Smoked Gammon

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Working with Woodall's of Cumbria, who are renowned for their acclaimed traditionally cured hams, bacon and sausages, these gammons are the perfect accompaniment for your Christmas roast. Smoked for extra flavour, we recommend you give these gammons the Richard H. Turner treatment using the recipe below.  


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Roast Glazed Ham

by Richard H Turner


1 Smoked gammon (Half / Whole)
100ml / 200ml apple juice
100ml / 200ml cider vinegar
100ml / 200ml clear honey
100g / 200ml fresh Pain d’epice breadcrumbs


1. Soak the ham in cold water for 24-36 hours (or at least overnight if that's all you can manage) changing the water halfway through the soaking time. Before cooking change the water again, bring up to the boil and poach at a very gentle simmer at 90°c for 30 minutes per kilo (or until the internal temp is 55-60°c)

2. Place the apple juice, cider and honey into a pan and bring to a simmer, remove from the heat and put to one side.

3. Remove the ham from the water after the required amount of time and drain making sure to keep 300ml of the poaching liquid, cut away the skin and discard. (Score the fat if desired).

4. Place the ham into a deep roasting tray with 300ml of the poaching liquid and our half the glaze over the ham, then place in a prehearted oven at 140°c for 30 minutes. Halfway through remove from the oven, pour the rest of the glaze over the topand coat generously with the breadcrumbs before returning to the oven.

5. When the time is up remove from the oven and transfer the ham to a clean dish to rest for 30 minutes before slicing thinly.

7. Pour off the glaze from the roasting tray, pass through a fine sieve and reduce to a sticky syrup before serving alongside the ham.  

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