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I found this on the internet several years ago by Hiroyuki Sato on the Tokyo Food Page. Try it with a bit of chopped apple slices; you might be surprised how well it tastes. The versatilty of this salad makes it very easy to eat: At parties served as is or with crackers; I often eat it as a sandwich on hearty breads for lunch or a snack. For my non-meat eating friends, I just omit the slices of ham and it still tastes great! If you do have access to the asian market, try the Japanese Kewpie Brand Mayo; it's in a clear squeezable plastic bottle with a red cap with a picture of the Kewpie doll on the plastic wrap. This condiment adds a special bit of zing; if not accessible, Miracle Whip could also substitute (though I grew up on Best Foods/Hellman's, this is one time the mayo may make a difference...)
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (270 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4