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Half Bone-In York Ham (Uncooked)

Net Weight: 3.1kg min.

Product Code: YUHB

Sometimes a ham just isn't a ham unless you have cooked it yourself! [more...]

This is the ham that would be found in many a farmhouse in days gone by hanging from the ceiling. Although sadly that is no longer a common practice you can re-live the old traditions by pretending you cured it yourself! Dry cured and matured over a period of at least ten weeks, it develops a wonderful flavour and a firm yet succulent texture. The curing process means that the York is somewhat drier and saltier than the Wiltshire Ham.

The ham comes with an instruction booklet on how to cook your ham. Please note that due to the saltiness of the ham it will require a minimum of 24 hours soaking prior to cooking. So if you're ordering with a particular meal or event in mind make sure you request delivery at least 2-3 days before.

The optional cooking bag is ideal to use if you haven't got a cooking vessel big enough to pop the ham in, and it saves on the washing up! Instructions for using the bag come in the booklet.

Remove packaging. Prior to cooking the ham should be soaked in cold water for 24 -48 hours, changing the water once or twice. The length of soaking will affect the final saltiness of the meat. To Boil: Place ham in a large saucepan and cover with cold water, bring slowly to the boil and simmer for approximately 25 minutes per pound (500g). Unless you want to serve it hot, let it cool in the boiling water. To Bake: We recommend simmering for 20 minutes per pound, followed by baking baking at gas mk 5/190°C.

Keep refrigerated between 0-5°C. Suitable for freezing

Ingredients
British Pork, Salt; Preservatives: Potassium Nitrate.
Preparation
Prepared from 140g of raw Pork per 100g product
Country of Origin
Produced in Shropshire with farm assured pork from farms in Britain.
Nutrition
Typical Nutritional InformationPer 100g
Energy KJ839
Energy kcal201
Total Fat12.2
of which saturates4.32
Carbohydrate0.3
of which sugars0.3
Protein22.3
Salt3.4
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What people are saying about our Half Bone-In York Ham (Uncooked)

Half Bone-In York Ham (Uncooked)

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We followed a simple recipie found online to glaze and cook our ham and it was delicious as it always is!
4 months ago
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Beautiful flavour and texture
5 months ago
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Gorgeous! I normally go for the Wiltshire cure but fancied a change and very happy I did! The half gammon was perfect, such a good taste!
5 months ago
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Takes a little care to prepare properly but generally easy to do and delicious when finished.
5 months ago
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Delicious. Fed a crowd of people.
2 years ago
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It is huge. We'll still be eating it in August!