Ham is a versatile meat with it being popular baked and glazed at Christmas. Ham recipes also include pea and ham soup, sandwiches, quiche and pasta bakes.
I was trying to make something simple yet "yummy" for my kids lunchboxes. This makes approx 24 patty pan sized muffins. If using a muffin pan, you may only get 12 larger muffins and will need to increase the cooking time by about 5-7 minutes.
This is a hearty pea soup in which dried split peas and a ham bone are cooked with carrots, potatoes, onions and a pinch of marjoram. You can choose to soak the peas overnight or use the faster method explained in the recipe.
An easy chicken recipe. The roasted garlic cloves taste delicious spread on crusty bread, which makes a great starter to this meal.
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.
Everyone has to try making a Christmas ham once in their life, this is the recipe I tried and it was that good I am sharing it.
Want a real Bolognese sauce? Try this which contains ham, chicken livers, two kinds of mince and cream. There is no garlic but just a little ground nutmeg.
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.
Ham is good but with an added homemade glaze it is great! This recipe is quick and easy but makes all the difference when creating a wonderful baked ham.
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.
This is the perfect quick snack or light lunch fix. Ham and Cheddar sandwiches are dipped in spicy egg mixture and pan fried.