Ham is a popular meal at Christmas time and yet it is surprisingly easy with lots of options for the leftovers that Christmas always brings.
Created by my mother, this recipe has turned out to be the most popular dish, on high demand, by family members at Christmas time.
A perfect way to eat leftover ham with not a Christmas flavour in site. This onion gravy has a barbecue flavour to it and goes well with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
Moist, tender, succulent, tropical flavoured baked ham. Idea cold for a hot Australian Christmas with salad.
If you have a large enough slow cooker try this way to prepare your next Christmas ham. It will make the entire house smell amazing!
The ham, apple and thyme in this recipe are well matched with the fattiness of the duck. I serve it at all my important dinners including Christmas.
I love how this glazed ham looks with whole slices of fresh pineapple attached to it. The leftovers are great too and can be served with fresh pineapple.
Smoked ham brings the traditional quiche Lorraine recipe to a new level. This recipe is also great for using up leftover Christmas ham.
Christmas and Easter is when I usually serve this roasted ham coated with an easy glaze of mustard and maple syrup.
An amazing and surprising way to prepare the Christmas ham! This main dish will receive applause for its beautiful presentation as well as the irresistible flavour.
For a real treat this Christmas dinner, why not try a double dose of pork - a pork tenderloin stuffed with prosciutto and olives, rolled, roasted and served with walnut sauce.