Leftover Ham: One Pan Meal

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Still using up the leftover Christmas ham, you can make a one-pan meal. Add other leftovers to your liking, and don’t be afraid to experiment.

Ingredients:

ham, diced

sweet potato, diced

peas

  1. Cook the potatoes until almost done then add ham and peas.
  2. Warm and serve.

Tips

  • Other ingredient options include green beans, carrots, and/or onions.

Serving Suggestions

Happy Eating!

Shannon

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Categories: Breakfast, Main Meals, One-Pan Meals, Using Leftovers

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3 Comments on “Leftover Ham: One Pan Meal”

  1. Friday, January 15, 2010 at 5:35 pm #

    Thought provoking post. My class mates and I were just discussing this the other evening. Also your site looks great on my old laptop. Now thats uncommon. Nice work.

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