Burgundy ham

Burgundy ham

Burgundy ham is usually ordered in advance from the butcher, as the ham is first cooked, salted and lightly smoked, which can take two to three days. This gives the Burgundy ham its light colour, dark crust and typical taste. Burgundy ham is served classically with Burgundy sauce, for which one uses the red wine of the same name Burgundy. Burgundy ham can also be served cold as a cold cut.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
106 kcal
1 g
19 g
3 g

Recipes with Burgundy ham

Burgundy ham
Burgundy ham Put burgundy ham in a pot. Pour on just under half the water. ...
Burgundy roast
Burgundy roast For Burgundy roasts, first place Burgundy ham in a pot. Cover with water. ...

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