Monday, April 7, 2014

Our Favorite Ham Casserole Recipe

This recipe has been our family's favorite for 28 years now.
 I started making this dish when Dale and I were stationed in Bossier City LA.
He was in the Air Force and we were newly married.
 I knew absolutely nothing about cooking or being a wife.
Fortunately, God placed us in an apartment complex with other
young military couples who were all in the same boat.
 They were all new to this marriage and cooking thing, just like me,
and we all shared recipes and learned from each other. 
I even had one sweet lady from Texas
(I can't remember her name)
invite me come to her apartment and let me watch her make
 chicken and dumplins from scratch!
You can find that recipe

The recipe I want  to share with you today is our all time
favorite recipe from our time in Louisiana.
I have made it at least once of month for the past 28 years.
 It's so simple, so good and kids just love it.
I love it so much because I am a pasta freak!
If I were ever limited to eating one type of food, I pray it would be Pasta!

Okay, here is what you will need...

                                             1 pkg Egg Noodle, cooked with salt and drained
                                             1 cup chopped Ham (any kind will do)
                                             1 8oz block Monterrey Jack Cheese chopped 
                                             3/4 cup milk
                                             2 cans Cream of Mushroom soup 

Mix all together in a 9 x 13 pan and bake at 350 until bubbly, around 40 minutes.

This is so so simple and so good.
I hope your family loves it as much as mine!

Proverbs 31:15
" She rises while it is yet night and provides food for her household and portions for her handmaids"


  1. I have this recipe from Barksdale too. Haven't made it in ages. Time to dig it out. Thanks.

  2. Lived in Bossier City, too, when my Dad was stationed there in the Air Force. Small world!