1. There is no prep required for this simple Sunday dish and whilst it’s cooking you can get on with your Sunday cleaning session.
2. Place a gammon joint into the slow cooker.
3. Pour in 75g of brown sugar ad rub over the gammon a further 75g.
4. Pour in 500ml of cider.
5. Add in 2 bay leaves and 10 peppercorns and leave to cook on high for 4 hours.
6. Serve with mini roast potatoes and vegetables. or for a warmer day with new potatoes and salad.