Smoked Turkey and Country Ham Salad Sandwich

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

From Something Different Country Store and Deli, Urbanna, Virginia. A real Virginia country-cured ham such as Smithfields is best in this recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the first 10 ingredients; taste salad.
  2. Carefully season to taste (if needed) with salt and pepper--country ham is plenty salty so you may not need any salt.
  3. Cover and refrigerate for several hours.
  4. Spread about 1 cup salad on bottom half of toasted rolls; top with a few crisp lettuce leaves, cover with roll tops and serve.


Most Helpful

Nice sandwich spread. I didn't add the seasoning salt, as the meat was already well salted. It was quite the amount, so used the leftover as a spread for a snack on crackers. Worked very well. :)

Lori Mama November 12, 2011

BETTER than chicken salad or any other salad sandwich out there!! Used leftover SMOKED turkey.... MMMMM!! (tased like it had bacon in it, but didn't!!) had no ham so i used 5c turkey, used salad dressing instead of mayo, celery salt instead of seasoning salt, pepper, i think i may have put a dash of beau monde seasoning. kept everything else roughly the same, just adjusted the amounts accordingly. served on yummy cheddar jalapeno crusty rolls. kids LOVED.... sorry thought i would be able to take pics after supper... didn't make it that far. they were GONE! THANKS FOR A SUPER RECIPE!!!!

Chef GreanEyes April 01, 2010

SO GOOD!!! I made it to eat for lunch this week. I've had it a few days now and I still look forward to lunch time. The seasonings really give it that extra "kick" that most sandwiches of this type are missing. I didn't have to add any salt. It was perfect as is. Thank you for sharing!! Recipe was easy to prepare as well.

Mandi T January 12, 2008

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