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Cheesy Potato Ham & Broccoli Skillet

July 22, 2021 • 0 comments

Cheesy Potato Ham & Broccoli Skillet
For a quick, easy, and delicious dinner, try this! Meat, veggies, and potatoes (oh, and cheese) all in one. Season to taste and enjoy!
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  • Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • (4 medium) Potatoes
  • (1 Head) Broccoli
  • (1 cup or to taste) Cheddar Cheese
  • (2-3 Tbsp) Butter or Oil
  • (As needed) Water
  • (to taste) Salt
  • (1 pound) Sandwich Ham

Directions

1.You can use leftover ham from a roast, sandwich ham, or ham steaks for this recipe. This is a good one if you don't have anything thawed to cook, because you can chop up the ham while it's frozen (be sure to use a sharp knife and a sturdy cutting surface) and still cook it up, just the same.

2.Dice up the potatoes and ham into small squares. Add them in a large skillet with salt, butter (or oil or bacon grease) and water. Set over medium heat with the pan covered and let cook for 5 - 10 minutes while preparing other ingredients.

3.Chop the broccoli into small squares and shred cheese off of the block if needed and set aside. Stir potatoes in skillet after they've been cooking for 5 minutes and cover with lid again.

4.Remove ham steaks from packaging and cut into small squares. Even if the hams aren't totally thawed, you should still be able to safely cut them. Be sure to use a sharp knife to do this!

5.When the potatoes are al dente and just able to be pierced with a fork, add the ham and broccoli to the skillet, stirring before adding a little more water and adding the lid again.

6.Cook for another 5 minutes, stirring as needed. Season with garlic powder, onion powder, and salt to taste.

7.When the broccoli and potatoes are cooked, remove the skillet from heat and add in shredded cheese. Return lid and let the cheese melt for a few minutes before stirring and serving!

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