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  • Vol-au-vent selection

    Vol-au-vent selection

    Vol-au-vent make perfect party food, especially if you make a delicious selection with different vol au vent fillings. These Vol-au-vent recipes will make four different vol-au-vent fillings and trust us, they'll be gone in a flash! This easy vol-au-vent recipe uses ready-made vol-au-vent cases for some easy but impressive party canapés. Fill these ready-made vol-au-vent cases with these four varieties of filling including mushroom, chicken, prawn and ham and pineapple for some easy but impressive party canapés. Your friends and family are going to be impressed with this delicious range of easy to make a vol-au-vent selection. To make a batch of 24 vol-au-vent it will take around 40 mins to prepare and cook. Each vol-au-vent is made with a cream cheese filling which makes them cheap to rustle up too - perfect if you're doing a party spread on a budget. They're also our favourite retro party food!

    • 3
    (120 ratings)
  • gammon glaze

    Pulled glazed gammon

    If you’re going to make a gammon glaze, be sure to try this easy recipe that uses Port to make something really special. Use left-overs of this glazed gammon in sandwiches – if you have any! The gammon glaze gives this ham such great flavour, with a touch of orange zest for a hint of citrus. Move over pulled pork, this pulled glazed gammon is sweet, sticky and the perfect crowd pleaser. It takes a while to cook, but the slow cooking is worth it for the depth of flavour and tender meat that it gives you.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed ham

    A ham recipe is a Christmas staple, and this honey glazed ham is a delicious, mouth-watering dish perfect for the festive season. Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed Christmas ham recipe will definitely be enjoyed by the whole family, who will love having it on their roast dinner plates. It's the perfect choice for a Christmas ham too! Gordon says: 'A lovely glazed ham is a great staple in my holiday menu, not least because it’s also delicious served cold – or rather at room temperature – with my pear and saffron chutney. Roast on the day if serving hot, or up to 2 days ahead if serving cold.' This delicious sticky sweet honey glazed ham recipe is sure to become a family favourite, whether it's the centre piece of your roast dinner as a Christmas ham recipe, served cold with a freshly prepared salad or sandwiched between two half buns with a dollop of chutney. This mouth-watering Christmas ham serves 8-10 people and is slow-cooked to perfection. We'd recommend making Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed ham recipe in advance so it has plenty of time to cook and rest. If you're making this as your Christmas ham recipe, remember to do it in advance too so you get the most flavour!

    • 4
    (356 ratings)
  • How to cook a ham

    Learn how to cook ham with our step-by-step guide to cooking the perfect gammon recipe. Whether for Christmas dinner or Sunday lunch, our recipe makes it easy

    • 4
    (126 ratings)
  • Thanksgiving mustard ham

    Thanksgiving ginger beer and mustard glazed ham

    You'll love this mustardy Thanksgiving ham, perfect for putting on a buffet table or starring as the main event at your celebration meal. Even though it's an American holiday it's a nice excuse for us Brits to get together and be thankful for good friends and family, and what better way to do that than by sharing food? If you want to go all out you could serve this Thanksgiving ham with turkey, too, as well as all the other usual accompaniments - mashed potatoes, green been casserole and lashings of gravy.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Ham and pea soup

    Pea and ham soup

    Pea and ham soup is a delicious winter warmer that will definitely put a smile on your face on a cold day. We all know how easy it is to make pea soup, a mid-week staple that doesn't blow the shopping budget or the calorie counter. But sometimes our family can feel a little disheartened by a bowl of green soup, so we suggest adding a delicious ham hock (packaged supermarket ham works too) for this pea and ham soup. Especially if you have some cold cuts leftover from a Sunday lunch. This pea and ham soup recipe is easy to make, simple and perfect to store in tupperware for a light work lunch. This pea and ham soup recipe serves 4 people and will take only 20 mins to make. Leftovers of this pea and ham soup can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 days or you can freeze a portion or two in the freezer for up to 1 month. Make sure you defrost and reheat thoroughly before re-serving.

    • 3
    (35 ratings)
  • Turkey and ham pie

    Turkey and ham pie

    Turkey and ham pie is the perfect way to make the most of your Christmas leftovers. A traditional turkey and ham pie contains lots of vegetable and is the perfect 'use up' dish. You can add almost any veg you like to your turkey and ham pie, which is fab if you've got lots of greens leftover from Christmas day. To make this delicious turkey and ham pie, you'll only need 15 mins in the kitchen to prep it, and then another 40 mins to let it bake in the oven. Of course you can make this turkey and ham pie any time of year, not just at Christmas, but you're very likely to have more leftover turkey meat after the holidays. It's really delicious comfort food and you will find yourself making it time and time again. If you're looking for a comforting, filling and delicious pie recipe, this turkey and ham pie is the perfect option. The whole family will love it!

    • 3
    (92 ratings)
  • Bedfordshire Clanger recipe

    Bedfordshire clanger recipe

    A little bit like a good old fashion British pasty, a Bedfordshire clanger was a staple on farms back in the good old days. It was created so that workers could take a full meal out to the fields when they were going to be work all day. Wrapped up in pastry was two thirds a savoury pasty, and one third a sweet pudding - genius. This British classic has been forgotten and we aren’t sure why. With both sweet and savoury in crumbly shortcrust this Bedfordshire clanger is a winner for any lunchtime. We've plumped for tried and tested flavours, with a ham and potato filling featuring in the savoury side and an apple and cinnamon mixture filling the sweet side. However, once you've nailed this basic Bedfordshire clanger recipe you can have fun experimenting with all sorts of flavour combos - from curry and tropical fruits to pulled chicken and set custard, there's no limit to what you can combine in this tasty pastry recipe.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Eggy Bread with Cheese and Ham

    Eggy bread with ham and cheese

    Eggy bread is the perfect lunchtime treat. Our version is a cross between a cheese and ham sandwich and french toast and it's guaranteed to cheer you up whatever your mood, or whatever the weather is doing! You could of course just cook you slices of bread without the filling, to create a regular egg bread recipe, but we think this combo is a real winner. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser amongst young and old, these delicious fried sandwiches are oozing with cheese and packed with ham for a really satisfying meal. If you fancy adding some extras then we think the more the merrier when it comes to sandwich fillers. Gherkins, tomatoes or thinly sliced onions would all be a delicious little extra squished between the eggy bread outers. And because this recipe for eggy bread takes just 12 minutes and uses ingredients you probably have in your fridge regularly it's a great one to keep in mind for days when you're short on time.

    • 3
    (44 ratings)
  • Eat Well for Less Homemade Pot Noodle

    Eat Well For Less homemade gammon noodle pot

    This Eat Well For Less homemade gammon noodle pot is a quick and easy lunch option if you're short on time. It's a super quick lunch recipe as it only takes 5 mins to prep and 10 mins to cook, so you'll have a delicious meal ready in just 15 mins! So quick and simple to put together, all you need to do come lunchtime is boil the kettle and wait a few minutes. This Eat Well For Less recipe is so simple to make that you can even make a different variation each day by adding your favourite spices to the mix. Ring the changes with your vegetables and mix and match to suit - try finely sliced sugar snap peas, mushrooms or mangetout, or sweetcorn kernels. Another way to achieve a different flavour is to add a teaspoon of curry powder or 1⁄2 teaspoon of Thai red curry paste - simple changes that will completely transform the taste of this cheap and quick dish. This Eat Well For Less recipe is also gluten-free, which is ideal if you're following a gluten-free diet or are gluten intolerant.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's stuffed chicken breast

    Gordon Ramsay's stuffed chicken breast

    Stuffed chicken breast is always a delicious dinner option and this Gordon Ramsay stuffed chicken breast recipe is just the perfect weekend treat! Filled with ricotta cheese, these sage and Parma ham-wrapped stuffed chicken breasts are just too tasty! Perfect for dinner parties, this stuffed chicken breast recipe is really easy and simple to make. Plus it's quick too - you will only need 30 mins to cook this stuffed chicken breast recipe from scratch. This recipe serves 4 people, so it's ideal if you're organising a small dinner with friends - perhaps a fun double date night - or even if you're just making a nice dinner for your family. This stuffed chicken breast recipe uses only 7 ingredients in total making it a quick and easy option for a mid-week meal or when you fancy homemade over a takeaway at the weekend. It could even be an easy option for a homemade Valentine's Day dinner if you're stuck for ideas. And since it's so easy to make, you'll definitely impress your other half with your cooking skills as you won't mess it up! The Parma ham slices give the chicken breasts a smoky flavour and the sage and ricotta stuffing is creamy and moreish. Serve with a side of greens and a creamy mash - yum!

    • 4
    (183 ratings)
  • Stuffed chicken with Parma ham

    Stuffed chicken with Parma ham

    This chicken and Parma ham recipe is delicious served with roasted tomatoes and crisp green salad and is one of your all-time favourite stuffed chicken breast recipes! This recipe serves 4 people, so it's ideal if you're planning a small dinner among friends or even as a special family dinner. If you're feeding more people however, you can easily double up the ingredient quantities to make more. This dish is also really quick to make, which makes it ideal for a quick midweek dinner that will be a treat for the whole family. It takes only 35 mins to prepare and cook. It's a great choice if you've got friends over for dinner and want to impress. It's an easy recipe - takes only four steps to cook this stuffed chicken with Parma ham - but it looks very professional when finished, so you'll definitely impress with your cooking skills. Serve with new potatoes or mashed potatoes and freshly prepared and cooked greens including broccoli, spinach and kale. The salty flavour from the Parma ham makes the chicken breast parcels extra flavoursome and tender. You're going to love them!

    • 3
    (413 ratings)

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