Food.com, SeriousEats.com, TasteofHome.com and FoodNetwork.com all offer highly rated recipes for ham salad sandwiches as of March 2015. The recipes feature a variety of seasonings and variations that include hard-boiled egg and brioche rolls.
Food.com's ham salad sandwich recipe incorporates ham, hard-boiled egg, spicy relish, mayonnaise and vegetables. Combine these items and serve on white bread for a basic sandwich. The recipe recommends using the highest quality ham available, and calls out Smithfield hams as an example.
SeriousEats.com's deviled ham salad sandwich is sweetened with a little honey and relies on minced onion and pickles to add texture to the meat. Add mayonnaise, mustard, Worcestershire sauce and spices to the ham. The filling can be served on brioche or sweet Hawaiian rolls. The site recommends buttering the rolls before serving and adding watercress leaves to the sandwich.
TasteofHome.com's ham salad spread is seasoned simply with mayonnaise, mustard, pickle relish and onion. Hard-boiled egg and celery add texture. The recipe recommends serving the spread with crackers.
FoodNetwork.com's version is also simple and requires only six ingredients. The recipe leaves the seasoning to the taste of the cook by not specifying quantities of the mayonnaise and Dijon mustard it recommends, but it does offer guidelines for the ham, onion, and bread and butter pickles. This dish is to be served as a sandwich filling.