My Mom made great ham salad, and I went looking on the Net for exact measurements. I knew how to make it, but wanted to write it down. Do you think I could easily find it, lol. This is for sandwiches, some call it a spread now, and you could use it on crackers.
* Ham I like honey ham
* Diced small Onion
* 2 tablespoons pickle Relish or piccalilli (Mom used her home made)
* 4 tablespoons mayo
* 1 teaspoon Mustard regular or Dijon- this is optional
In a food processor, or grind by hand like my mom did, process the ham until you like its consistency, making usually around 3 cups.
In a large bowl mix the rest of the ingredients. I use 2 tablespoons of relish and a teaspoon of mustard at times (I do not always use mustard and it is not in mom's recipe) and 4 tablespoons mayo and a small onion finely chopped, and then add ham. You may have to adjust amounts, but be careful not to make it too mushy or runny.
In a tiny bowl I start taste testing you know what you and your family will like then chill and serve for sandwiches or on crackers.