts. The kiddos look adorable in their Easter outfits and the photos you took turned out GREAT!
Hope you're back to good and happy with your family and friends leaving town. It's always hard to go back to a 'quiet' house, isn't it?
Good to 'see' you Sandy Toes!
xo Les

Jill said...

YUM! Thanks for sharing!- great way to use our leftover ham!
Many Blessings!

Tracey said...

This is perfect - I have a platter of ham left over from Sunday's Easter lunch! Thanks for sharing!

theArthurClan said...

That really sounds absolutely delicious. Yum!

Ruby Red Slippers said...

Thank you, Dolly-dinner is on you tonight at our house!
Yea!!! I am already a follower!!! Hope I win...

LuLu said...

I read you everyday I can't believe I forgot to click on the follow button.My habit is to type your www in with my morning tea!!! but now you have my pin wheel!!! yippee!!!!
thanks for the recipe looks yummy!
LuLu

Phillips Phamily Mama said...

Sounds yummy! Love it, Dolly... wherever you are!

Hoosier Homemade said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on the Creamsicle Cupcakes! The Ham Casserole looks great! Thanks for sharing!
~Liz

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

After reading this recipe, I am wishing I cooked the ham for our Easter dinner.....I might have to go out and buy a ham to try this one!!

Amy said...

That casserole sounds yummy!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Dolly did good with this!

XO,

Sheila :-)

It' an Evolution said...

Oh my goodness...Ham is everywhere. I just made ham bean soup tonight... :) Left over city.
Janet

Blue Castle said...

That is just what I need! I've got ham coming out my ears. Thank you. :)

Liz said...

That sounds so good! Thanks for sharing!