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
Never cooked my gammon in slow cooker before but wow it ewas so moist and the flavour was devin Its even great cold the next day with pickles and cheese - 02 Jan 2014