Lovely & Great Value 😋
Beautiful Gammon joint cooked in the slow cooker brushed with a small amount of mustard. This is a great value peice for people who know how to cook it properly. Always does out family a meal and sandwiches the next day 😃
Good value and very tasty
Really astoundingly good value. I soaked mine overnight and then cooked in cherry Pepsi max. Sounds odd but delicious. A good 5/6 platefuls from it.
Great for family slow cooker dish
Excellent. I slow cook the gammon with a quartered onion and 100 ml water for about 4 hours and it’s lovely and tasty.
Great flavour and good value
Lovely gammon not fatty at all! I placed into cold water and when it came up to the boil, I changed the water and then simered for an hour. No shrinkage and a lovely flavour. Great hot or cold and ideal to slice and then freeze for sandwiches at a later date. Fantastic value.
I had bought this before I read the reviews! Thought oh dear,,, however,, soaked it overnight, then just put it in my lidded roasting dish in the oven for hour and half 180*, lovely, it was bigger than I thought so might be eating it for a few days,, lol that’s what I call value.
Superb if cooked like we do
Tesco's cheapest gammon joint is excellent after some additional cooking. Follow the instructions on the packaging exactly and remove from the oven when "cooked". Use a sharp knife and slice vertically into three thick pieces. Place them into a pan of boiling water or a slow cooker and simmer for about an hour. When you can remove a small piece and crumble it between your fingers it is ready to enjoy. Always better hot.
Dip in quality
Week after week was wonderful taste and quality but last two weeks very fat after cooking not enough meat for my needs
Lovely in slow cooker.
So far this has been lovely, I cook it in the slow cooker with only a honey and mustard marinade. Last time I cooked covered with Cola, then stuck in the oven for approx 20min covered in the usual marinade. It was delish. Any leftovers freeze really well.
A lovely gammon joint at a tender price!
This is a lovely gammon joint. It should be common sense to soak it for around 24 hours, changing the water a few times to remove the preserving salt. It's then best cooked in a slow cooker for around 6 hours. The result is a tasty and tender joint without the saltiness mentioned in other reviews.