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Honey Glazed Ham (Part 1) – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 26, 2015




Gordon Ramsay prepares his Honey Glazed Ham with Pear and Saffron Chutney. Click for Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByyfG5…

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Qin ShiHuang 秦始皇
- 5 Years ago

Don’t push too deep in.

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Whiterin
- 5 Years ago

Not sure if it’s odd or not, but I personally like my ham just plain baked.
On a rack, over a bit of water, in a tinfoil tent. No seasonings, nothing
fancy, just plain. The taste of ham is already amazing, not much else needs
to be done in my opinion. That’s the good thing about cooking though, once
you have the basics down, you can make it however you like it. I must say
though, I absolutely can not stand cloves on ham, just completely ruins the
whole ham for me.

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MediaDobson
- 5 Years ago

His hands dont feel pain

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Time For Truth
- 5 Years ago

Who is giving this the thumbs down?

The B’nai B’rith?

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Jenna Robbins
- 5 Years ago

Albino pineapple lololol

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CtsLife
- 5 Years ago

I bet Randy Marsh would come to this video.

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Sarah Tompkins
- 5 Years ago

who else bursted out in laughter when he said the ham looked like an albino
pineapple

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EH CBunny
- 5 Years ago

Hams are smoked and fully cooked in America. Do you still have to boil it
again?

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hinasakukimi
- 5 Years ago

I have the plainest taste in food, I’ll generally stick to pasta, rice and
stuff like that, I hate ham and turkey and roast potato and all that
typical Christmassy stuff. I’m so awfully picky when it comes to food,
Gordon would be ashamed. But I have to say, I love watching this and it’s
making me hungry for ham which I don’t even like. Damn it looks ~good.

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Sumy Schick
- 5 Years ago

I think I have something more of a ham hock. How much different would that
have to be prepared?

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VantisDoroHall
- 5 Years ago

He really likes to slap his meat around.

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Ray .Thomson
- 5 Years ago

No Salt?

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Ny c
- 5 Years ago

Does anyone know if we can use this recipe on uncured meat?

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FedoraJudge
- 5 Years ago

+Gordon Ramsay Is there something you recommend to use in place of
(substitute) the Madeira Wine for the Honey Glaze? Don’t want to use
anything alcoholic when serving food to children after all.

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mauro acevedo
- 5 Years ago

I cant watch this type of videos because it reminds me how bad of a cook i
am

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Fulvio Donnarumma
- 5 Years ago

I suppose you can put another 1 or 2 kilos of cloves…WTF

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Hugo Brutus
- 5 Years ago

It is a gammon ham.

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Simon Peacher
- 5 Years ago

thanks you made my xmas

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billy jack
- 5 Years ago

I’d randy marsh the fuck outta dat ham… stick my nose in it like i was
whiffing pussy!

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Tisel Patterson
- 5 Years ago

Demerara sugar is the best sugar. Guyana does it big :D

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Isaiah Ogasawara
- 5 Years ago

why boil before baking if it’s uncured? Wouldn’t boiling create a stock
and just take flavor out of the meat?

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Crazy Horse
- 5 Years ago

What the hell is a gammon?

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AJ Johnson
- 5 Years ago

3:36 that was some sexy noises.

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scott hams
- 5 Years ago

What is that meat he used for the ham?

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RVFC2012
- 5 Years ago

Made this last Christmas and nobody liked it because it was far too
perfumed from the amount of cloves on it and the ham I made was virtually
the same size as the one Gordon uses in this video. I used the same amount
of cloves too, pretty much. If you don’t like really REALLY strong fragrant
flavours, I would go easy on the cloves because it can ruin an expensive
ham if you aren’t careful. The one I made, pretty much the same as this was
WAY too overpowering. Will do it again this year but with far less cloves.

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