From there, chopped ham can be used in various ways: a savory, salty enhancer for potato soup; a meaty topping for pizza; a terrific omelet filler. In this case, I created a ham and cheese braid with mustard, ham, cheese, and Pillsbury thin crust pizza dough from the refrigerator section.
2. Spread Dijon mustard across the middle section, sprinkle with chopped ham, and place shredded cheese and/or cheese slices on top of the ham (I used shredded cheddar and slices of white American, because that's what I had in the house)
4. Bake at 400°F for about 15 minutes, or until golden brown. (Check at 12 minutes to ensure it's not overbaking, depending on your oven)
I have a new fig/ onion spread, and I'm thinking about substituting that for mustard next time, with Swiss cheese instead of cheddar. Feel free to experiment!