Slow Cooker Gammon In Coke
Slow Cooker Gammon In Coke. A delicious slow cooker recipe, slow cooker gammon with coke is a genius invention and tastes amazing. The perfect dump and start slow cooker gammon recipe for lazy days.
- 1 Kilo Gammon Joint
- 2 Litres Coke
- 3 Tbsp Brown Sugar
- 4 Large Carrots
- 3 Celery Sticks
- 1 Large Onion
- 4 Tsp Honey
- 2 Tsp Mustard
Preheat your slow cooker and while it is heating up peel and dice your carrot, clean and dice your celery and peel and dice your onion.
Place the coke and the brown sugar into the slow cooker and mix well until the brown sugar is dissolved into the coke.
Add in the gammon, celery, carrots and onion.
The gammon will now be almost submerged.
Place the slow cooker on high for 4 hours.
After the 4 hours remove the gammon from the slow cooker and take off the fat. Pat dry the gammon joint.
Mix together your honey and mustard in a bowl.
Add a layer of honey and mustard to the top and side of the gammon.
Place the gammon on the grill pan inside the air fryer and cook for a further 5 minutes at 200c/400f.
Its common to boil the coke first in a pan and roast the gammon in the oven at the end. This adds on a lot longer of a cook time and you can reduce it by following my gammon in coke method above.
The slow cooker could do with being preheated for an hour beforehand if possible, but if you can’t then 25 minutes. This is so that you can mix the brown sugar into the coke without needing to put it into a separate pan.
I recommend an air fryer and an air fryer grill pan. Not just for this recipe but for other family recipes too. Its hands free in a similar way that a slow cooker is.
You’re welcome to use more honey and mustard if you prefer. Just remember double the honey to the mustard to create that sticky glaze.
Serving: 250g | Calories: 1000kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 433g | Fat: 336g | Saturated Fat: 120g | Cholesterol: 1240mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin C: 7mg | Calcium: 186mg | Iron: 18mg
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