Creamy Potato Lasagna
For a new twist on lasagna, try this delicious version. I use ham, but you could also use smoked turkey. I serve this with a salad.
For a new twist on lasagna, try this delicious version. I use ham, but you could also use smoked turkey. I serve this with a salad.
Save yourself the trouble and just make scalloped potatoes with ham and serve broccoli on the side. It will be much better! (This one didn't do it for me.)Read More
This recipe is delicious! I added garlic powder on every level for a little extra flavor, and used mozzarella cheese in place of swiss (I also bought the pre-shredded cheese to reduce prep time). We will definitely have this one again!
Save yourself the trouble and just make scalloped potatoes with ham and serve broccoli on the side. It will be much better! (This one didn't do it for me.)
This was extremely good. I added a bit of onion and used shredded cheddar cheese because that was the only kind I had. Served it with some rolls and it was wonderful.
After a five year hiatus I have been persuaded to return to the "trade", albeit to teach a Culinary Arts course at a Community College. I tell students that in all faculties there are rules and there are diversions, and in diversions we find creativity. Technically Lasagna is a flat noodle; basically it is a starch used to bind (hold together) in layers and the potato resemblance in this creation achieves that purpose. The ingredients used here are substantial and the only caution I will offer is to suggest that a firm waxier potato (like Yukon Gold) be used, otherwise this recipe offers flavour, cosistency and imagination. It works well!
We really like this recipe and it is very easy. I was skeptical of the jarred Alfredo sauce, but it was good, and the whole family likes it.
This is delicious and fairly easy to make! For more flavor try making your own alfredo sauce. I'd also recommend preparing the recipe as described but cutting some additional pieces of ham into thin strips layering that with the potatoes.
Yes, this is not Lasagna, but then Cowboy Caviar is not really caviar is it? Just a play on words as far as I'm concerned. That said, this is a hearty comfort food that my family loved. I made some changes based on other reviews. Made my own sauce and used low fat (and less) cheese, as well as skim milk to help with the fat content. Will definitely make again. Thanks!
This was Awsom ! I made to exactly as written with ham and added 1/2 finely diced onion. It was so good my Husband (who never packs lunch) asked for some for his lunch the next day. He also asked to make it again real soon!
My Family loved this recipe. My son who is 6 and very picky ate 2 helpings.
This was easy and delicious. I added spinach and only wish the parm had melted better but it was still great! It is different too so I added it to my standard cooking list!
This is a good solid recipe as is, and could be revised to fit any preference or lifestyle. I used more broccoli and a lo-cal alfredo sauce. Very enjoyable!
This really is not lasagna in texture..i mean we are working with potatoes. I really did love it though.I cant say enough good things about this. Such warm comfort food. I think the results vary depending on the quality of sauce you use. I used an amazing sauce, added some fresh garlic,fresh brocolli flowerets, an italian blend cheese and onion powder. My family loved this meal, and i will definately make it again.
Delicious! In place of ham and swiss cheese, try italian sausage and mozarella, or a blend of both. All who have tried this recipe are surprised by its great flavor.
my grandchildren really liked this with or without the ham
Requires lots of prep, but it's worth it!
This was wonderful!!! My husband who has a very limited taste palet says "This is some good stuff!". I'm not sure what everyone is griping about the lots of work? It was really easy and we ate it for 2 days. I made mine in my large cast iron skillet. It was really pretty and will make it for company.
Yummy and GLUTEN FREE!!!
Another reviewer described it exactly as I feel. Tasted like scalloped potatoes with ham and broccoli. Was not worth the trouble.
I switched the ham for smoked sausage (personal taste preference), and sliced it and the potatoes fairly thin. I also homemade Alfredo sauce, which i make for pasta regularly. I then layerd them with swiss cheese slices (couldn't find shredded) until reaching the top. A few major problems with the outcome. 1: it was super greasy. There was literally grease pouring over the sides. Disgusting. 2: the way that the recipe recommends adding the potatoes didn't allow them to thoroughly cook through. They couldn't be cut through and ended up making serving a mess. 3. The taste was.... okay--for the first few bites. But then the swiss cheese and alfredo sauce and grease just over powered everything. It was way to rich. IF I were to try this recipe again , I would boil the potatoes at least part of the way through, and switch to a different cheese. It seems to be a good idea, but this recipe could use some work.
This was a very good and easy meal! I changed mine a little though. I added cubed chicken instead of ham, and a little more of the seasonings. I added a couple garlic cloves also. It took no time to make, and it was even better the next day!!
I've made this recipie several times - each time varying the ingredients a little. I've used turkey or ham, fresh broccoli vs. frozen, chopped onion and garlic, mozzerella and swiss cheeses. With the right spices and a good flavorful Alfredo sauce, this dish can rock. Kids love it too!
This was awsome!! The only thing I may try adding is some bacon..next time!
Pretty good, my mom loved it, she said it was a 5, my dad on the other hand only thought it was only alright. I thought it was good but lacked a bit of flavor. I think bacon would give it more flavor. I will definately try it again and add more cheese. This is a good dish for brunch.
We really enjoyed this dish. I did add garlic to the Alfredo sauce, I used leftover ham from earlier this week, and I had smoked Swiss cheese that I used instead of regular Swiss. Definitely will be making this again. Thanks for the recipe.
I cheated by using frozen hashbrowns instead of slicing my own potatoes... it was a HUGE hit with the kids!
I tried this twice. It just doesn't have much flavor.
We thought this was delicious! I added some spinach and used a roasted red pepper Alfredo sauce. The only thing I would change is I will leave the salt out next time, the ham has plenty. I will be making this again though.
I used homemade alfredo because the jarred stuff is just nasty. Added some garlic to the alfredo. Recipe was okay. We all ate it, and got full....but it isn't something we'll be craving to have again. Probably won't make again.
Alot of work for an OK recipe
First, I don't buy alfredo sauce so I made my own using another recipe from this site(which may have been this recipe's demise). Although the sauce tasted great when first made I think the sauce seperated during the cooking process resulting in a "clumpy" not creamy dish. Either that or it was the swiss cheese. I can't tell which. I may go out and make my first purchase of store-bought alfredo sauce and try this again b/c I think this dish has potential. Either that or I'll try a different kind of cheese.
Family Loved it!!! I will cook this a little longer next time…. some of the potatoes could have used some more time in the oven. Still Awesome!!
This is so good! My family absolutely loved it! I followed the recipe exactly and I would not change a thing! We will be having this often! Thank you so much for a wonderful recipe!
I thought this was a nice little recipe. I can't really review the exact recipe though because i changed a few things for what I had on hand. I used asparagus chopped up (instead of broccoli), store-cooked rotisserie chicken (instead of ham or smoked turkey), and for cheeses I substituted the Parmesan with cheddar and the swiss with mozzarella. Those cheeses were cheaper and I thought they might go better with potatoes and Alfredo. It was pretty good!
yea! another celiac friendly recipe that is wonderful! happy happy me. and something fun the kids can help to make, therefore making it fun for them to eat with pride.
My husband liked it better than I. I used more Swiss cheese - 1 pound & about 10 ounces of fresh brocolli crowns chopped instead of frozen chopped brocolli. I thought it wasn't flavorful enough.
My family loved this. I added 4 slices of cooked turkey bacon to the ham/broccoli mix, and it was delicious.
Made the recipe as written. Very good. Will add a little garlic the next time. My grandson loved the leftovers.
This was a good recipe but time consuming. My family enjoyed eating this recipe.
I don't really cook too often, but this recipe was pretty easy and SO GOOD! My husband loves it!
I made this for the first time for the first dinner party at my new apartment. My parents and my best friend loved it, as did I! I did make some minor changes though. I used garlic alfredo sauce which definitely helped with the flavor. If you have regular alfredo sauce, I definitely recommend following previous reviewers advice and adding garlic powder to each layer. I had the hardest time finding diced ham! So instead I fried up thick slices of bacon (keeping them as fat and juicy as possible) and cut them into nickel sized pieces. Also, I'm vegetarian. So instead of combining the meat, cheese, and broccoli all together, I actually just mixed the cheese and broccoli first, then set a little more than 1/2 cup of it aside. I mixed the meat in with the rest. So half of the dish had bacon, the other half did not. Still very tasty and very easy to separate! Finally! I felt that the top was kind of wet looking with all the alfredo sauce, so I sprinkled shredded sharp cheddar cheese for the last 15 minutes. Added a nice flavor and a very pretty coloring!
So delicious! I used spinach and chicken instead of broccoli and ham. My 10 year old LOVED it!!!
my taters were not near done...were still crunchy and hard after long baking time.
Best recipe every. I used an alfredo sauce with red pepper in it.
It took me longer to cook it in order to get the potatoes done. But my family loves this recipe and I make it several times a month.
Ok... LOL, I screwed this up... I was on the phone with my sister so I kind of have an excuse. However still it tasted amazing. So now I will make it the correct way next week and can only imagine how amazing the recipe is without messing it up.
This sounds just like scalloped potatoes, but with meat?? I msde this recipe with ground spicy italian sausage and made 4 cheese sauce using cheddar, feta, mozzarella and ricotta. It was delish!
This turned out basically like scalloped potatoes but it was still delicious! (I didn't add broccoli so that may be why). I also used 4 cheese alfredo sauce and evaporated milk/water mixture because I was out of milk. Will definitely make again but probably just as a side, not as a main dish.
This was very good, my husband & I are vegetarian so I left out the ham of course. I have made it a few times since.
This is a flavour winner. If you use 1% milk I suggest reducing the liquid a little. I used fresh broccoli and it was cooked just right after at hour.
I can see what this recipe wants to be...I really can. I did not happen for me, though! I tried to lighten the recipe up a little using low fat alfredo sauce and skim milk. I ended up with a runny, separated, very unappetizing looking entree. Probably my fault for using lighter ingredients, but I'm not willing to try again.
This is very good and very easy if you have a food processor. It does take a long time to get the potatos done enough. I mix all ingredients together, use italian blend cheese instead of swiss and microwave for the first 15 minutes or so to cut down on the cooking time. This is my kids favorite meal and my husband and I enjoy it too!
I love this recipe. I originally chose to make it because I had some leftover ham to use, and had all of the other ingredients. It sounded kind of weird, but I'm so glad I decided to try it. I've made it several times now, and the whole family loves it. This would be great for brunch, too. Thanks for the great recipe!
This recipe was very good and so simple.
Fantastic recipe! Will be making again.
This is the absolute best thing you can serve at Easter dinner! I cooked it this morning, and my husband was dying to try it after smelling it cooking in the oven! I used Vermont's Dakin Spiral Sliced Ham, which alone is incredible, along with a 10oz frozen package of chopped spinach, and a jar of Classico's Roasted Garlic Alfredo Sauce, and also used 1/2% milk in the recipe... turned out great, thanks for the recipe homemaker!! :)
Best recipe on this web site so far.
Although a little lengthy as far as prep/cook time goes, this recipe is very yummy and worth the wait. Even my picky fiance enjoyed it! :D
Excellent! My company raved about this and so did I.
I tried this recipe to use up some leftovers I had. I was a little leery of if because I just couldn't imagine what it would be like, but my family loved it. I pretty much ate the entire container of leftovers in the next few days. I made it just as it was written and would definitely make it again. Thanks for the recipe!!
I really wanted to love this, but it was only ok. I think the jarred Alfredo sauce is what made it have an "off" taste. I think the brand I usd was maybe too salty with the combination of salty ham. I would make it again, but maybe a homemade Alfredo sauce. The Swiss cheese is really a good flavor to add!
I used PC blue menu alfredo sauce, low fat mozzarella cheese, skin milk and European ham from my butcher which is lower in salt. Was delicious! Will definatly make again so nice to have something different
This was very good but a lot of work. I think next time I will simply cube the potatos and mix all together rather than layering. The potatos weren't done enough for us.
I made this for work...everybody loved it! It is like scalloped potatoes and ham with a twist to it (Alfredo sauce is great with it!). Pretty easy to make too.
I was out of a couple of ingredients, so substituted peas for broccoli and mozzerella for swiss. It still turned out yummy.
My family really enjoyed this. I did not use brocolli, used peas and carrots instead, turned out great
First of all thanks for this recipe. I have made it several times but because I don't always have the exact ingredients it is a bit different each time. Last time I used cooked cut up sausage links instead of diced ham. The cheese is always mexican mix grated cheese and I always forget to add the parmesan. My family call it my killer potato dish. Thanks again
I subbed chicken for ham, spinach for broccoli. It was not bad but I would just stick with pasta next time.
Great dish. Omitted the ham and it didn't hurt at all!
We loved this dish! The only thing different was that my jar of Alfredo sauce was 14 oz., so I used all of it and only 2/3 cup of milk. It was still very creamy. Lots of prep work, but totally worth it.
Cooked it just like the recipe said and the potatoes wern't even close to being done. Very bland and way to watery. So bad!
Really easy to prepare and put together. Delicious and satisfying! Everyone definitely enjoyed this dish.
my family loved this and ask me to make it often
This was really yummy, I used garlic powder in addition to salt & pepper.
Left out the broccoli (yuck)! LOVED this dish! We never have leftovers, even when we make two!
I made this recipe just as called for and it was very tasty-the broccoli was very good in this mix and I probably will add more next time.
I enjoyed this dish!!! I had no complaints as others did, i tweeked it a little..with every layor i added garlic powder and onions as well as all purpose seasoning..will absolutely make again. Thanks!
My husband has Celiac so this was a great gluten free alternative. I used spinach in place of broccoli. Delicious!
made this without the ham... delish!!
This was very easy to make. I even added more veges and green onions on top for more flavor. But my family did not like it at all, they thought it was much to bland and hated the sauce.We would not make this again. Sorry
Yummy!!! Family was asking for more. Thanks for sharing.
The recipe seems to be missing a few steps, but the end result was very tasty. A bit labor intensive. Probably won't make it again.
LOVE it!! I even put some ham chunks in it. Easy, fast, YUM!
We thought this was okay. Very easy I sliced the potatoes in my food processor.
Great receipe! It takes a while to prepare though. My family loves it though so it's worth it!
This is a wonderful dish and the jar of alfredo sauce makes this an easy and quick dish to make! This would be an impressive pot luck dish.
This tasted pretty good but I don't think the end result was worth the extensive prep. I may try making again and see if I can sneak a few shortcuts in. I like the idea of using frozen hashbrowns or something similar as one reviewer mentioned. I would also like a bit stronger flavors and more seasoning. Maybe onions, garlic, bacon, a sharper cheese? This is a recipe that I really like the idea of but needs some tweaks to make it 5 stars.
Absolutely wonderful! I followed directions (almost) to the letter, except my pkg of broccoli was a tad larger, and the cubed ham I pulled from my freezer measured a bit more, but otherwise I followed the recipe. My husband and I loved it! I put the potato slices in my salad spinner to get rid of as much of the water they soaked in as possible. The dish turned out perfect...not soupy and not dry. This is definitely going into my recipe box to make again and again!
As an alternative, I used a can of clam chowder instead of alfredo sauce. It turned out great and we couldn't really even taste the clam chowder. We also added cooked polish sausage instead of ham, as well as crumbled bacon, and used cheddar/monterey jack shredded cheese instead of swiss, then covered the top with sliced american cheese. As is typical of potato casserole dishes, the potatoes weren't cooked through (despite slicing the potatoes very thin using a mandolin) and we ended up microwaving the servings to fully soften the potatoes.
Excellent idea. Tasted great. Used the extra garlic powder as suggested, used leftover baked chickhen, and sharp cheese. (didn't have all the recipe called for, and this sounded really good) Didn't bother with the veggies as baked ones don't taste too good. Great tasting. Will make it again.
I loved these flavors together; potatoes, ham, broccoli and swiss cheese. Next time I will double the ham and broccoli.
oh.. how yummy is this?? we had it for father's day today and made 2 batches! EVERYONE loved it... two trays gone in 10 minutes! great great recipe! thanks! very easy... simple... tasty and inexpensive. i had everything to make it! yipee! its called a "keeper" around here!
I do something similar with scalloped potatoes, I didn't care for the jarred Alfredo. I used a "cream of" soup. My choice was mushroom,added ham and added fresh mushrooms instead of broccoli. And substituted Swiss for the cheese. My family loved it!
My picky 16 year old had 4 servings of this dish!! He took the leftovers to school for lunch. Very easy to make and sooo yummy!!
The dish is great! honestly, i didn't even expect that it will be so tasty! I substituted ham for pre-fried chicken fillet pieces and made Alfredo sauce myself, so it was all natural!
I cut my potatoes into crinkled coins and they were cooked perfectly. We all liked this dish, until we hit the brick wall. There just came a point when we all stopped eatting because it no longer seemed tasty. I know it sounds weird. Maybe it was just too rich to be served as a meal
Really good, but I think next time I will add more broccoli and ham. It is a nice change from other dishes!
I added diced onion with the ham and garlic salt instead of regular salt. Really good.