You know like when it's Thanksgiving and there are lots of turkey leftovers and you make turkey sandwiches left and right, I have the same dilemma, we were given like three different variants of ham last Christmas season and there's only three of us, and we can't chow down on 1 ham each, right, so there were lots of leftovers and here's where mine and my younger bro's smart genes came in the picture - we decided to experiment *lol*.
- ham (any brand will do but we used Purefoods Jamon de Bola)
- all-purpose cream (we used Nestle)
- cheddar cheese (we used Eden)
- butter (we used Dairy Creme)
- mushroom (small can)
- corn kernels (optional)
- Slice the ham in your preferred size and shape, I did it in jagged half-circles. One ball of ham is equals to a kilo, and I only used half of it. Set aside.
- Slice the mushrooms according to your preferred thickness. Set aside.
- Melt half a bar of butter in a frying fan.
- Drop the sliced ham and kind of saute it in the butter, I can't say fry as I didn't exactly fried mine, but if you want it like so, I guess you can.
- Add the all-purpose cream, blend it with the ham and butter until you get a consistent color and let it simmer.
- Drop the slice mushrooms.
- Add grated cheese, I used half of the regular-sized cheddar cheese, mix a little and then let it simmer.
- Add the corn kernels if you want to.
- Taste test. (Based on experience, there's no need to add any seasonings but to each its own, so do your deal)
- Perfect with rice and/or bread.
Try it and do tell me what happen, okay?
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