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Friday, November 4, 2011

Ham and Cheese Casserole (step by step)

Ham and Cheese......yummmmm!

Start with some bread.  
It's better to use a good thick bread instead of the cheap sandwich bread.  Butter one side and place the butter side down in your pan.  I do 2 8x8 pans so I can have it for 2 nights of dinner.

Then dice up some ham and place that right on top of the bread. The amount depends on how much ham you like, I use about 2 cups for an 8x8 pan.
 Now dice up your cheese.  You do not want to use pre-shredded cheese for this.  It does not give you the same results.  I use about 1 cup of cheese for an 8x8 pan.  Mix it up.
 Next, butter your bread and place it butter side up.  Then poke some holes in the bread with a fork.  You will then take 1 cup of milk and 3 eggs and wisp those together and then pour it over your bread.
 After you pour the milk and egg mixture over the bread, season it with some garlic salt and my favorite is Salad Supreme from McCormick.  Cover this and place in fridge and let it sit for 6-8 hours before you cook it.  Cook for 40-50 minutes on 350*.  Let it set up for about 30 minutes before you serve it to your family.  They will love it for sure!



Debbie H said...

This looks easy, fabulous, and a great way to use up leftover ham at the holidays, can't wait to try it, thanks!

Michelle said...

this looks soooo easy and absolutely delicious...like a big toastie. Thanks for sharing.