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Ham Pot Pie I Recipe

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BROTH:
Ham, bone-in
Water
2-3 potatoes, cubed
NOODLES:
3 eggs
1 T shortening, melted
c. milk
c. cream
1 t. baking soda
3 c. flour
t. salt

Directions:
Directions:
To make broth:
Place ham in large pot and cover with water. Boil to make ham broth. Remove ham and cut into cubes and set aside. Taste broth to check flavor; you may need to add water or salt.
Place potatoes in broth to cook while you are mixing dough.
To make noodles:
Mix all noodle ingredients, using enough flour to form a soft dough that can be rolled. Roll to desired thickness and then cut into squares.
Drop dough into broth a few pieces at a time so they don't stick together. Cook until dough is done.
Add ham. Add parsley for color. Salt and pepper to taste.

 

 

 

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