Yes, I posted a recipe for Hawaiian Ham Spread, is that the one you tried? I just opened a jar the other night and heated it up and made sandwiches with it and it was good although I didn't care for the cloves in it very much,but still it was a good use for the leftovers from our ham.. Putting it in eggs is a good idea too.Ldychef2k said:This winter, I canned four or five hams. All of them were canned in cubes, one was raw and the others were cooked before I canned them. I prefer the cooked somehow. The flavor is richer to me, I think.
I have used them at breakfast, with omlettes, with scalloped potatoes, and to add to soups. Of all the meats I canned, ham is my favorite.
This week, I tried a ham spread that was posted here: ground ham, brown sugar, crushed pineapple, a bit of cloves, in the food processor to make a spread. When it was canned, the sugars carmelized and it became dark brown, but the flavor was good. I am not sure how I would use it in a sandwich, but crumbled in scrambled eggs as good, if not a bit sweet.