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How to cook gammon steaks

How to cook gammon steaks

How to cook gammon steaks

Why not try?

The gammon steak is a stalwart on pub menus throughout the land, often served with egg, pineapple and chips. Although there’s nothing strictly wrong with gammon and pineapple (the sweetness of the fruit actually balances the salty, fatty flavour of the meat wonderfully) there are so many more ways to enjoy this tasty cut, so why not branch out a little next time you cook it.

How to cook gammon steaks

As gammon is brined before it is cooked, it is not necessary to add salt when cooking. There are two main methods for cooking gammon steaks:

Pan frying

Heat a little oil in a pan over a medium heat and fry for 2–3 minutes on each side until golden brown.

Grilling

Rub the gammon steaks with oil and grill for 3–4 minutes on each side.

Serving suggestions

James Mackenzie grills bone-in gammon steaks and serves them with gooseberry ketchup and crispy onion rings while Emily Watkins braises leg steaks before slicing and glazing them in honey for her pea and gammon salad. Gammon steaks also work brilliantly on the barbecue.

 
 
 
 

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