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This is a very tasty casserole that is also very versatile. Though the recipe calls for corn flakes, I like to use potato chips as well and it's also nice to make it a one-dish meal by adding veggies of your choice.
Love the apples in this.
Melt butter, add rice and cook over low heat, stirring until golden brown. Add water and salt, continue cooking until rice is tender and water is absorbed.
I love the combination of ingredients in this recipe.
Great recipe to use up some of the leftover Easter ham!
I love ham and cheese together in most everything. This recipe is no different. Very good!
Layer rice, ham, onion, and broccoli in greased 1 1/2 quart casserole. Combine soup, cheese, and milk; spread over broccoli. Bake at 375 degrees F for 20 minutes.
Combine these ingredients and heat to boiling point. Then pour mixture into 1 1/2 qt. casserole and arrange pineapple over top.
Substitute some fresh asparagus in a tasty casserole this spring.
Cool pasta, drain, and rinse in warm water. Put in microwave-safe casserole dish. Add turkey, olives, and mushrooms to pasta. Stir in 1 cup grated cheese and 1/4 tsp. Mrs. Dash.
Recipe for Ham and Rice Casserole. Combine ingredients and turn into a buttered casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes. Serves 6.
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About a million years ago, actually the early 70's, the cafeteria at Motorola SPD fixed a really good ham, potato and cheese casserole. If I use Betty Crocker au gratin potatoes, add a little extra cheese and some ham, it comes kinda close but just isn't quite right. I've searched several cooking websites but still don't quite have it. Any suggestions?
The new issue of Taste of Home has such a recipe. The May issue.
I make mine the same way you do but occasionally add some sour cream to it when it's done cooking. The sour cream makes the casserole a bit thicker and also gives it just a little bit more flavor.
Thank you ladies. I appreciate your help and will try both of your suggestions. Dianne
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In a small saucepan, over medium heat, make a white sauce by melting butter, adding the flour and stirring in the milk. Stir until the sauce thickens. Add grated cheese and macaroni and turn into buttered casserole.