Intro: Ham leftovers from Christmas are some of the yummiest ingredients you can add to your soups and stews in the days following the holiday. These five ham leftover recipes are so delicious. You'll never be left wondering what to do with ham leftovers again after you try one of these recipes. Martha Stewart starts the list off, but you'll want to try them all, I guarantee it!
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- Use up your deviled eggs leftovers with this egg salad sandwich
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What to do With Leftover Ham: Recipes That are Easy and Delish!
- I got to hand it to the Divine Ms. S --that's Martha Stewart for those unfamiliar with my column. Only she would come up with an easy soup recipe that allows you to use up either your ham leftovers or your leg of lamb leftovers. This white bean and ham or lamb soup is as excellent as any of the recipes Martha Stewart has to offer! Need more ideas for your lamb leftovers? Try these lamb recipes.
- This easy navy bean soup recipe with ham and carrots served with cornbread is one of my personal favorites. If truth be told, it's not so much that I don't know what to do with ham leftovers as I just like an excuse to make cornbread. Regardless, you'll learn how to make both with this leftover ham recipe.
- This easy ham soup combines your Christmas leftovers with potatoes in a creamy soup base. It's delish by itself, but for an extra treat, use up any leftover hard rolls you have from the holiday to make a bread bowl. Read this recipe to learn how to make bread bowls.
- Frank's Red Hot knows that there are those of us who love anything spicy. This spicy ham and black bean soup is one of my favorite ham leftovers recipes!
- And of course, no list of soups for your ham leftovers would be complete without a delicious split pea soup. Watch the video to learn how to make split pea soup with ham. It'll help you use up plenty of your Christmas leftovers, including your ham and veggies.