Ham Salad for Sandwiches

"Great summer sandwich spread. This will keep in the fridge for 3-4 days."
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  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Chill before making sandwiches.

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  1. Very good taste. The flavor was exactly what I was looking for. The texture just didn't do it for me though. I did reduce the mayonnaise a bit, I made a half recipe and used about 1/3 cup and it was just enough. The problem I had was even though I diced the ham quite small, the mixture didn't hold together well, and made eating the sandwich a bit messy. I will definitely make again. I'm thinking of just tossing everything in the food processor and pulsing a few times to see if that improves the texture. Thanks Inez for a great start!
  2. I specially liked this because it was not swimming in mayonnaise. It does need to chill so that the minced onion softens.
  3. This was wonderful, my picky non sandwhich eating daughter had it in her lunch today and loved it!!! Hubby will get it in his lunch tomorrow and I am sure he will be surprised! Many Thanks!
  4. Tasty sandwich spread, I made it for sandwiches we took on a picnic. I used some finely chopped red onion in place of the minced kind.
  5. This is a delicious sandwich spread, but the consistancy is a bit 'soupy'. I will definitely make this again, but will try just one cup of mayo to see if that dries it out to the texture I most prefer.There's certainly nothing lacking in flavor!


  1. Very good! Ground the ham in the food proccesser, used hot dog relish instead of sweet relish and added one large stalk of celery, minced. Other than that just as written. Yummy!
  2. Yum! This was really good. I didn't measure any of the ingredients - just put in the amounts that I thought looked good. I also used dill relish in place of the sweet relish as my husband and I don't like the sweet relish. Will most definately make again when I have left-over ham.


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