Ham Pineapple Green Pepper and Onion Dish

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This dish is a great way use up chunks of ham that don’t conform to the normal dinner slice that you are left with when you cut the meat off of the ham bone.

Any dish that starts out with sauteed onions and peppers has to be good, right?

Start by Cooking Onions and Peppers

Sautéed Onions and peppers

Once they start to soften up, go ahead and add in your ham chunks.

Peppers onions ham

Once the ham is heated thoroughly, add in a can (or in my case, a jar of pineapples) with about half of the juice. I say a jar for me because I can my own fresh pineapples. You can see the method for doing that here: https://www.wildheavenfarms.com/canning-pineapples-waterbath/ (this is my farm’s website)

Peppers onions ham pineapple

Finish by adding a spoon of brown sugar

Peppers onions ham pineapple brown sugar

Once you get the sugar dissolved and mixed around well, Put on a lid and turn down the heat to low so it can simmer.

See complete recipe for this Ham and Pineapple dish below.


  • ham chunks, about 1 pound
  • canned pineapple chunks
  • 1 onion
  • 1 green pepper
  • 2 TBSP brown sugar


Step 1

Start by cooking pepper and onion until it starts to soften. I used a red onion but any onion will work.

Step 2

Add ham chunks and heat through.

Step 3

Add can of pineapple with about half of the juice

Step 4

Add brown sugar and turn down heat. Cover with a lid and simmer for 5-10 minutes depending on how soft you like your onions and peppers.

Step 5

Serve on a plate of rice.

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