About this recipe: A simple but delicious way of cooking a joint of ham. There are much more luxurious recipes out there but this is a nice simple one I made up. Timings and measurements are only approximate, adjust for the size of the ham and your slow cooker.
This is THEE only recipe you need for ham/gammon joint - i have never done one before so was a little nervous that i wrecked it!! i got an 11lb (5kg) joint with bone in - cut it in half and followed this recipe twice over - this is the best ham i have ever tasted and sooooooooo succulent - after the slow cooker part i only actually put in the oven for a further 10 mins and it was already gorgeous and i didnt want to ruin it - amazing - try this recipe and takes no time at all - 05 Jan 2013
Totally agree with first review.Ive cooked ham for years the conventional way and I could never get it right overcooked or not enough,anyway it was with trepidation I troied this I actually put it on and forgot it,it was on high for 6 hours!! it was perfect,I didnt even put it in the oven ideal now for lunch today and sanwiches for the week with leftovers going into carbonara!Thanks for sharing! - 13 Jan 2013
I throw all the ingredients in the slow cooker minus the brown sugar, allow to cook. Remove the gammon joint, pour the sauce into a pan and thicken with a little cornflour. It makes a lovely sweet sauce to pour over the gammon when serving. - 06 Jul 2014