Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Deviled Ham

I had a fair amount of ham leftover after Easter Brunch and decided I wanted to try to make Deviled Ham.

I grew up on the stuff in a can, and have to say I adore the greasy, salty, gritty taste!

However, after tasting this, I do have to say that home made Deviled Ham is easy to make yourself, and about a thousand times better that the stuff in the can. And as an added bonus, you can add whatever flavors you wish!

1 pound smoked ham, cut into 1-inch cubes
1/2 cup mayonnaise (you may need more)
1/4 cup prepared mustard
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons hot sauce (recommended: Tabasco)
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoons paprika (I used 1)
1 teaspoon mustard powder


Chop your ham up in a food processor to the consistency you wish, transfer to a bowl.

I also used the food processor to dice my onion, I used 1/2 an onion, add to your bowl of ham

Add the remaining ingredients, taste for seasonings, adjust to your liking, and serve on crackers or a sandwich!


Katherine Roberts Aucoin said...

Cheryl, this is a terrific idea! I have ham in the freezer leftover from Easter, now i have a great recipe from you on what to do with it!

Paula said...

Oh my gosh, I would so love this. I used to have that spread as well, I can't remember the name of it, but it came in a tiny can and the can was "wrapped" in a paper label.

I will definitely be giving this a try. I love how you used smoked ham, and added both the hot sauce and mustard powder. Those toast points look so pretty,too! YUM!

Paula said...

Ah, just remembered ... Was it called Underwood Deviled Ham?

Heather said...

i just cannot eat deviled ham. the presentation is lovely, though!

Donna-FFW said...

I have never had deviled ham. All the ingredients sound wonderful together! And you set it up so prettily on the plate.

Anonymous said...

this is the first time I've ever heard of deviled ham. Gosh, it sounds and looks delish.

Sara said...

I have never even seen this before, but I love ham! I definitely need to try this.

MaryBeth said...

I love this stuff and i bet your homemade version was wonderful...

Debbie said...

What a great way to use up leftover ham! I used to have Underwood Deviled Ham as a child spread on sandwich bread!!! I remember it well!

The Blonde Duck said...

I didn't know you could make deviled ham!

Jamie said...

Wow! I am not a ham eater normally, but I would actually eat a sandwich with this on it!

Jan said...

I have never had this before - I've led a sheltered life. ;-) I must give it a whirl next time have have some leftover ham knocking about the place, sounds great.

Spryte said...

I LOVE deviled ham... homemade or in the can!

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Anonymous said...

Adding two tablespoons of sweet relish, and two small dill pickles finely chopped makes it even better. A little garlic doesn't hurt either.

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The color of your strawberry really made me want to eat more!

scared of driving said...

What DEVILED? As in possessed?! But sure looks delicious!

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