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Smoked Gammon Joint


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Gammon joints are cuts of meat taken from the pig's hind legs, which are cured using salt and smoke. They are a rich source of fat and protein and have a more intense flavour than bacon. Since the gammon joints are salt-cured, it is advisable to soak them in water for a few hours to remove excess salt. The best way to cook gammon joint is to first boil the meat to ensure it stays moist and tender, and then roast it. Slow-cooking gammon joints make the meat juicier and tender. It is best served with roast potatoes and salads or glazed with a sauce. Order online and get quick delivery of all your meat.


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