Sunday Roast Ham and everything. The Sunday Roast is a traditional British main meal that is typically served on Sunday (hence the name), consisting of roasted meat, roast potatoes, or mashed potatoes. A good roast ham is a real treat for Christmas, and it's great for feeding a crowd, too. It's super-easy to achieve a crispy, golden glaze and juicy, succulent The first step to great roast ham is good buying.
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Ingredients of Sunday Roast Ham and everything
- Prepare 1750-2000 g of Ham (butcher bought not supermarket).
- It’s 6 of carrots.
- It’s 2 of large mushrooms.
- It’s 2 of small onions.
- You need 10 of white potatoes (or as many as you like).
- You need 1 of small broccoli.
- You need 1 of small cauliflower.
- Prepare of Vegetable oil.
- It’s of Cheese Sauce.
- Prepare 1 tablespoon of plain flour.
- You need 1 of chunk of butter.
- You need 1 of load of grated cheese.
- It’s of Milk (depends how much sauce you want as to how much milk needed.
It told me everything I needed to know. A Sunday roast is a type of main dish that generally consists of roasted meat, potatoes, and several traditional accompaniments. The meat used for Sunday roast is most often beef, but chicken, lamb, and pork can also be used. In certain seasons, ham, turkey, duck, or goose are occasionally used.
Sunday Roast Ham and everything instructions
- Place your ham in a large pot..
- Fill pot with cold water ensuring as much of meat is covered as you can. It didn't have to fully submerged..
- Heat the water to bring it to a simmer (NOT BOIL) and allow the meat to simmer for 1 hour..
- Whilst your ham is simmering. Prepare your vegetables. Roughly chop the small onions, large mushrooms, carrots or whatever other vegetables you'd like. You can mix in lots here so take your pick. Put aside. Nothing needs to be cooked until you go to the next meat stage. This is all prep..
- Next chop your white potatoes. Depending on if you like big or small roasties, cut them as you like 🙂 place them in some water and add 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a good pinch of table salt..
- Any other veg you have, go ahead and prep it now..
- Just before your hour simmer is up, fire the oven up. 200 degrees..
- Take the meat from your pot and put in an oven proof dish. Heat at 200 for 1 hour..
- Parboil your potatoes and carrots with salt and bicarbonate. 10 mins..
- Once boiled add to separate cooking tins/trays and put into ovens at 200. At 200 you will take longer than 220 but you can turn up at end once you take meat out..
- Now you should have meat, potatoes and veg all in oven roasting. If you have a split oven is better as you can raise the temp of the veg and cook shorter and crisper. That's not an issue if not. You just need to use your eyes and touch to have it just like you like.
- Keep an eye on the veg and turn periodically. Whilst the oven is at work let's prepare the cheese for the sauce.
- Great a load of your favourite type of cheddar cheese.. put to side. We'll use this when we take the meat out to rest and cook the Yorkshire puddings.
- Get a small pan and a tablespoon of butter in. Heat it up gently till it starts to melt. I'm putting this on the cauliflower and broccoli. If you want less sauce use less flour and less butter..
- Add a tablespoon of flour or however much it takes to soak the butter..
- Add the milk.. again you see this start to thicken so just add milk as you go along.. I put this in and heat it up.. It thickens fairly suddenly so I add a little more. DO NOT PUT TOO MUCH IN THO else it will be too wet..
- Add a load of cheese and mix in till you have the amount you need..
- It should be smooth so make sure you don't have any blobs of flour ;).
- Take your boiled broccoli and cauliflower and put in large dish..
- Pour on the cheese sauce and add back into oven.
- Your meat should be out now. Put it to rest..
- Take out your veg.. cauliflower cheese and check all as you like..
- Get some gravy.. I'm lazy so it's bisto tonight…Serve it all up and enjoy with a nice red.
With the help of a slow cooker, you can prepare a down-home dinner any day of the week, not just on Sundays. Like most roasts, this one is every better served a day or two after it's made. Roast it a day ahead and serve it cold or at room temperature on Easter Sunday. I made this as described but I left out the onion powder. Boiled Ham Joint , Boiled Potatoes , Peas , Parsley Sauce and lashings of Frosty Jacks Cider.