What do you serve with Gammon cooked in cola?

(16 Posts)
butterflymum Mon 10-Dec-12 12:37:34

Peaches go well with it. smile

Gaviscon?

Theicingontop Mon 10-Dec-12 12:08:27

Baby potatoes tossed in herby butter, pile of greens/red cabbage. Yum.

Lexie1970 Sun 09-Dec-12 19:06:19

I will be making this tomorrow for first time. Quick question - does the coke become the gravy and exactly how do you cook it in the slow cooker?

Tia grin

nkf Sun 09-Dec-12 15:32:32

Baked potatoes and coleslaw.
Red cabbage with spring onions and mustard yoghurt dressing.

We are having this for dinner with braised red cabbage and roast potatoes.
It has shrunk to about half it's previous size as I keep eating bits from it.

twinklesparkles Sun 09-Dec-12 15:19:36

Its nice with peppered potatoes (just boiled potatoes with lots of black cracked and white ground pepper on top

XBenedict Sat 08-Dec-12 14:23:28

Dauphinoise potatoes and veg if cold, salad if warm

TacticalWheelbarrow Sat 08-Dec-12 14:22:36

These all sound so nice! I think I'm going to make a potato salad and a seasonal salad to use up the last of the salad dressing in the fridge. A bit of a summer dinner to try and blot out all the wintery weather. grin

I often do braised red cabbage and wedges

fuzzpig Sat 08-Dec-12 13:48:57

I would do it with a potato salad made with just-boiled spuds, heaps of mayo and spring onion.

Hungry now!

stargirl1701 Sat 08-Dec-12 13:47:03

Sweet corn and mashed potato.

VBisme Sat 08-Dec-12 13:46:42

Mashed potatoes to soak up the cola juices and corn on the cob.

paneer Sat 08-Dec-12 13:46:37

steamed green veg and mash

ohfunnyface Sat 08-Dec-12 13:45:34

I had it recently with a lots of lovely salad and roast potatoes.

I would do it with green veg and baby potatoes

TacticalWheelbarrow Sat 08-Dec-12 13:44:00

Hi, I'm doing this recipe for the first time (Gammon i slow cooker as we speak grin) and was wondering what you serve with it?

I was going to do roast dinner trimmings (roast tatties, stuffing ect) but to be honest none of us really fancy all that tonight.

I'm going to pop to asda in a bit so ideas would be most welcome. Tia smile

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