Ham baked in Ginger Ale
90minutes cooking time
- Ham (whatever size that suits the amount of people you are cooking for)
- Ginger ale (enough to cover the ham)
- A few tbsp Runny Honey
- Boil the ham in ginger ale for the time stated on the ham packaging
- Take it out just before the end of cooking time.
- Take off any skin with a sharp knife
- Score the fat
- Put in a roasting tin and pour honey over the fat
- Roast for about 20mins
- Check the ham is cooked through (Thermapen's are great for this)
- Use the juices to make a roux sauce.
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