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Sunday Small Bites - Week 13 - POTATOES

We're at week 13 and the challenge ingredient is potato. This is a great choice for the weekend after Thanksgiving. I decided to come up with something that would use leftover potatoes from Thanksgiving dinner. For my appetizer, I used left over garlic mashed potatoes. But, I think they would be just as interesting with sweet potatoes.

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Ham Rolls

14 - slices of your favorite deli-ham. Cut thick enough to wrap around something without falling apart. And eighth-inch is about right.

28 - Small piece of your favorite meltable cheese. (I used white cheddar)

1 1/2 to 2 cups - Mashed potatoes of your choice.

3/4 cups - Honey mustard sauce.

Spread 1/4 cup of the honey mustard sauce in the bottom of an 8" square glass baking dish.

Cut the ham slices into two rectangles about 2 1/2" by 5".

Place a slice of ham in your palm; lay the piece of cheese in the middle; add a heaping teaspoon of potatoes; wrap the ham around the potatoes to form a roll with the bottom edges overlapping a bit.

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Fill the baking dish with the ham rolls so that they are crowded together.

Coat the top with the remaining 1/2 cup honey mustard sauce.

Bake at 350 until the edges of the ham begin to brown and the sauce is bubbling.


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Comments (2)

nancyhol:

Deborah,

Your recipe sounds so good! Of course, I love anything made with potatoes.

Great use of leftover potatoes! I'm enjoying all the recipes you have created from our list of ingredients.

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