Recipe by judy
"This brunch casserole is great to either mix together and bake immediately or may be refrigerated and baked the next morning. It is perfect to bring bring for a holiday brunch or to a morning family gathering. The rosemary complements a Southern tradition. Can be refrigerated overnight and baked for 1 hour in the morning if desired."
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cooked ham, cubed
shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
1 1/2 cups
chopped fresh rosemary
Wow, A must try for Cheese Grits lovers that like a little heat.. The ingredient flavors blend very well together. Don't wait for the holidays to try it!
If this review was solely my own, I would give this 4 stars. However, my husband raved about it. He told me how much he liked it when I debuted it at dinner, and then again the next day when he ate leftovers for lunch, and then the day after that he expressed disappointment when there were no more leftovers for breakfast. So, thanks to his rave reviews and the ease of preparation, this gets 5 stars. The rosemary flavor really makes the dish. It's amazing how a little of the herb goes such a long way.
Awesome!!! Welcome change from the usual egg and potato casserole. I had to guess on the grits because I only had instant-- following the box directions for 3 servings-- but I would recommend 4 if someone else has the same dilemma. Regardless, the flavor was rich and delicious. I bake mine in 2 8x8" pans because I was concerned the casserole would run over in the oven. Family loved it. Thank you!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Holiday Rosemary and Ham Casserole
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 291
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