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Grandma had been hiding her famous scalloped potato recipe from us for decades and then… grandma passed away.
Are you curious as to what that twist may be? Well, I’ll tell you: ham! These scalloped spuds are made just like your mother or granny would make them except that ham is also in the mix. Talk about a yummy addition! The chunky ham adds so much flavor and texture to the dish that you can easily eat it as an entree instead of a side. I am seriously considering making these spuds during the holidays. They would make an excellent addition to Easter dinner. The recipe says to use russet potatoes but feel free to use any variety that you have on hand or prefer.
This recipe is for the oven but you can easily make these yummy scalloped potatoes in your slow cooker, too. I’ve tried it before and they turn out quite nice. However, you won’t get that browned layer on top like you would if cooked in the oven.
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Quick Tip: If you don’t like ham you can easily omit it from this recipe…but who doesn’t like ham?