Puddledub Bone-in Gammon

Puddledub Bone-in Gammon

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A half or whole gammon on the bone for entertaining a crowd. Some say the bone adds to the flavour…

Local, slow-grown and high welfare, the gammon has been mild cured for two weeks to slowly develop great flavour and texture.

It is suitable for roasting, boiling or home freezing.

Guide Weight: 2.9kg/5.9kg

Cooking a gammon for the first time? See Puddledub’s tips on How to cook a gammon below:

Traditional Glazed Ham Recipe

Follow these simple steps to get a perfectly cooked succulent ham at home this Christmas. 

Bouquet garni
Whole cloves
Brown sugar


  1. Soak the gammon overnight.
  2. Wash under cold running water.
  3. Return the ham to the saucepan with the bouquet garni and bring to the boil.
  4. Reduce the heat and simmer for required cooking time (20minutes per 1lb/450g).
  5. Remove from the saucepan and cut away the outer skin leaving a thin layer of fat.
  6. Score the fat into diamonds and press in whole cloves.
  7. Cover with the mixture of brown sugar and mustard.
  8. Place in a deep roasting tray and cover loosely with foil.
  9. Bake at 200oC /400oF / Gas Mark 6 for 20 -30 minutes until the glaze is golden.


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