Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
Hubby loved it. I used leftover Easter ham and frozen hash browns. He suggests adding carrots and onion to make it heartier. Easy.
My ham hock was a raw smoked one which needed soaking overnight with regular changes of cold water. I then simmered it in fresh water for 1.5 hours to cook it. After this I used thisrecipe as a ...
This recipe, minus the chicken stock, was made by my grandmother who was born and raised in Ireland. She would just use a ham bone. In Ireland, then did not eat corned beef and cabbage, it was a...
Very basic. Cheap. Easy. If you have a good ham hock, you can just use water (even cheaper). Nothing spectacular, but very good none the less. I added two small onions and was very glad I d...
Really tasty and good for you. I don't think I added any cream (can't remember). I did use a ham bone and a slow cooker.
What a great base! I was looking for something to do with Ham Hocks that didn't involve beans. I made a huge pot and added carrots, onion, garlic, celery and kale (which was amazing) and subbed...
I used to eat this when I was younger as I grew up with a garden. I did not have a ham hock, so I cubed a small ham steak, still delicious.
This was an awesome recipe. I made a last minute decision not to make fried cabbage and potatoes and went searching for casserole ideas when I found this recipe. I added onions, sauteed garlic, ...
Thanks for ideas on what to do when supplies and cash are limited! Great invention.