This slow-cooked mustard and ginger gammon is the ultimate way to cook your next gammon joint. The meat stays juicy, whilst the ginger and mustard offer a delicious, spicy kick.
Readymade ginger syrup is the ‘not so secret ingredient’ to this recipe, reducing production time spent simmering from scratch.
This recipe can be served with chips and eggs, for a delicious weekday meal or as a main feature for a Christmas Day lunch.
Ready to use Chilled Egg Products
If you are looking to serve this recipe with eggs, we also offer ready-to-use, poached chilled eggs as part of our ingredients range. These come with a 42-day shelf life and have a runny yolk every time.
Mustard and Ginger Gammon Ingredients
2kg boneless gammon joint (smoked or unsmoked depending on your preference)
2l ginger beer
1 onion, quartered
2 clementines (or satsumas)
2 bay leaves
2 tbsp English mustard
4 tbsp ginger syrup
Let’s give it a try!
Place the gammon in the slow cooker on low and pour over the ginger beer
Add the onion, clementine, cloves, and bay leaves
Leave for 6 hours, topping up with boiling water if needed. The gammon should be fully submerged.
Take out and leave to rest and cool down
Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees
Once cool, remove the rind off the gammon and score a cross pattern across the remaining fat
Mix the ginger syrup and mustard and brush half of the mixture onto the gammon
Roast in the oven for 10-15 minutes
Brush over the rest of the mixture and proceed to roast for an additional 20 – 30 minutes. If it starts to catch or smoke, cover over with tin foil or a lid. Keep basting the joint with the juices and syrup as you go.
Rest for 10 minutes before carving and serving with your chosen sides.
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