Gammon



Recipe Info


Yield

Serves: 4

Nutrition

Calories: 276
Carbs: 6g
Fat: 8g
Protein: 11g

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Cooking Times


20 min
Preparation Time
0 Hours and 20 Minutes
85 min
Cook Time
1 Hours and 25 Minutes
105 min
Total Time
1 Hours and 45 Minutes

Preparation


Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C
  2. Use a piece of foil, large enough to comfortably wrap the gammon, and lay the gammon in the center of the foil. Lift the sides of the foil. Sprinkle the white wine over the gammon. Wrap the gammon tightly in the foil and seal tightly to prevent the moisture from escaping. Bake for 45 minutes in the preheated oven
  3. In the meantime, add all the glaze ingredients together, and mix well. Microwave for 30 seconds on full power
  4. After the gammon has cooked, increase the oven temperature to 200°C. Remove the gammon from the oven and unwrap the foil. Create shallow, evenly distributed slits, in the top of the gammon using a sharp knife
  5. Do the same from different angles, to create criss-cross diamond-shaped patterns through the top of the gammon fat. Try not to pierce the skin
  6. Place the gammon in a deep roasting tin and place it on a rack in the middle of the oven. Stud the gammon with the cloves and brush with the glaze. Bake for a further 20 minutes. Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Serve hot, or cold. Perfect for a picnic too.

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Sean Ross
Great gammon recipe. You need to add how to prepare the glaze to the method. Otherwise, fantastic recipe. You still get a five from me. 5.00
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The Cooking Cat
Hi Sean, the glaze preparation method is mentioned in step 3. Thanks for pointing that out. We have emphasized the point to make it stand out. Happy cooking.

Debra Marshall
Don't wait for Christmas 🎄 till you try this gammon recipe. It is way too tempting not to try out before the festive season. We had a little taste to make sure it is what we need and I can tell you this recipe is terrific. Thanks for bringing this recipe to my taste buds. 🥂😂😁 5.00

Yvette Smith
Have to try this gammon recipe for Christmas 🧑‍🎄🎄. Looks too good not to try. Thanks for sharing. 5.00

Lucy Arnolds
The is the best gammon recipe I have tried. It a now a legend with our family. Thanks for sharing this recipe. 5.00

Rebecca Brawn
Real easy and simple gammon recipe. Love the glaze. Really good. 5.00

Larry Stark
Don't miss out on this gammon recipe. I have tried it and it is delicious. The meat is juicy and tender and the children love it. Tastes real good. 5.00

Gregory Holmes
Fantastic gammon recipe. Tastes wonderful. You guys are the best. 5.00

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