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    Red face Underwood deviled ham recipe

    My daughter asked if I could find a copycat for this spread and so far I can't find any. Does anyone have a similar recipe for Underwood's Deviled Ham?
    Thanks a bunch......

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    I Make A Ham Salad That's Simular. It's Just Like Making Turkey Salad, But Use Ham. It's Good With Leftover Roast Beef Also. I Don't Measure, Just Throw Stuff In

    Ham (probably 2-3 Cups Chopped)
    Sweet Or Dill Pickles (i Prefer Dill)
    Onion (small, Chopped)
    Hardboiled Eggs (3-4)
    S & P To Taste
    Garlic To Taste

    Put In Food Processor And Blend. Carefull You Can Get It Too Fine And I Don't Like It That Way
    MIX IN SOME MAYONAISE. JUST UNTIL HELD TOGETHER
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    I just use the ham, sweet pickle relish, and some mayo. LOVE ham salad!! In fact, when I cook a ham, it's really the leftovers I want to make ham salad and pea soup!!
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    devilled ham is just ground ham w/seasonings.( underwood only lists ham and spices, which they don't name.
    onion powder, salt ,pepper, sometimes worchestire or mustard power.
    if you have mayo/veggies its ham salad.

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    [QUOTE=Bryanna]devilled ham is just ground ham w/seasonings.( underwood only lists ham and spices, which they don't name.
    onion powder, salt ,pepper, sometimes worchestire or mustard power.
    if you have mayo/veggies its ham salad.[/QUOTE]

    I totally agree, that is deviled ham!

    Also we like it as mentioned above, maybe just a drop or two of liquid smoke too YUM! sounds good rite about now

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    Default Re: Underwood deviled ham recipe

    I know this thread is almost 2 years old, but I am wondering if anyone has gotten any closer to replicating the Underwood Deviled Ham taste.

    I got a ham on sale for $1.50/lb, so thought I would mess with it. I ground up ham, an onion, garlic powder, worcestershire, yellow mustard, tabasco, soy (instead of salt), and black pepper. Sorry, no measurements. In the food processor it was too dry, so I added olive oil and water for consistency. I also had to keep the food processor going for a long time to get rid of the more solid pieces of ham. When it's heated, you can practically drink the Underwood deviled ham. The spiciness seemed about right, but the ham I bought came with a brown sugar glaze, that made my version too sweet.

    The underwood brand is fattier too, so I fried up some bacon, and threw in the bacon and the bacon grease from the pan into the mix. I know, I know - I'm not going to live to see 50 at this rate, but I'm aiming for accuracy, not a healthy alternative!

    I think I'm close, but want to try again with unsweetened ham. But first I have a couple of lbs of overly sweet deviled ham to consume. Fortunately, even sweetened, it's pretty good.

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    Growing up in the 50's/60's, my mom would grind up spam, add sweet pickle relish and mayo.. It's not like Underwood, but this is addicting. She'd make sandwiches with it, but I'd eat the whole thing with a spoon right out of the bowl.

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    My Mom made "ham" salad with ground bologna, mayo and sweet pickle relish. She used to call bologna "minced ham". It was good!

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    I like deviled ham but never considered making it myself. Just fYI tho - if you have a Dollar General store near you, they carry a brand of deviled ham thats called Bryans, and its only 55 cents per can versus over a dollar for the same size can as Underwood.
    And its absolutely as good as the Underwood brand.

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    [QUOTE=janabanana;341582]Growing up in the 50's/60's, my mom would grind up spam, add sweet pickle relish and mayo.. It's not like Underwood, but this is addicting. She'd make sandwiches with it, but I'd eat the whole thing with a spoon right out of the bowl.[/QUOTE]

    Wow I grew up in the 60/70's and think my mom and sis made this afew times, I had no idea you could use spam and I havent bought any in years LOL

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