There's always more meat on a leg of ham than you can eat in one sitting. Try some of these creative ways to use up the remainder.
A rich source of B vitamins and protein, ham is surprisingly low in fat. The sodium content can be quite high, however, but reduced-sodium hams are available.
I came up with this sandwich on my own after I decided to experiment with some ingredients from the fridge. My husband absolutely loved it! Sprinkling the outside of the sandwich before frying really makes it.
Rissoles with ham or gammon, potato, rice, onion, egg and mixed herbs, gently fried for a delicious mid week meal. Great way to use up your leftovers.
Macaroni noodles and ham (or cooked bacon) covered in a creamy cheese sauce then topped with Parmesan and bread crumbs. Baked in the oven until light golden brown.
This easy and tasty ham and Swiss sammy has ham, tomato, Swiss cheese, Dijon mustard in toasted bread. Makes a great lunch alone or with soup and salad.