Underground Ham Casserole

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In our home this recipe is always a favorite, especially during the colder winter days. It is quick, and easy to make with very little clean-up.

Serve with your favorite vegetable or side salad. Your family will love you for it!

Mix all of the following 7 ingredients and heat.

2 Cups cubed ham
2 Tbl. Oleo
¼ Cup chopped onion
1 Can cream of chicken or mushroom soup
½ Cup milk
1 Cup Velveeta cheese
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

Make your mashed potatoes; mix with sour cream, set aside.

2 – 3 Cups of mashed potatoes (real or instant) I prefer real.
1 container of sour cream

Put the heated ham mixture in bottom of casserole dish and top with potatoes.

 

Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes.

Suggestions: You may top this casserole dish with fried bacon pieces.

Top with shredded cheese during the last 5 minutes.

*Special thanks to my friend Ruthie Miller for this recipe.

Editor’s note – This recipe was brought to mind after Sheryl completed the introduction to Lighthouses of the Great Lakes Region article which references the underground railroad. She will be sharing some interesting history about many of these lighthouses with us in the upcoming weeks.

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