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Haybox ham

Haybox ham

Haybox cooking, also known as retained-heat cooking, is an age-old technique that uses very little energy. In the past, hay, feathers or wool were used for insulation; nowadays a blanket and a cooler box will suffice. The energy generated in a short time on the stove is then conserved through insulation for up to 24 hours. Food can be left in the haybox until it’s ready to serve – and it will be piping hot!
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RECIPE TYPE:Mains
 
Method
  • Place gammon in a large saucepan
  • Add spices, onion, garlic, peppercorns and ginger beer
  • Boil for 15 minutes
  • Seal the whole saucepan with foil (shiny side in) and carefully wrap in a blanket
  • Place the wrapped pan into a cooler box and fill any spaces with dishcloths
  • Leave for 24 hours
  • Mix all ingredients for mustard sauce
  • Remove gammon, slice and serve on crusty bread with watercress, onions and mustard sauce

 

 

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