Gammon boil recipes

Gammon Cooked in Cola

Gammon Cooked in Cola

Put the pan on the hob and bring it to a boil. Gammon cooked in cola is surprisingly excellent. Check the pan occasionally, and if necessary top up with boiling water to ensure that the joint remains covered throughout the cooking
Gammon Cawl and Cheesey Garlicky Scones

Gammon Cawl and Cheesey Garlicky Scones

Once the stock has boiled for the requisite time, pour the contents of the pan over the gammon, chuck in the cloves and bay leaf, pop the lid on and leave till dinner time
Roast Gammon For Mothers Day

Roast Gammon For Mothers Day

• If you’re making a bigger ham, you need to adjust the boiling time. Try this delicious roast Gammon recipe with a Maple Syrup and Cider glaze
Roast gammon shank in a cherry and honey glaze

Roast gammon shank in a cherry and honey glaze

This slow cooked gammon shank is meltingly tender and has a very slight sweet hint of cherry. In a pan that just about houses your gammon cover it with the water, any herbs and veg you can muster to make a stock (I used up a carrot and a few juniper berries from a jar)
Orange and Cranberry Glazed Gammon

Orange and Cranberry Glazed Gammon

Orange and cranberry glazed gammon, in November. I love a good gammon. So after a whole ten minutes preparing the glaze and then a few hours cooking (with the odd few minutes spent basting) the gammon was ready
Cauliflower Cheese with Gammon

Cauliflower Cheese with Gammon

Add the gammon and bring to the boil allowing the sauce to thicken, reduce the heat, add cheese and cook for a few minutes
Sugar glazed gammon

Sugar glazed gammon

Put joint into very large saucepan, cover with cold water, bring to boil, empty water. Half leg bone in green gammon
Marmalade Glazed Gammon

Marmalade Glazed Gammon

So I part cook my gammon by boiling it with a few aromatics. Add the bayleaves, cloves, peppercorns and allspice berries (if using) to the pan and bring to the boil
Marmalade Glazed Ham

Marmalade Glazed Ham

My mum used to prepare the ham the day before by boiling it and start roasting it the next morning. If you get a large ham joint you can use most of it for roasting and make pot luck soup with the rest of the joint and the water you have boiled the ham in