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Lesson one is to get something simple to cook. Lesson two is to make sure it will be tasty and worthwhile. Lesson three make sure you don't waste any pieces and finally eat it all.
What I love about this recipe is that it is so simple and useful. A nice gammon joint at a reasonable price will be enough for about three or four meals and all at a good price.
Now these pork rinds are something I would never usually do, but I saw it done on TV and thought why not. This inspired me to make sure I didn't waste the fat from the gammon.
The recipe which I stole from a good diners TV show on food network was as follows:
That seems like a lot of work. It is and was, but I'm happy that the food didn't go to waste and it was very tasty with a sweet chilli sauce. For the sauce this I added some cayenne pepper, lime juice and salt to sweet chilli sauce.
Now don't waste food and make sure you enjoy it.