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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Option for leftover ham!

I don't know about you but I am always searching for unique, delicious and fun ways to serve the Holiday left-overs to my family.  Yesterday I threw together these amazing-tasting pot pies!

Ok, so I failed to get a photo of it all cooked up 'cause it smelled so good I just couldn't wait to eat them!

I chopped up the ham, mixed in a can of cream of celery soup, frozen stew vegetables (carrots, potatoes, celery, pearl onions), edamame, minced onions & greek seasoning.
Lined my mini loaf stone with pie crusts:
Fill the pies with the mixture and wrap them up tight!
Bake at 450* for 30 minutes or until the crust is golden brown.
*again, sorry for no "after" photo*


Ash said...

thanks for the great idea! I just used up the last of our ham for this. Though I used a regular pie plate and made beef gravy because I didn't have any cream soups but it was super simple to throw together and I think it should taste great. I had never thought to make pot pies with leftover ham! Will definitely be doing this again.

Sandra said...

Mmm this looks good. I'll have to remember this next time we cook a ham. Our little family of 3 doesn't make much of a dent in even the smallest ham I can ever find. Lots of leftovers.