18 Reviews

Very good. Taste like I remember. Everyone liked, even my 1 year old. He had it on crackers and my 4 year old liked it on crackers and as a sandwich.

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jagmichigan April 26, 2011

This spread is VERY good. I left out the hard boiled egg (personal preferance) and the cayenne pepper, just added more black pepper. Other than that, I made it as written.

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arroz241_11561377 February 22, 2011

Very pleased with the outcome, even though I didn't have a critical ingredient - celery. I used turkey ham instead of pork ham. I will surely make this again. Used it to make sandwiches, but will surely use it as a topping for ritz crackers the next time.. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cathy-O August 15, 2010

This is great. Really. Loved it served on a warm toasted bagel as suggested by another reviewer. Thank you!

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Munchkin Mama March 12, 2010

I followed the recipe exactly, even measuring the onion, celery, etc. I did not add the cayenne, but I bet that would have added a nice zip. I liked it as is, however, and DH raved too, and he usually doesn't like reslish in his ham salad.

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WorkingMom2three February 11, 2010

This is excellent, especially for crackers. I used a touch less pickle relish and my use of mayonnaise was on the light side as the spread sticks together great since the ham is ground first (I used my food processor). I took your advise and used this recipe with leftover chicken, too, omitting the hard boiled egg. Great on a toasted bagel, too. This is a new standard at my house, I will use it again and again. Thanks for posting.

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Garlic Chick June 19, 2009

We really loved this recipe. I used 1/4 cup of mayo and only 1 tbsp of homemade sweet pickle relish was just right for our tastes. Served with Ritz crackers. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Made for the LiveStrong event in the photo forum.

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Calee May 31, 2009

Thanks to Chef#743806, on 4/14/09 I discovered this very good way to use a bit of that leftover Easter ham.Both SO and myself don't care for celery,so an extra hard-boiled egg was used.SO doesn't care for pickle relish, so that was leftout.But I did add the cayenne, actually I added close to a 1/2 teaspoon. This recipe is so good, and will be made again.Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � April 15, 2009

Wonderful flavor! I made this for my lunch and it was DELICIOUS! I added the cayenne pepper for that extra zing :) Great on Ritz crackers and excellent on honey wheat bread. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Marsha D. January 13, 2008

EXCELLENT! I always wanted a recipe, because the purchased ham spread has too much mayonnaise. I used my food processor for the ham grinding. I know I'll use this many times in the future. Thank you very much for sharing!!!

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Seasoned Cook September 26, 2007
Chunky Ham Spread