honestly...i haven't an idea of where i got this recipe from...i mean, somewhere online here, but...from there, happy hunting. all i can tell you is it's yummy.
i had cleaned out our fridge/freezer a few weeks ago & made a list of recipies i could use with what we had...i found this little baby online! it's been sitting on our counter just waiting for me to make it!
this sunday after church was the day. normally i try to prep before Sunday, so we're literally getting home & doing NOTHING. just relaxing, eating & enjoying each other & our day of rest. but i cut a few potatoes & dumped some spices in. by supper, it was ready!
so, start by getting your crockpot out & dumping everything in it...i mean, there are 'official' instructions, i guess...but i just kinda threw it all in there & it was delish. so, if you like to 'follow the rules' with cooking, here you go!
*6-8 slices ham, deli or from leftover ham, about 1/8-inch thick
(i took 1/2 frozen turkey ham & stuck it in the crockpot...the end)
*8-10 medium potatoes, peeled & thinly sliced
(i did 8...didn't peel...sliced like you see 'em...kinda thin(ish))
*1 medium onion, peeled & thinly sliced
(how about 1.5 TB minced onion? yeah? okay, perfect!)
*salt & pepper (i did 1 TSP. each)
*1.5 C grated cheddar cheese
(how about 1 whole bag of kraft cheese? mmmmm.)
*2 cans condensed cream of celery or cream of mushroom soup
(i did 1 of each!)
*paprika (i did 1 TSP.)
Put half of ham, potatoes & onions in crock pot. sprinkle with salt & pepper, then 1 cup of gratedhceese. add remaining ham, potatoes & onions. spoon undiluted soup over the top. sprinkle with remaining 1/2 cup cheese & paprika. cover & cook on low for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours.
(i put everything in there & put on high for 4 hours or maybe a little more...suggestion: i turned hand a few times to make sure it was all getting cooked since it was frozen...and i also tried to keep potatoes under soupy, juicy mixture. that way they weren't crunchy!)
overall, i FINALLY found another meal to add to our 'staples'... i LOVED this & will be making it for my momsies & dadsies sometime because i think they'll like it...AND HONESTLY..i'm not really a ham person...and not to toot my own horn, but this was probably the best ham i've ever had -- it WAS NOT CHEWY AT ANY PART...wait, i just thought of something...it was turkey ham...does that make a difference? hmmm...who cares...delish. anyways, it did make our tummies hurt a bit. but i think we may've just ate too much of it.
hope you try it & enjoy! give me what you think, if you do!
PS...had for leftovers tonight...and adam did for lunch today...still as good!