The presents have been opened, the out of town company has gone home, the hustle and bustle of Christmas is over. If you're like me, two things remain: bills and leftovers! I can't help with the bills, but I can share a recipe for leftover ham.
I always cook a ham for Christmas and freeze the leftovers. Before I freeze the ham, I use some of it to make a quick and easy Broccoli Ham Ring.
The recipe consists of a filling made with ham and four other ingredients. One of the ingredients -- frozen chopped broccoli -- needs to be thawed so I combine the filling ingredients early in the day. By the time I'm ready to cook supper, the broccoli is thawed. The only thing left to do is arrange the filling atop refrigerated crescent rolls.
As the name implies, the finished dish is in a ring shape, but it's actually quite easy to make. I prepare the ring on a large baking stone, but you could use a pizza pan or cookie sheet. Just make sure whatever pan you use is big enough to accommodate the crescent rolls when they're spread out in a sunburst pattern. If you don't have a pan big enough, you could make two rings using half of the ingredients for each ring.
A picture's worth a thousand words so I'll let these pictures be your guide in how to assemble the ring.