Very carefully, snip off the string and slide a knife, in a horizontal sawing motion, between the ham rind and fat, then lift off the rind, leaving a thin layer of fat on the meat. Lightly score the ham fat with a knife in a crisscross pattern.
Mix the mustard, honey and sugar in a small bowl and spread it all over the ham fat. Bring the foil in towards the ham to create a bowl to catch any sticky juices.
Serve hot or cold with mash and greens, crusty bread or potato salad and mustard. This ingredient shopping module is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page.
You may be able to find more information about this and similar content on their website. Tip half the sugar into the slow cooker and place the gammon on top.
Serve hot or cold with mash and greens, crusty bread or potato salad and mustard. Remove the top layer of fat from the gammon, brush the gammon with 1tbsp each of runny honey and wholegrain mustard and cook in a preheated oven at 200 °C (180 °C) mark 6 for about 15-20min until golden.
Per Serving: Calories: 311 Fiber: 0 g Total carbs: 9 g Sugars: 9 g Total fat: 15 g Saturated fat: 5 g Protein: 35 g Sign up to our newsletter to get more articles like this delivered straight to your inbox.
STEP 3 Carefully pour the liquid away, then let the ham cool a little while you heat the oven to 190C/170C fan/gas 5. Lift the ham into a roasting tin, then cut away the skin leaving behind an even layer of fat.
STEP 4 Mix the maple syrup, mustard, vinegar and ground cloves or five-spice in a jug. STEP 5 Remove from the oven and allow resting for 10 minutes, then spoon more glaze over the top.
Push the probe right into the center of the joint to check, it should read 65C once cooked (this will rise slightly as it rests.) You can keep the recipe super simple and literally just add the gammon and a little water.
But, if you don’t add any water to the slow cooker, the gammon won’t burn. Slow cooking a gammon joint in coke might seem like a strange idea.
If you are making a glaze for the gammon (see details further down), you can use honey then before putting it in the oven. Leave the gammon in the slow cooker for a longer length of time so that it becomes more tender and you are able to pull it apart and shred it.
If you do want to reduce the salt content, ideally you will soak it in a bowl of fresh water for at least 12 hours before you want to cook it. Simply place the whole gammon joint in a large enough saucepan and bring it to the boil.
If you struggle to take it out, or it feels a bit springy, the meat isn’t cooked. You can either serve the gammon straight from the slow cooker, or add a glaze and cook it in an oven for 15 to 20 minutes.
Make sure that the ham fits in the cooker and can be covered with the cola. The slow cooker should be preheated for 5 to 10 minutes and the cola should be heated to simmering point before it is carefully added to the ham in the slow cooker as preheating the liquid will speed up the cooking process.
As a slow cooker uses very gentle heat it is likely that the ham will take longer to cook, and we would estimate that the ham will take around 4 hours to cook, though if you have a high setting on your slow cooker then using this setting for the first hour and reducing the heat to low after that could bring the cooking time down to 3 1/2 hours. Spread about 1 1/2 cups of brown sugar on the bottom of the slow cooker crock.
Just be sure to discard any pre-made glaze packets or the plastic cap on the bone if included before placing in the slow cooker. To make this ham you’ll combine the brown sugar, honey, Dijon mustard, and water on the stove until the glaze is blended and frothy.
If you are using a spiral cut ham, be sure to slightly separate the slices so the gale can get down in between! Use a meat thermometer to confirm the internal temperature reaches 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
Take the stress out of meal preparation with this Slowpoke Honey Ham recipe perfect for Christmas, special occasions, or weeknight dinners! In a small saucepan, combine honey, brown sugar, mustard and water.
Bone-in, skinless chicken thighs cooked in the slow cooker create the Luke flavor in this Italian slow cooker chicken caricature recipe for an incredibly easy weeknight or weekend meal. I’m here to tell you, today, right now, that thanks to this slow cooker chicken caricature recipe, the meat LITERALLY falls from the bone.
Both books offer calorie-conscious recipes geared to home-cooked, family-friendly dishes that are totally approachable. I had to choose whether to go slow cooker with dishes like Chicken and Dumpling Soup, Slowpoke Italian Turkey-Zucchini Meatballs, or Slowpoke Asian Pork with Mushrooms, or choose a dinner ready in under 30 minutes like Spiralized Beet Salad with Seared Scallops and Orange or Vanilla Bean Cheesecake Shooters.
Serve it over pasta, plenty or spaghetti sauce or serialized zucchini noodles topped with a sprinkling of grated Parmesan cheese. And bonus points that its easy enough for weeknight but totally wow-able for weekend entertaining.
Technically no, but I recommend doing so to add even more flavor to this slow cooker chicken caricature. Gina’s original recipe called for 8 chicken thighs, but because my package had 10 I threw in the extra two.
I used fresh thyme in this recipe but you could easily substitute or add oregano or rosemary too. Bookmark this recipe and leave a comment below, or take a photo and tag me on Instagram with #foodiecrusheats.
Add the garlic and onion and cook until soft, about 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the tomatoes, bell peppers, mushrooms, thyme and bay leaves to the slow cooker.
Discard the bay leaf and transfer the chicken to a large plate or cutting board. Serve with pasta, plenty or spaghetti squash topped with Parmesan cheese.
This caricature is definitely filling enough, but sometimes you just need a drink, salad and a little something sweet to complete the meal. As always, thank you for reading and supporting companies I partner with, which allows me to create more unique content and recipes for you.