How to freeze ham

Freeze your leftover ham with these simple steps, then use them in some ingenious leftover ham recipes.

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How to freeze ham

If you have lots of leftover ham, don't let it go to waste. Ham will freeze well for up to four months if stored correctly. You can freeze it in blocks or in slices, follow the steps below.

How to store ham in the freezer

  1. Slice ham off the bone. Divide into smaller serving sizes. 
  2. Wrap in in foil, followed by cling film. Place into a freezer bag or sealable container. Label and date.

  3. Freeze.

  4. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before using.

Ways to use frozen ham

Leftover ham is fantastic to use in a second meal, check out some recipe ideas below.

Get the recipe: Ham, Cheese and Chutney French Toast Bake


Get the recipe: Hash Brown Ham and Egg Nests

Get the recipe: Vegetable and Ham Slice

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