Low Carb Smoked Ham Salad. I guarantee you will never eat another commercial Ham Salad after this and is this easy or what? The three secrets to this recipe are good quality ham, the liquid smoke and the Sugar Free Mt. Olive Sweet Relish. I have had others SF relishes and for whatever reason they don’t begin to compare to Mt Olive. It is available at www.netrition.com
This is good served on a thick slab of tomato with melted smoked cheddar cheese over it or if you make Carbalose Flour Bread it makes a terrific quick sandwich for lunch and even good served by the tablespoon on Sour Cream & Chive Crackers or Hazelnut Parmesan Crackers for a little “quickie something” before dinner. As you can see even I know ham is a natural with cheese so I put it on a large cheese crisp. Low carb smoked ham salad-you won’t be sorry.
Make sure when you taste test it you stop at the test-it’s very easy to just stand at the kitchen counter and chow down and I’m not kidding you, I have done it many times.
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- 1 Lb. Good Quality Cooked & Smoked Ham
- 1 C Mayonnaise
- ½ C Sugar Free Mt. Olive Sweet Relish
- ¼ C Yellow Mustard
- 2 t Liquid Smoke
- Grind ham finely in food processor and remove to a bowl.
- In another bowl mix next 4 ingredients and mix into ground ham.
- 6 Servings
- 402 Calories, 17.1g Protein, 38.8g Fat, 1.3g Carbs, .0g Fiber, 1.3g Net Carbs
- 8 Servings
- 302 Calories, 12.8g Protein, 29.1g Fat, 1.0g Carbs, .0g Fiber, 1.0g Net Carbs
- 1 T
- 75 Calories, 3.1g Protein, 7.3g Fat, .3g Carbs, 0g Fiber, .3g Net Carbs
- If your ham has been injected with up to 35% “added product” squeeze it out before you grind it and my best advice is not to buy anything with the word “product” attached to it. I don’t know about you but I am not interested in buying water or whatever else they inject into ham and chickens these days.