These side dishes for ham are a selection of the tastiest sides that are incredibly easy to make and perfect for rounding out your ham menu! Whether you're preparing a ham for a holiday feast or for a hearty weeknight family dinner, these sides will complement your ham's sweet and savory flavors! From mashed potato casserole to sauteed green beans, and honey-glazed carrots, you'll be able to find a dish or two that your family will enjoy!
Sweet potato casserole (with marshmallows) is a classic holiday side dish that tastes more like dessert than it does potatoes! Warm fall spices, brown sugar, pecans, and of course, mini marshmallows, highlight the natural flavor of the sweet potatoes in this beloved old-school recipe. Your loved ones will be scrambling to get to the table with this casserole as part of your Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner spread!
This family-favorite Sweet Potato Casserole with Praline Streusel Topping will make a believer out of any sweet potato cynic! Traditional Sweet Potato
A healthy twist on a traditional sweet potato casserole made with simple ingredients and packe with flavor!
Twice Baked Potatoes Casserole (Golden Potatoes) is an easy to prepare, crowd-pleasing side dish that can be made ahead of time. Baked potatoes are shredded, combined with butter, Cheddar cheese, sour cream and green onion, and baked with a breadcrumb topping. So easy, so scrumptious!!
Individual servings of twice baked sweet potato casserole make the perfect Thanksgiving side dish, no matter how many guests you'll be hosting. Topped with cinnamon sugar and mini marshmallows for extra sweetness!
These Christmas casserole recipes are family favorites dishes that are easy to make and perfect for feeding a crowd! They are the perfect way to whip up a last-minute meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Just grab your ingredients, combine them in a casserole dish, and bake!
Add egg to mashed potatoes in order to get a rich, creamy, delicious, and velvety bowl of buttery potatoes! This article is going to break down exactly why you should add in an egg, the difference that it makes, and how to do it! You'll never want to make mashed potatoes another way again!
This mashed potato casserole features creamy mashed potatoes, cheese, flavorful seasoning, and a crunchy breadcrumb topping! These potatoes are a great way to mix up your standard mashed potato recipes. Plus, it's the perfect recipe for using up leftover potatoes or you can make it from scratch!
This sweet potato casserole uses apples and Autumnal spices to pack in the seasonal flavours, and is finished with a delicious crunchy pecan topping.
This chicken potato casserole is loaded with flavors, it's easy to cook and kids love it too. It's the perfect family dinner that you will be making over and over.
Sweet potato casserole with streusel topping is perfect for your holiday table. The crumbly buttery topping and warm spices are a favorite.
Scalloped Sweet Potato Casserole Thinly sliced sweet potatoes layered with a creamy sauce and gruyère cheese then baked with a crispy crust.
This dish is Russia’s version of Shepherd’s Pie.. The potato Zapekanka is basically a potato casserole with minced meat (beef) in between 2 layers of
Syrniki Cheese Pancakes Syrniki (tvorozhniki) cheese pancakes also know as “Russian Cheesecakes” is a very popular dish in Serbian & Russian cuisine… Potato Casserole With
This healthy sweet potato casserole is lighter than most candied sweet potato casseroles, so you can enjoy the naturally sweet potato.
This flavorful ham and potato casserole combines these two hearty ingredients into a meal that's just as wonderful for breakfast as it is for dinner! Hearty potatoes and savory diced ham get layered with a rich, luscious cheese sauce for a heavenly meal!
How to make a Mashed Potato Casserole. Ingredients: Serves 6 3 pounds of russet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 and 1/2 inch pieces3/4 cup of milk4 tablespoons of butter, melted1 cup of sour creamSalt and pepper to taste1 2/3 cups of shredded cheddar cheese, divided use1/2 cup crumbled cooked bacon1