Munner's Scalloped Ham and Cabbage

Munner's Scalloped Ham And Cabbage Recipe

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nan kelley


We weren't poor growing up but we sure didn't waste either. After Christmas dinner my mother would freeze part of the Christmas ham for New Years day dinner. So I guess you could call this New Years Day Ham and Scallop Cabbage!


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6 c
left over ham from christmas dinner. (or we have it all year round)
1 head
1 can(s)
cream of celery soup
1 can(s)
cream of cheddar soup
3-4 c
of velveeta cheese
of ritz crackers
1 stick
1/2 c
can milk
silver coins (my grandson is 15 yrs old and still likes to look for the coins at new years dinner)
1-2 stick
of celery

How to Make Munner's Scalloped Ham and Cabbage


  • 1Cut your cabbage into small pieces. Blanch it for about 15 mins. Put cabbage into large casserole dish. Cut ham into cubes add to the casserole dish.Cut up your celery into small pieces and add it to your mixture. Then add your cream soups. Cut your Velveeta cheese into cubes and add to your mixture. Then add can milk and mix well. You can add your silver coins now too.
  • 2Put your butter in a skillet after it melts crumble up your Ritz crackers into your butter and brown on top of the stove. Sprinkle on top of your ham and cabbage mixture.
  • 3Heat oven at 350 degrees. Place casserole dish with your ham and cabbage mixture into oven. Bake for about one hour. Your mixture will bubble and the cheese will melt. The crackers on top will get a pretty golden brown. I serve this dish at our New Years dinner, the kids love it.

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About Munner's Scalloped Ham and Cabbage

Course/Dish: Pork, Seafood

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