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Ham Recipes

Take a peek at these recipes that will take you from glazed and baked hams to classic leftovers including roll-ups, casseroles, crepes and more.

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Hearty Bean Soup

This soup is convenient to simmer all day in a slow cooker and your family will love it.—Alice Schnoor, Arion, Iowa
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"Bring an Ingredient" Soup

"Bring an Ingredient" Soup

A steaming bowl of soup is just the thing to take the chill off a cold winter evening spent caroling. Asking each guest to bring an ingredient adds to the fun and means less fuss for you. —Mary Anne McWhirter, Pearland, Texas
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Ham & Sweet Potato Packets

Ham & Sweet Potato Packets

Ham & Sweet Potato Packets

I can my own peaches, so I love making this recipe, shares Janet Ernsbarger of Salina, Kansas. Add a simple salad for a delicious rounded out meal.

Ham & Mandarin Salad

Ham & Mandarin Salad

Ham & Mandarin Salad

I created this salad at the request of all the men in our house. They asked for something tangy, sweet, spicy and manly. This fit the bill. —Patricia Swart, Galloway, New Jersey
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Ham and Apricot Crepes

Ham and Apricot Crepes

Ham and Apricot Crepes

A sweet apricot sauce nicely complements these savory ham crepes.

Golden Ham Croquettes

Golden Ham Croquettes

Golden Ham Croquettes

Neighbors happened to drop in the first time I made these...they loved them! I say my hobby's crafting. Actually, though, it's helping my husband with ranch work and running after the kids. We have four of them, from 13 to 9.

Apple-Topped Ham Steak

Apple-Topped Ham Steak

Apple-Topped Ham Steak

Sweet apples combine nicely with tangy mustard in this dish to create a luscious topping for skillet-fried ham steak. I especially like to serve this to guests in fall.

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Mustard-Glazed Ham

Mustard-Glazed Ham

MY MOM was known as the best cook in the country. This delicious glaze was in her collection of handwritten recipes. I laminated the ones I use most often, and this favorite was included. It's easy to prepare, and everyone seems to like ham made this way. -Dorothy Smith, El Dorado, Arkansas

Old-Fashioned Glazed Ham

Old-Fashioned Glazed Ham

Old-Fashioned Glazed Ham

The fruit juices combine with the ham liquid to make a sweet gravy my family looks forward to having each Easter and Christmas.

Toasted Sandwich with a Twist

Toasted Sandwich with a Twist

Toasted Sandwich with a Twist

Terrific alone or with soup or salad, this savory sandwich has a sweet raisin crust and a mouthwatering ham-turkey-Swiss filling. “This is a little different from the typical grilled sandwich, My mother made it for dinner one evening, and I’ve loved it ever since,” says Lisa Davey of Columbus, Ohio.
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My Best-Ever Jambalaya

My Best-Ever Jambalaya

My Best-Ever Jambalaya

I tried to mimic Jambalaya from my favorite restaurant and it turned out so well my daughter and husband now prefer my recipe and won't order it when we go to the restaurant! —Alexis Van Vulpen, St. Albert, Alberta

Cornmeal Ham Cakes

Cornmeal Ham Cakes

Cornmeal Ham Cakes

These cakes are great for breakfast, but my husband and I also enjoy them for supper. It’s a fantastic way to use up leftover ham. —Priscilla Gilbert, Indian Harbour Beach, Florida

Ham Slice with Pineapple-Orange Sauce

Ham Slice with Pineapple-Orange Sauce

Ham Slice with Pineapple-Orange Sauce

A juicy ham slice is just as tasty as a whole ham, and it's easier and faster to prepare. Plus, topped with golden pineapple sauce, this dish is so elegant on the table.

Ham & Noodles with Veggies

Ham & Noodles with Veggies

Ham & Noodles with Veggies

A hearty, healthy dinner has never been easier! Frozen veggies in cheese sauce with pasta make this meal super fast.

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Split Pea Soup with Bacon & Crab

Many split pea soups use ham and bacon for good, smoky flavor. Taking it one amazing step further-add crab. Freeze this one without toppings (freeze the cooked bacon separately), then reheat soup in a saucepan. Feel free to add more chicken stock or broth when reheating if you need it. Sprinkle bacon and fresh crab on top of bowls of hot soup. Stephen Exel, Des Moines, Illinois
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