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.
This is a Japanese classic dish that everybody loves, casual, home-style cooking. It reminds me of home, deli and casual dining where I used go to.When I miss Japanese food, this is one of my recipe that I would cook at home.
A simple creamy pasta dish that is very tasty. This serves 2 but can easily be changed to accommodate a larger serving size, and preferences on how much of each vegetable is desired. Do not leave out ANY ingredients as this is a very simple dish and the taste will be compromised.
One of my many favourites, this split pea and ham soup is made from scratch. Slow simmering the ham or bacon bone for hours with veggies to make a delicious base before adding the peas.
Mashed pumpkin combined with fragrant herbs, spiced with chilli and combined with ham or bacon. This tasty dish tastes great over rice or couscous.
So quick, easy and cheap to make I love this toasted ham and cheese sandwich which I often eat as a side to soup.
This is a simple dinner that uses ham and tomatoes as the primary ingredients. It is quick to cook making an ideal choice for when you are in a hurry.
You'll love these toasted ham and cheese sangers easily made in a sandwich press. If you don't have a sandwich maker you can always fry them in a frypan or even use the old jaffle iron.
Perfect for lunch, this is a quick, easy and tasty pizza variation with the best topping of all: ham and pineapple.
A great spaghetti recipe made with ham and black olives. Easy enough for every day but elegant enough for a special meal.
This quick and easy microwave version of a ham and zucchini frittata is great for a last minute Sunday lunch or busy midweek meal.