Horseshoe Gammon Joint



This joint makes for a fantastic carving centrepiece and the leftovers make a great filling for sandwiches! The horseshoe joint is a versatile gammon perfect for roasting or slicing into thick gammon steaks and then cooking on the barbecue for a big gathering. This is a beautiful joint that is full of flavour and makes a real alternative to the usual roasts.


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Horseshoe Gammon Joint

  • HORSESHOE GAMMON JOINT (All weights are approximates)

    Quarter Gammon (approx. 1.5kg - 1.9kg)

    Half Gammon (approx. 2.9kg - 3.3kg)

    Whole Gammon (approx. 5.5kg - 6.5kg)





    Freeze on day of purchase – Store between -18°C to -25ºC.

    Freezer shelf life is 1 months from purchase.

    Defrost in refrigerator for 8-12 hours before cooking.

    Once defrosted store between 0 – 5°C. Use within 24 hours.

    Do NOT re-freeze once defrosted.



    Boil Gammon:

    If you’re going to boil your gammon joint, you’ll firstly need a pan big enough to fit the entire joint in, with room for covering it completely with liquid. Place joint into deep saucepan of cold water bring to the boil then discard the water. You can use water, fruit juice, cider, or whatever you fancy, along with a mixture of herbs to add flavour to your gammon. Simply cover your gammon joint with your chosen liquid, bring it to the boil and allow to simmer. To work out how long to cook your gammon for, weigh the joint when raw and allow 20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus an additional 20 minutes.


    Roast Gammon:

    You can also roast your gammon joint in the oven. Similarly to calculating the cooking time for boiling, firstly you need to weigh your raw gammon joint, but this time, allow 30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus an additional 30 minutes, and cook it at 180°C (350°F or Ga