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A [[Gammon joint|gammon joint]] is a must-have at Christmas - not only does it always make an impressing centrepiece, it gives you plenty of delicious leftovers to feed the family for a couple of days. Cooking a [[Gammon|gammon]] joint from scratch is easy and likely to be more economical than buying a ready cooked joint.
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A [[Gammon joint|gammon joint]] is a must-have at Christmas - not only does it always make an impressive centrepiece, it gives you plenty of delicious leftovers to feed the family for a couple of days. Cooking a [[Gammon|gammon]] joint from scratch is easy and likely to be more economical than buying a ready cooked joint.
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| 3.5kg boneless Freedom Food labelled [[Gammon joint|gammon joint]] (or labelled outdoor bred, outdoor reared, free-range or organic)
 
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* 4 tablespoons [[Orange|orange]] [[Marmalade|marmalade]]
 
* 4 tablespoons clear [[Honey|honey]]
 
* 4 tablespoons clear [[Honey|honey]]
* 3 tablespoon [[Wholegrain mustard|wholegrain mustard]]
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Usually a gammon joint is cooked by boiling, either in a large saucepan (about 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours depending upon weight), or a quicker method is to cook in a [[pressure cooker]] (1 hour). After this process, the gammon will be cooked and perfectly safe to eat, however, often the gammon is then finished by [[roasted]] with a glaze ([[honey]], [[marmalade]], [[branston pickle]], etc.  This finishing process does make for an extended cooking time but it does give an exceptional finish.  
 
Usually a gammon joint is cooked by boiling, either in a large saucepan (about 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours depending upon weight), or a quicker method is to cook in a [[pressure cooker]] (1 hour). After this process, the gammon will be cooked and perfectly safe to eat, however, often the gammon is then finished by [[roasted]] with a glaze ([[honey]], [[marmalade]], [[branston pickle]], etc.  This finishing process does make for an extended cooking time but it does give an exceptional finish.  
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* [[Sticky Marmalade Gammon]]
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* [[Marmalade glazed jerk gammon]]
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* Take a look at our dynamic [[Meat cooking time calculator]], we have an option for gammon that enables you to calculate the cooking times based on the weight of the gammon, bacon or ham.
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'''<span class="reviewTitle">Marmalade works so well</span>'''
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<span style="line-height:180%"><span style="font-size:180%;"><span class="reviewScore">4.8</span>/5 </span> <span class="reviewDesc">The acidic tang of the oranges and lemons cuts through the saltiness of pork.  Yumm!</span> <span class="reviewAuthor"> [[User:Chef|Jerry, aka Chef]] ([[User talk:Chef|talk]])</span></span>
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Latest revision as of 17:33, 10 June 2020


Sticky Marmalade Gammon
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Servings:Serves 10
Calories per serving:1009
Ready in:4 hours 15 minutes
Prep. time:15 minutes
Cook time:4 hours
Difficulty:Average difficulty
Recipe author:Chef
First published:21st January 2013

A gammon joint is a must-have at Christmas - not only does it always make an impressive centrepiece, it gives you plenty of delicious leftovers to feed the family for a couple of days. Cooking a gammon joint from scratch is easy and likely to be more economical than buying a ready cooked joint.


Ingredients

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For the glaze:

Method

  1. Put the gammon in a large, deep pan and cover with water. Bring to the boil, remove from the heat and drain.
  2. Return the gammon to the pan, and then pour in the orange juice. Pour in enough cold water to cover the gammon completely.
  3. Push two cloves into each onion half and add to the pan along with the bay leaves. Cover with a lid and bring gently to the boil (this will take about 30 minutes), skim the surface and then reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook gently for 2 ½ hours, adding more hot water to the pan as necessary. Add the star anise to the water, if using.
  4. Preheat the oven to 180°C/fan oven 160°C, 350°F/Gas 4.
  5. Remove the gammon from the pan and sit onto a chopping board. Using a long knife remove the skin, leaving behind a thin layer of fat. Score the gammon in a diamond pattern with the tip of a knife. Place a clove in the middle of a few of the diamonds. Sit the gammon into a roasting tin.
  6. Mix together the marmalade, honey and mustard. Spoon or brush the glaze evenly over the gammon.
  7. Roast the gammon in the oven for 45 minutes, basting frequently with the glaze and pan juices, until the gammon is cooked through and golden-brown all over.


Pre-packed, plastic wrapped gammon joints

Most supermarket gammon joints don't look like something that would be served at a banquet for Henry VIII, instead they are plastic wrapped and held together by an encircling plastic band, or even two layers in some cases. If taste is more important than presentation, I prefer remove and discard the plastic banding that come off easily so the joint can absorb the flavours while boiling. The final banding is likely to be easier to remove once boiled. It will probably fall apart while being roasted, but that makes it even better for the marmalade to cover all of the meat.

Serving suggestions

Serve the gammon hot with red cabbage and roast potatoes or cold with a selection of cheese and pickles.

Notes on gammon cooking times

Usually a gammon joint is cooked by boiling, either in a large saucepan (about 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours depending upon weight), or a quicker method is to cook in a pressure cooker (1 hour). After this process, the gammon will be cooked and perfectly safe to eat, however, often the gammon is then finished by roasted with a glaze (honey, marmalade, branston pickle, etc. This finishing process does make for an extended cooking time but it does give an exceptional finish.

See also; Gammon recipes and related

Recipe review

Marmalade works so well

4.8/5 The acidic tang of the oranges and lemons cuts through the saltiness of pork. Yumm! Jerry, aka Chef (talk)


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