Hawaiian Haystacks {Foodie Friday}

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Normally for New Years Eve I prepare Chicken Cordon Bleu. Due to the moving, and then sick kids, we ended up with a quick, but tasty Hawaiian Haystack.

Hawaiian Haystacks

Ingredients
2 cups 1-minute Rice
1 can pineapple chunks
1 can peas
2 Roma tomatoes
Leftover Ham or 8oz Ham chunks
Rice Noodles
Directions
Cook Rice according to package. Place in serving bowls
Place remaining ingredients in serving bowls.  
Serve buffet style, and let everyone choose their own toppings. Rice on the bottom, the rest piled as desired. 
I know most Hawaiian haystacks have some kind of sauce, but we enjoy ours without the sauce. Some of the kids eat everything separated, while Mark and I enjoy them stacked.  
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