Recipes That Wouldn't Be the Same Without Ham

Last Updated November 28, 2017
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recipes with ham

Some recipes need that extra something, and here, that something is ham. These are great recipes for using leftovers from the holidays!

Rosemary Ham Sandwich with Butter-Braised Apples

Ham and butter and apples just go together. Need we say more? 

Cream Cheese Gnudi with Cured Ham

Cream cheese gnudi with cured ham from 13 Gypsies
Gnudi is a pasta dish similar to gnocchi, using cream cheese instead of potatoes.

Grilled Country Ham Biscuits

country ham biscuits
For game day tailgating, “get there early and keep it simple” is my motto. Since some games start at noon, why not kick off the day with a grilled ham biscuit?

Kale with White Beans and Ham

Subscription food services teach you how to cook seasonally and often present you with products you’ve never cooked before. In Kentucky, leafy greens are abundant 365 days a year. One plaintive...

Creamy Fettuccine with Ham and Peas

Creamy Fettuccine with Ham and Peas
This is a great way to use up leftover ham at the end of the week or after a holiday brunch or dinner. The addition of fresh peas and herbs like mint and parsley take advantage of the early spring...

Black-Eyed, Ham and Shitake Mushroom Crostini

Black-Eyed, Ham and Shitake Mushroom Crostini
Edible Piedmont’s Executive Chef, Kyle Wilkerson is the mind behind this tasty addition to a Super Bowl party. A touch of salty country ham and shiitake mushrooms adds deep flavor to this earthy,...

Seasonal Kitchen: Collard Greens with Ham

IN FLORIDA, COLLARDS CAN EASILY be grown throughout most of the year, but the best yields occur from early spring plantings. Here’s a classic recipe from The COOP, John Rivers’ new Winter Park...

Ham and Cheese Gougères

Make these cheddar-stuffed gougères in advance for fellow cheese lovers, then just warm them up as guests arrive.

Bourbon, Stout and Sweet Potato Waffles with Ham and Maple Sauce

Bourbon, Stout and Sweet Potato Waffles with Ham and Maple Sauce
Since we are now enjoying sausages all day long thanks to Aidells, it was kind of him to offer a new breakfast alternative. And an insanely decadent and delicious one at that!

Black-eye Pea Soup with Ham

In the South it is a long held belief that cooking and eating Black Eyed Peas on New Year’s Day will bring you good luck and prosperity all year. Here is one of our favorite ways to eat them from...

Roasted Squash Soup with Hominy and Crispy Serrano Ham

Roast the squash: Preheat oven to 425°F. Rub the inside of the pumpkin or squash with a light coating of olive oil and season with salt and pepper; place cut side down on a lightly oiled rimmed baking sheet. Place the bell pepper and the poblano in a small heavy casserole dish, coat lightly with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place the pumpkin or squash and peppers in the oven and roast. The pumpkin or squash is done when a knife meets no resistance when inserted into the flesh and the edges are
Use any squash you like to make this soup. Matt used a Butternut squash for the Latin Phantom Dinner. Blue Hubbard and Kabocha will also work. You can find canned hominy in most supermarkets.
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