February 24, 2009
What's for Dinner Wednesday - Ham & Potato Casserole
Last evening I had a chub of turkey ham to use. (It really is called a chub.) I decided potatoes would go well with it, and I put to use my create a casserole ideas. The result was pretty good but not great in my opinion. I wasn't going to use it for this post until son #2, who is a real foodie, came home from karate and ate his dinner. He thought it was great!
I might like it better with a different sauce, but this was quick and easy. I was running very late with fixing dinner, but if I had more time I would have added some sauteed onions and maybe mushrooms. Now don't get the wrong impression. I liked it; I just think it could be better. If I altered it to my tastes, however, my son might not be so thrilled with it.
Since What's for dinner? Wednesday is all about giving people gluten-free dinner ideas, I'll give you this one. You might like it as is or make your own changes. If you don't like the sound of it at all, hopefully, there will be better options for you in the links below!
I baked mine at 350 degrees for 30 minutes but the potatoes weren't quite done, so I covered the dish with foil and cooked it another 15 minutes. I think the total time could be shortened if you added the foil sooner. Once the potatoes are done, sprinkle the cheese over top and return the dish to the oven for a few minutes to melt the cheese.
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I love the "What's for Dinner Wednesday" idea. I'll have to partake next week!
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