Honey Mustard Roast Gammon Joint

So this week we decided to have honey mustard roast gammon, with the idea that the leftovers can be used for sandwiches and to make a gluten free quiche. I do love using leftovers and with 2 of us, this joint was fairly big so we will have a few!

1 Gammon Joint - ours was approximately 1.8 KG
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons whole grain mustard

  1. Place the joint in the slow cooker for approximately 8 hours, cover to 3/4 up the joint in stock (GF vegetable, chicken or ham)
  2. Preheat the oven to 180 C
  3. Take the joint out of the slow cooker, mix the mustard and honey together (it should be in equal parts) and smother the joint. 
  4. Put into the oven and roast for approximately 30 minutes.
  5. Serve with whatever sides you would like.

We served slices of gammon with fried eggs, but you can serve with whatever side or vegetable you would like. 

Like me if you have plenty of leftovers, they can be used for:

  • Pizza toppings
  • Used in a quiche, you can substitute the bacon in my quiche recipe for some of the cooked gammon
  • Use gluten free tortillas and some salad for a nice lunch recipe
  • Ham Hock and Cabbage Hash, this is a great recipe, just ensure you use gluten free stock cubes. The link to the recipe is here.

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