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 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!
Leftover gammon on Boxing Day? No problem, simply make: