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This casserole recipe for Ukrainian noodles and ham or lokshyna z shynka is a good way to use leftover ham. Shynka is the Ukrainian word for "ham," and lokshyna means "egg noodles." In Yiddish, they are lokshen or lukshen, and are probably derived from a Persian noodle dish called lakshah, which gets its name from the Persian kashk, meaning "cracked barley and wheat" that spawned dishes known as kasha and kishke. Any leftover meat or vegetable can be used in place of the ham in this casserole. Here's a larger photo of lokshyna and ham. Makes 4 to 6 servings of Ukrainian Noodles and Ham or Lokshyna z Shynka
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