Easy One-Dish Ham Bake

Easy One-Dish Ham Bake

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"This is a great easy to make dish - quite simple to make substitutions and use whatever you have available. I never make it with a can of cheese - I simply toss in some shredded cheese before the bisquick. I added some chopped onions in with the broccoli for more flavor - but thats just personal preference. I've also made it with chicken, just as amazing! My husband is picky, and he asks me to make it often!"

- Intelegantblonde

Ingredients

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1 1/2 c milk
1 c milk
3 c cooked ham; Cut up, or chicken
1 cn Condensed cream of mushroom
1 pk Frozen broccoli; cuts, rinsed
1/2 ts Onion powder
2 c Bisquick Original; or Reduced
1 cn Condensed Cheddar cheese

Original recipe makes 10

Servings  

Preparation

Heat oven to 450F. Mix broccoli, soups, 1 cup milk, the ham and the onion powder in ungreased rectangular baking dish, 13x9x2". Mix baking mix and milk. Pour evenly over soup mixture. Sprinkle with parlsey if desired. Bake 27-30 minutes or until light golden brown. Let stand at least 5 minutes. 8-10 servings. High Altitude Directions (3500 to 6500 feet): Bake 30-33 minutes. From Tuscon area newspapers, 1994, 3rd quarter, courtest Mike Orchekowski.

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My family didnt like this at all.
Minka3370 6 months ago
christinebakke 1 year ago
mquattlebaum 2 years ago
Made it as is, but instead of onion powder I chopped a small onion. However the onions were still crunchy so I may use onion powder next time. Also going to substitute cream of chicken for the mushroom. Not the healthiest, but straight up soul food
AKiglics 2 years ago
I love how versatile this recipe is. I think I'll try some summer squash out of the garden next time!
Momof9 2 years ago
I grabbed this recipe to use up my leftover ham at Easter. Was a big hit! I've also made with cut up chicken and tastes just as good too.
Calispur 2 years ago
Very good. Will make it again maybe with chicken.
LilyBear 2 years ago
Quick & yummy! Added more bisquik topping. Kids love it
deannahall 2 years ago
Recipe was bland when cooked as stated. Had to add salt & pepper to tolerate. Cooked an extra 5 minutes, and bisquick mixture was still gooey on bottom.
Lauraspecs 3 years ago
Made it with chicken and real cheddar cheese and it came out bomb! I've made it twice sense then
hey_kyle43 3 years ago
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