I don't have the whole ham bone for soup, alas, but I have some slices of leftover baked, glazed ham. Is there something inventive I can turn it into for dinner?
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AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
There is nothing like good baked ham on a grilled sandwich. Nothing.
Here are two recipes that caught my eye when they were posted. I haven't tried either, but would (in fact, I'd probably try both) if I had some baked ham on hand:
I would probably cheat on the second one, by using slices of microwaved sweet potato. ;o)
Breakfast for dinner not inventive but I love a breakfast cassarole or a fritata with spinach, onion, slices of roma tomatoes and feta on top with a fruit salad on the side?
Sam is a trusted home cook.
Chop it in matchstick cuts and put on a pizza.
I just blogged a leftover ham fried rice recipe last week: http://www.lovesfoodlovestoeat.blogspot.com/2013/03/ham-fried-rice.html
Eggs Benedict Strata, perfect at this time of year if you happen to have extra hard boiled eggs and ham!
Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I used to make a pasta and cheese dish in which you cooked the pasta, added chopped broccoli at the last minute to the cooking water, then strained it and stirred in shredded mozzarella, olive oil, and chopped baked ham. It was one of my daughter's favorite dishes when she was little.
I have made this recipe using chopped ham instead of bacon:
Very good either way!