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Fun and festive single-serving skewers with the perfect salty-sweet ratio of ham and pineapple.
The homemade deviled ham in these sandwiches is creamy and just a little spicy. Serve it scooped onto lettuce leaves as a light lunch, too.
This light salad entrée pairs smoked ham with crisp cabbage, savory green onions and sweet carrots in a salad base of whole grain barley. Mustard and shallots add depth and spice to the fresh vinaigrette dressing.
Serve this rich breakfast or brunch treat—a fragrant cross between a quiche and a soufflé—as the main entrée. A fruit salad or crisp garden salad rounds out the meal perfectly, whether it's Easter, St. Patrick's Day or a breakfast-for-dinner weeknight. Use leftover spiral-sliced ham in the recipe, or omit the meat all together for a vegetarian dish.
Pair these rollups with potato salad or coleslaw and ice cold lemonade for a perfect outdoor lunch.
Use leftover spiral-sliced ham or any favorite ham to fill these little biscuits.
Secret Ingredient: Wellshire Farms Spiral-Sliced Ham
What to do with that leftover Easter ham? This lentil soup is the perfect way to enjoy its rich smokiness long after the egg hunt is over. To learn how to make this recipe, watch the Secret Ingredient cooking show.
You need only one skillet to put together this quick supper with Monterey Jack and leftover spiral-sliced ham. If you wish, add a squeeze of lemon before serving.
These quick and easy quiches are perfect to eat with a green salad and a handful of fresh fruit for lunch. Use chopped turkey breast instead of ham, if you like.
This broiled omelet can be thrown together after a busy day with minimal clean up. Experiment with different kinds of mushrooms; they all pair well with salty ham. Savory and delicious either hot or at room temperature, this frittata works well for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Though these small bites are perfectly tasty made with an ordinary French baguette, choose a whole wheat or seeded one for a bit more flavor.
A classic and very easy version of France's famous café sandwich. Using thick slices of sandwich bread and particularly thick slices of Le Gruyère is key. The bread should cook up crusty and toasty, and the cheese should melt and just begin to spill from the edges of the bread.
This ham is both simple and elegant. Leftovers are something to celebrate too!
Loaded with chopped ham, tangy Greek yogurt and piquant German mustard, these make great spring party food alone or served over salad greens for a light entrée. Use 365 Everyday Value® canned tuna instead of the ham, if you like.
Use leftover ham to make this simple and filling pasta dish in which tender green cabbage strips mimic the linguine.
The classic combination of pork and pineapple takes a Latin twist with these ham steaks seared on a cast iron griddle and garnished with fresh pineapple salsa. Serve with a side of rice and beans. Look for packaged ham steaks in the meat department or ask for them at the deli counter. Pork chops also pair well with this salsa.
This is a tasty way to use the last of the cranberry sauce. Perfect with a simple spinach and mushroom salad alongside. If you prefer a cold sandwich, simply skip the step of baking these under the broiler.
Fresh asparagus are a sure sign that spring is coming. This easy frittata makes a refreshingly light dinner or lunch. Or serve with biscuits or scones for brunch.
These quesadillas are far from traditional, but they don't skimp on flavor. Bitter greens like arugula are a worthy match for rich and creamy melted Gruyère.
This very simple dish provides an inexpensive hearty alternative to simple beans and is great as a main course on a cold night.