Every so often you roast ham and have leftovers for days. What do you do with them? Here are some simple yet flavourful recipes for turning leftover ham into mouthwatering dishes.
How to store leftover ham
Both cooked and cured leftover ham can be kept in the fridge for three to four days. If your ham is on the bone, wrap it in a clean cloth before putting it in the fridge to stop it from drying out.
Leftover ham can also be frozen – wrap it well in plastic wrap before packaging it up in aluminium foil or freezer bags.
Pea and ham muffins
This easy-bake recipe showcases the classic pea and ham combination and makes a delicious brunch. If you can’t wait for them to cool completely, serve them warm and spread them with butter.
Mini quiches with peas and ham
What’s better than a quiche? A mini quiche! Peas and ham make the perfect quiche ingredients and are complemented in this easy recipe by flavoursome chives and nutty gruyere cheese.
Calzone with ham and mozzarella
A traditional Italian recipe that’s great for using up leftover ham in a classic combination with mozzarella and tomato for a twist on a midweek snack.
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This article was updated on 13/3/2023.