Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Priscilla's Prize Pot Luck Casserole
With the holiday coming up you might be temped to pull out that tired 60 year old product sponsored recipe of a green bean casserole. You know the one with the gray mushroom soup and fried onions on top. This year try something a bit different! Not only does it look so much better, it tastes better too!
Try it anytime you need to take a casserole to a pot luck, that's how Priscilla won her prizes for this easy dish!
1 ½ cups cook ham cubed
8 oz fresh mushrooms
½ yellow onion chopped
8 – 10 oz fresh green beans
2 ½ cups cubed potatoes (southern style hash browns thawed)
1 can condensed chicken soup
¾ cup milk
¼ to ½ cup shredded white cheese (like mozzarella)
Pre heat the oven to 375. Spray a 2 quart casserole dish.
Rinse the mushrooms, chop the onions, Rinse the green beans, snap off the ends and give it a cut right down the middle.
In a skillet over medium heat, warm 2 tbs oil. Add the onions and the mushrooms and let cook until the moisture leaves, (about 8 minutes) Stir occasionally.
Add the ham cubes and the green beans. Stir them in and let cook together for about another 8 minutes. Notice the beautiful colors!
In a large bowl dish stir in the cubed potatoes. With a slotted spoon, dish the ham mixture into the potatoes.
Using a wooden spoon scrape in the chicken soup. In the empty can, break an egg and add the ¾ cup milk. Stir this up in the can until well mixed. Add the milk – egg mixture. Mix this together well.
Dish into the sprayed casserole.
Sprinkle the shredded cheese on top.
Let this bake in the oven for an hour! Let the cheese turn brown in places and form a nice crust.
This casserole is a complete meal in itself, but you might want to serve it with some bread.
It is so good, you will find it a nice “goto” recipe for any night.
For our music, how about a lively piano?
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