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Slow Cooked Gammon in Pineapple Juice

Slow Cooked Gammon in Pineapple Juice

I thought it was about time I started using my slow cooker again and after this success I think its going to be more of a regular fixture in our house. I was sceptical whether gammon would work but it really did and the pineapple juice added a lovely sweetness! I'm going to try Cherry Coke next.

I served it with Macaroni Cheese and peas.

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Slow Cooker Gammon

Slow Cooker Gammon


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Slow Cooker Gammon in Pineapple Juice

Slow Cooker Gammon in Pineapple Juice

Slow Cooker Gammon joint in pineapple juice
  • 1 kg Unsmoked Gammon Joint
  • 1.5 Litres Pineapple Juice
Step 1: Place the gammon joint in your slow cooker and cover with the pineapple juice. Cook on low for 6-8 hours

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Yield: Serves 4-5 as part of a meal


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  1. You couldn'd ask for a simpler way to cook gammon. Sounds great ... will have to give it a try :)

  2. It's cold and raining here today...this would be the perfect dish for dinner.

  3. It's about time I dug my slow cooker out again. I tend to use it a lot more in the winter, they're great for cold weather food like stews and casseroles.

    I really like your gammon Idea, I've tried cooking it in coke ala Nigella, it works really well.

  4. I always use the slow cooker to cook gammon - you just can't beat it.
    Yours looks totally delicious cooked this way.

  5. Easy peasy lemon squeezy, and it looks and sounds delish.

  6. This is the sort of thing that my mum makes for me when I go round to hers. Looks delicious!

  7. Oooh, that looks simple enough! Nice play on the gammon slice with a slice of pineapple on top!

  8. Oooh yum! and with a glass or two of wine of course lol


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