Some say that gammon was first eaten at Christmas time by the Germanic people as a tribute to their God and was often associated with harvest and fertility. In Nordic countries the Christmas ham is coated with a layer of mustard, egg and breadcrumbs. Nowadays there are so many variations to it and in South Africa, we’ve put our own spin on the traditionally European dish.
Check out these 3 gorgeous gammon recipes that will leave you licking your lips!
Have you voted for in our Festive Food poll? The war is on between gammon and trifle.
Leftover gammon on Boxing day? No problem, simply make:
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