Ham Salad Sandwiches Recipe

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Ham salad sandwiches are an excellent way to use leftover ham. After preparing and baking a ham, it is always nice to have leftover ham to use for quick and easy meals. Try other leftover ham recipes, which include sandwiches, casseroles, soups, and salad.
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Servings: Makes 1 3/4 cups
  • 1 1/2 cups ground baked ham or turkey ham
  • 1/4 cup onion, minced or chopped fine
  • 1/4 cup sweet pickle relish
  • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise - more if necessary to make it more spreadable
Container: 2 cup container
10 mins
10 mins
  • In a food processor or mini chopper grind ham to desired consistency.
  • In a medium bowl combine all ingredients, place into a covered container to chill.
  • Serve on a split bun.
  • Garnish with lettuce, bread and butter pickles, and mayonnaise.
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Ham Salad Sandwiches Recipe Reviews

ham salad sandwiches

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SoWhatIfItsBurnt User
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"Sometimes when I know we have a busy week ahead, I will make this ham salad up on the weekend so that we have it for the next week for quick sandwiches. I use minced dried onions in place of raw onions because the kids don't like the onions in it. It is a great sandwich meat to have on hand."
Subbert User
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"I used dill pickle relish and I also prefer Miracle Whip over mayo. It is great on potato buns with tomato and lettuce!"
SweetTooth User
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"I took a couple of hints from others, added celery like "sao" because I don't like onions and then I broiled them open faced like "ChunkyDunk". They were so tasty and the kids loved them. We will definitely make them again."
sassypants User
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"I used SPAM instead of ham and Miracle Whip instead of mayonnaise. I brought it on a picnic yesterday. We made the sandwiches as we ate and my entire family loved them. We didn't have any leftover."
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"Since I don't have a food processor, I just chop everything into the smallest pieces. Don't care for onion so added fine-chopped celery instead. Love the taste !"
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Haley User
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"Very good! The food processor is a must - I put everything in the food processor, not just the ham. I served the spread on a croissant with shoestring potatoes and strawberries on the side...delish!"
ChunkyDunk User
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"I served this open faced and broiled it...delicious!"
CountryGirlAtHeart User
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"Great sandwich alternative for hot-summer nights. I used horseradish mustard, sounds odd but it was very good."
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"Quick easy recipe. I put the ham, onion and relish in the food processor at one time. Dijon adds just the right nip to the tongue."
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"Didn't have any Dijon mustard, so used Durkees instead. Regardless, great way to enjoy that last bit of Christmas ham."
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