I made this today as a side dish for a Christmas dinner which had to be stretched to add 6 more people. Without it, the excellent meal would not have felt like Christmas. It was a big success. We were 11 at the table. I doubled the recipe & served it hot with no base like rice or couscous. I followed all suggestions: used bunches of green onions (greet idea, the greens added color contrast), the addition of a small amount of soy sauce, letting it cool and rest for maybe 4 hours (as if overnight - really soaked in juices and softened the ham), then heating & serving... While it was great, I wouldn't give it a 5; it's just not that magic of a recipe. Still for a recipe that I found by typing in the ingredients I happened to have at home -well, except the green onions, a change I made later - this turned out very well. I cubed & chopped everything by hand. Without a food processor, it takes much longer than 35 minutes! Yet, it's very easy.
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I made this today as a side dish for a Christmas dinner which had to be stretched to add 6...