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Deviled Ham

Post by Chuckwagon » Tue Aug 31, 2010 06:43

Hi Sausage Makers!
This board has been pretty quiet lately. Hope everyone had a nice summer. Does anyone know how to make Deviled Ham? I'm not even sure if Poland has the product. It is a grainy, fatty ham, cooked in the can, and spreadable on bread or crackers. Its a little like a pate' but more grainy. Anyone have a recipe?
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Post by Siara » Fri Sep 03, 2010 06:30

Hi Chuckwagon, true, the holidays are over, time to make some sausages :cool:
Is it prepared only using ham or pork in general?
We have plenty of recipes for pork canned meat. :wink:
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Post by Chuckwagon » Fri Sep 03, 2010 09:00

Hi Siara, Thanks for the pics. What are these marvelous looking canned meats? Yum yum! I really like the appearance of the one on the left, but I imagine the gel and fat on the meat on the right makes it tasty as can be. What do you call this? Wow, what are the little specs of spice I can see in the photo? It looks sooooo tasty!
I believe Deviled Ham is similar but ground up more - until its about the consistency wet sawdust but sort of smoky and mild. It spreads on crackers or bread.
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Post by Trosky » Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:59

Chuckwagon I sent you an e-mail with a link to a Deviled ham recipe. Siara post some recipes for pressed ham, I finally found a ham press :lol: and it should be here today. I think I got the only one in the USA they are real hard to find here.

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Post by Chuckwagon » Fri Sep 03, 2010 22:19

Hey Hey Trosky to the rescue! Thank you big guy!
Our friend in Ohio sends this recipe to us with credit to the Food Network. Who is going to mix some up beside me? I'll bet Dave Zac and Chudziak make it too. It looks pretty good.

Click on this link: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ham- ... index.html

[USA] Trosky's Deviled Ham

1 pound smoked ham, cut into 1-inch cubes
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup prepared mustard
1/2 cup chopped onion
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley leaves
3 tablespoons maple syrup
2 tablespoons hot sauce (recommended: Tabasco)
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoons paprika
1 teaspoon mustard powder
Salt
Pepper

Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. Use as a sandwich filling or spread on crackers for a snack.

Thanks Siara & Trosky,
Best wishes, Chuckwagon
Last edited by Chuckwagon on Fri Jul 05, 2013 07:28, edited 2 times in total.
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Post by Dave Zac » Sat Sep 04, 2010 01:32

Boy howdy will I try this recipe. I have a little ham in the freezer...Hmmm

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Post by Butterbean » Sun Mar 24, 2013 00:45

Just finished slicing some ham and had some odd pieces and remembered this thread. Put it together with the exception of maple syrup - I used cane - and it is wonderful and when it comes to ham salad and ham spread I am beyond picky but this is beyond good. Thanks for posting this.
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Post by Gray Goat » Sun Mar 24, 2013 02:33

I cannot add a recipe, but I sure do remember the cans of Underwood deviled ham that I had as a kid. I think they had a devil on the label if memory serves....good stuff, home made has to be great!
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Post by Big Guy » Sun Mar 24, 2013 13:29

Hey Trosky where did you get the ham press I would like one and know at least 2 others who want one also?
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Post by huckelberry » Thu May 16, 2013 16:51

Hey Big Guy, you could add me to that list. If you ever find a ham press.
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Re: Deviled Ham

Post by jym571 » Fri May 31, 2024 09:07

700 g Pork shoulder 300 g Pork bacon
SPICES
5 g White Pepper.
2.5 g Mustard powder.
0.5 g Cloves.
0.5 g Nutmeg.
4 g Cayenne pepper (Hot). 1.5 g ground coriander seeds. 40 g Potato starch.
150 g Water.
ADDITIVES
20 g fine salt.
5 g Sucrose (Sugar).
3 g CURE SALT #1
1 g SODIUM ERYTHORBATE
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Re: Deviled Ham

Post by redzed » Fri May 31, 2024 19:57

Thanks for the list of ingredients. Can you also post the rest of the recipe?
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Re: Deviled Ham

Post by jym571 » Sun Jun 02, 2024 18:11

jym571 wrote:
Fri May 31, 2024 09:07
700 g Pork shoulder 300 g back fat


recipe 1
powdered spices
5 g White Pepper.
2.5 g Mustard powder.
0.5 g Cloves.
0.5 g Nutmeg.
4 g Cayenne pepper (Hot).
1.5 g ground coriander seeds.
40 g Potato starch. or cassava starch or
corn starch
150 g Water.
ADDITIVES
20 g salt.
5 g Sucrose (Sugar).
3 g CURE SALT #1
1 g SODIUM ERYTHORBATE
procedure

recipe 2
powdered spices
white pepper 4 gr
mustard seeds 2 gr
cloves 0.5 gr
nutmeg 0.5 gr
Cayenne pepper (Hot). 4 gr
paprika 1 gr
40 g Potato starch. or cassava starch or
corn starch
150 g Water.
ADDITIVES
20 g salt.
5 g Sucrose (Sugar).
3 g CURE SALT #1
1 g SODIUM ERYTHORBATE.


We can add turmeric and remove or reduce the amount of spices, only the starch cannot be removed from the recipe since it is responsible for making it unctuous.


1._ we grind the meat and back fat with a disc of 5. The meats must be cold but not frozen
2._ we add the additives and spices to the water, incorporate them and add them to the meat, mixing so that there is a homogeneous mass.
3._ we put the meat in a jar or vacuum bag and proceed to cook in water at 85º C until the internal temperature is 75º C
4._ Once our ham is cooked, we will grind it in a 3 mm disk 2 times (when we take our ham out of the bag or jar it will have liquid, we reserve it)
5._ we add the liquid from the ham and our crushed ham to the food processor to make a paste, we will leave it to our liking
Any questions, I am happy to be there for you, greetings
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Re: Deviled Ham

Post by jym571 » Sun Jun 02, 2024 18:12

redzed wrote:
Fri May 31, 2024 19:57
Thanks for the list of ingredients. Can you also post the rest of the recipe?

I already updated the recipe, greetings
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