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November 1, 2012

Crustless Ham Savory Bake

Leftover Ham ? Make this delicious Ham Savory Bake !

Lunch or light dinner ..?? This Crustless Ham Savory Bake is for you - it is actually very filling so do not let the "light dinner" confuse you. Add one or two sides, or salads and a roll and you are set

Leftover Ham ? Make this delicious Ham Savory Bake !


I know this recipe by heart, that many times I have made it over the years - but I am sure it was from one of my favorite foodie authors. Nine out of ten times I would use leftover Ham from a previous meal, but I make this with thinly sliced, deli Ham as well. Now you know how to use up your leftover Easter Ham !

If there happens to be a slice or two left the next morning ... it is delicious as a cold (or heat it up) breakfast treat.

Crustless Ham Savory Bake



INGREDIENTS:

1 1/2 cups Flour
1/2 TB Mustard Powder
1/2 t Salt
4 TB Butter, softened
3 cups Milk
3 Extra-Large Eggs
1 Small Onion, chopped finely
1 1/2 cups Cheddar Cheese, grated
300g Cooked Ham, sliced or diced (10 oz)
Handful finely chopped Fresh Parsley

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Pre-heat the oven to 180 deg C (350 deg F) - Spray a 20 x 30cm oven dish with cooking oil
2.) Sift together the Cake Flour, Mustard Powder and Salt in a large mixing bowl - add the Butter and mix until crumbly
3.) Beat the Milk and Eggs together - add to the Flour mixture - stir well
4.) Add the Onion, Cheddar and Ham to the mixture - mix until well combined - transfer to the prepared oven dish - sprinkle the Parsley on top
5.) Bake for 1 hour or until puffed and golden brown {once out of the oven the puff will go down a little}

Remove the dish from the oven - let it rest for 5 minutes - slice and serve!

Leftover Ham ? Make this delicious Ham Savory Bake !


Leftover Ham ? Make this delicious Ham Savory Bake !


18 comments:

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    1. So glad we tried this, Linda! My family loved it :)

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  2. This looks so good. I will need to try this soon.
    Debi

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  3. 300 grams translates to how many pounds (or ounces)? How big would a 20 X 30 cm pan be in inches? Thanks!

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  4. This looks really yummy! I love the spices you used. And no crust: excellent...... I bet it's good with spinach in it too.... :)

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  5. Sounds lovely and not too difficult, exactly what I like :) TY for sharing!

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  6. Yum! We love dinners like this in our house too, your picture look delish!

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  7. ooo this looks SO good! pinning it NOW!!

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  8. We do a Christmas brunch, this may just go on the menu,
    Steph
    swtboutique.blogspot.com

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  9. Linda, this is a great Ham Bake! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  10. This sounds delicious and simple. I might have to make this for my company next week! Thanks! Lacey @ likeplayinghouse.com

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  11. Wow, love that you used cake flour. This recipe totally intrigues me (that is a really good thing). Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures

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  12. YUMMY!!!!!!! Thanks for linking this too!

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  13. Great recipe, I think it would work great with whatever leftovers you had on hand. Maybe spinach!? Saving for future reference.

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  14. This looks yummy! I just love egg dishes, thanks for linking up to Think Tank Thursday last week!

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  15. Leslie:
    I'm always looking for make ahead breakfasts for overnight guests. Do you think this would work to assemble, freeze, thaw in fridge, then bake in the morning?

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  16. What a lovely dish! Could have it for lunch and dinner, I am sure I wouldn't mind:)

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  17. This looks so yummy! I wonder if it will work with GF flour. I'm going to try it!

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