Fried rice - the ultimate leftover powerhouse. Just make sure to dice your ham up finely - you want little salty bursts in every mouthful.
Picture this: giant gnocchi stuffed with a minced mixture of sausage, ham and bacon. That's exactly what these Austrian dumplings are.
These vibrant Spanish baked eggs get their red hue from smoked paprika. For an extra flavour kick, choose a spicy chorizo to add a warm hum to your breakfast.
If you don't want a ham sandwich but still want bread in the equation, then why not bake your ham into the bread loaf. That way, you get to use up your ham and save the bread real estate for other leftovers!
Kimbap is a must at any Korean picnic. Traditional versions use bulgogi meat, assorted vegetables and omelette, but you can use anything you'd like. Use leftover ham and pickles for a Christmassy spin on this light Korean meal.
Beautifully fresh and fluffy scones always bring their best effort to any table and this savoury version is no different. Definitely serve them warm or just out of the oven with extra ham and cheese, if you like. #homecooked
Vietnamese pork rolls are a staple at bakeries across Sydney, so why not make your own version with leftover ham? The plethora of different pickles take just 30 minutes to make, and you can enjoy Bahn mi's in your very own home.
What's better than a savoury French toast filled with chunks of ham? A savoury French toast filled with ham and topped with bourbon! We accept your eternal gratitude - you're welcome.
Bring your stuffing to the next level by using leftover ham. This spectacular Filipino roast chicken is stuffed with ham, cheese, olives, and even whole hard boiled eggs. Like a Turducken, but with more...stuff! Geddit?
“Cider isn’t just great for drinking, it’s also perfect for cooking. Unsmoked ham hocks are not often used for cooking but trust me, it’s worth giving them a try. You might need to order them ahead of time from your butcher.” Rachel Khoo, Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne