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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Ham & Egg Dip!

Hi Everyone-Happy New Year to You All! Well here it is, my last dip post for my Personal PIGskin Challenge-whew! It was interesting for me try new things and I hope you found something fun for the holidays! I'm joining Foodie Friday.
I just winged this one, it was fun experimenting...
Santa brought me a new Kitchen Aid Food Processor so I wanted to try it out, and I had plenty of  left over ham... The FP works great, very impressive and you can add anything to this dip that you like in either
an egg salad or ham salad sandwich.
Have a happy day:@)
Ham & Egg Dip
Approx 1/2 lb ham, left over or deli ham (less, you can always add more)
2 hard boiled eggs
Approx 10-12 small Gherkin sweet pickles
3-4 tsp mustard (I used spicy)
Heaping 1/4 cup mayo (enough to make it a paste type consistency)
  • Add ham to bowl of food processor and give it a whirl!
  • Then add the rest and do the same.
  • Serve with crackers, pretzels, bread, celery, etc.
  • They liked it at the office, we did decide adding a little onion would have been good too! I'd add it with the ham in the beginning.
I'm posting this early in case anyone has ham to use up and is looking for one more New Year's Eve munchie idea. (Also because I don't have a tablescape to share this week!)

PS-as for my hoping to not weigh 1,000 pounds by the end of the challenge... let's say I'm happy to have come in just under that:@)

11 comments:

  1. That sounds like it would be good on a sandwich too. Hope you have a Happy and Healthy New Year.

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  2. It's perfect that you finished up with a ham dip. :) Sounds yummy!

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  3. Yummy! Happy New Year, Lynn!...Christine

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  4. Happy New Year. Our boys must have shopped together. I got a Kitchenaid Stand Mixer. I can't wait to use it.

    This sounds yummy. You could add green food coloring and make Green Eggs and Ham for St. Patty's Day...or not.

    Happy New Year's Eve Eve! La

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  5. Lynn, I know this is good as I made much the same recipe with my left over ham in my processer. You will love your new processor. I try to think of new things to make with mine all the time.

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  6. I forgot to say Happy New Year to you, Lynn!

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  7. congrats on the food processor. Thanks for dropping by with your kind words. I think I'm going to like this dip! sounds scrumptious. happy New Year and may the new year bring you lots of blessing.. Go Texas Caviar!!

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  8. Yummy! I would put this on a nice soft roll and eat it as a sandwich. I have been looking for a good ham salad... er... dip! Wonderful,Lynn!
    Here's wishing you a blessed and happy New Year. Thank you for your friendship and sweet comments this past year!
    Yvonne

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  9. Looks yummy, and what a great way to use leftovers! I wanted to tell you how much I've enjoyed the pigskin challenge. I told family members about it, especially those who go to a lot of parties where they have to bring a munchie. This has been great!

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  10. Hey Girl, I’m having a Birthday Party for Bj at Sweet Nothings today…Come by and wish her a Happy, Happy…Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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