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Bought the wrong cut - can I still cook it in coke?

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by amyclare, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. Picked up a collar of bacon rather than a piece of ham/gammon in the supermarket by mistake. I was planning to cook the ham in cherry coke and glaze it in the oven. Will this still be ok with a collar? Should I do anything differently? I usually follow Nigella's instructions and bring ham to boil in a pan of water to get rid of excess saltiness before cooking properly... Any advice welcome as am having people to lunch tomorrow and really want it to go well!


    Happy Easter lunch!
     
  2. Picked up a collar of bacon rather than a piece of ham/gammon in the supermarket by mistake. I was planning to cook the ham in cherry coke and glaze it in the oven. Will this still be ok with a collar? Should I do anything differently? I usually follow Nigella's instructions and bring ham to boil in a pan of water to get rid of excess saltiness before cooking properly... Any advice welcome as am having people to lunch tomorrow and really want it to go well!


    Happy Easter lunch!
     
  3. henriette

    henriette New commenter

    it will be fine
     
  4. nick909

    nick909 Star commenter

    Agree with H!
    Obviously, check your cooking time with regards to weight.
     

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