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Gammon joint with a ginger glaze

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Gammon joint with a ginger glaze

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

RatingDifficultyBeginner

After all the fuss of Christmas Day, Boxing Day is often a more chilled and relaxed affair. We often won't have a fixed meal, rather graze slowly all day on cold meats, cheats and dips and pate. This ginger glazed gammon recipe is easy to prepare and because the slow cooker takes care of the actual cooking. You get more time to spend with the family.

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

Yields8 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time7 hrsTotal Time7 hrs 20 mins

 1 Onionthickly sliced
 1 Gammon Joint
 30 Black Peppercorns
 1.50 l Ginger Beer
 1 tbsp English Mustard
 3 tbsp Ginger Preserve

1

Chuck the onion, together with about 10 of the peppercorns into the slow cooker and place the gammon on the top. Pour in the ginger beer and cook on low for 7 hours.

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

2

Remove the gammon from the slow cooker and carefully remove the skin, leaving behind a thin layer of fat. Score the fat in a criss cross pattern and plonk a peppercorn into each cross.

3

Mix the ginger preserve and mustard together and spoon the mixture all over the gammon and chuck it into a pre heated 180 degree (fan) oven for about 20 minutes.

4

You can then either serve immediately or leave it to cool and serve as part of a meat platter.

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

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Ingredients

 1 Onionthickly sliced
 1 Gammon Joint
 30 Black Peppercorns
 1.50 l Ginger Beer
 1 tbsp English Mustard
 3 tbsp Ginger Preserve

Directions

1

Chuck the onion, together with about 10 of the peppercorns into the slow cooker and place the gammon on the top. Pour in the ginger beer and cook on low for 7 hours.

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

2

Remove the gammon from the slow cooker and carefully remove the skin, leaving behind a thin layer of fat. Score the fat in a criss cross pattern and plonk a peppercorn into each cross.

3

Mix the ginger preserve and mustard together and spoon the mixture all over the gammon and chuck it into a pre heated 180 degree (fan) oven for about 20 minutes.

4

You can then either serve immediately or leave it to cool and serve as part of a meat platter.

Simple Slow Cooked Gammon with a ginger glaze

Gammon joint with a ginger glaze

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