Gammon steak Watch

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Grill's died. Got a gammon steak for dinner, how long should I bake it for (roughly)?

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somwhere between 30-45 mins normally
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mmmmm gammon steak, with pineapple on top?
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pineapple, mashed potato and peas would be yum.
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and a fried egg :p:
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(Original post by dh00001)
and a fried egg :p:
I'm going for Gammon Steak, 2 fried eggs and chips
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nice so far. but will there be cheese?
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Sadly not, I'm all out, and a third trip to Sainsbury's doesn't appeal :p:

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brown sauce at least? :eek:
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As an alternative may I suggest you pan fry it instead?
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yeah pan frying will be much better than baking...

as the baking will make, what is a dry cut even dryer
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ew. Gammon is dry enough as it is, you might aswell go and get a nice crusty cow pat from a feild. Would still be more moist than baking gammon.

Fried ftw
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why are you baking it? fry it for like 4mins on either side.
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Yeah fry it.
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If it's the thin 'horseshoe' cut of Gammon, I'd never bake it. I's way too thin and it'll be too dry as already mentioned.

If it's a thicker D-cut Gammon steak, baking it would be OK. Smear it with tomato puree then cover with cheese. Lovely,
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