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Gammon and cheese croissant bake

The combination of gammon (ham) and cheese is a classic flavour pairing that many people enjoy. The salty, savoury flavour of the gammon pairs well with the rich, creamy flavour of the cheese, and the two ingredients complement each other nicely.

 Ben Forte, Kamado Joe   Winter 2022 Join us on        @thebbqmag

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A gammon and cheese croissant bake can be a good way to use up leftover ingredients, such as gammon or croissants that are past their prime. By combining these ingredients in a bake, you can create a new and tasty meal that helps you to reduce food waste.




Gammon and cheese croissant bake

2-3 tbsp Dijon mustard

6 croissants, split in half

8 slices thick-cut gammon

250g Gruyère, grated

3 eggs

350ml whole milk

100ml single cream





1. Set your BBQ to a medium heat, approximately 180°C. Spread mustard over each croissant half, then fill each croissant into a sandwich using the gammon and Gruyère.

2. In a saucepan, whisk together the eggs, milk and cream, then season generously. Butter an ovenproof dish and arrange the croissants at the bottom. Pour over the creamy mixture and leave to soak up for 20 minutes. 

3. BBQ with indirect heat until the egg mixture is just set – it should take approximately 15 minutes. Dive in!


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