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Ham is such a cheap meat, but still tasty and versatile when following our Ham Rollover mealpack.
While the initial cooking time for the ham takes a while, you can simply chuck it in a pan and forget about it for a few hours. The end result is worth it and can be stretched over three completely different meals!
Meat and Fish
2 kg gammon joint (unsmoked)
Fruit and Veg
3 white onion
1 bulb of garlic
1 large orange
1 red chilli
½ a cucumber
mixed salad leaves
a bag of small new potatoes (500g)
½ a savoy cabbage
a small block of Reblochen cheese or Camembert
a small tub of double cream (200g)
a jar of English mustard
a jar of of honey
handful of breadcrumbs
1 tin of pineapple rings
2 bay leaves
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a glug of olive oil
a knob of butter
A whole ham takes virtually no prep before throwing it in a saucepan of water and adding a few flavours. After its cooked, it's all up to you! The joint can be cooled and kept in the fridge to be eaten cold. Alternatively it can be reheated by roasting, grilling or baking.
Is all about scoffing the ham whilst it's still warm. The sticky orange and mustard glazed ham carves perfectly and goes really well with some roasted potatoes and sweated leeks.
For the second recipe in the meal pack we take the weird but strangely satisfying combination of ham and pineapple often found on pizzas and use it to create our Grilled ham and pineapple salsa recipe. It's fresh, summery and carb free.
Day 3 To finish the meal pack off we use the last of the leftover boiled ham in our tartiflette recipe. It's awesome comfort food crammed with ham and oozing cheese.