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 Post subject: Amana Pickled Ham
PostPosted: May 6th, 2010, 10:46 am 
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Will be making this for the Sunday dinner - it is a common appy/side at the restaurants in the amana colonies - especially our favorite place, The Ox Yoke Inn.

Amana Pickled Ham

1 lb. cooked ham
1 sm. onion
1 1/2 c. water
1 c. white vinegar
Pepper to taste

Cube ham. Combine onion, water, vinegar and pepper; add to ham. Mix well and refrigerate at least 12 hours.

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 Post subject: Re: Amana Pickled Ham
PostPosted: May 6th, 2010, 10:49 am 
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Here is another version and very similar.

This ham is served in many of the Amana restaurants as a side. This is a good appetizer to have around, and it keeps well in the fridge.

4 cups cubed cooked ham
1 large onion, chopped
2 cups water
1 cup vinegar

Combine all ingredients and place in quart jars. Let stand for several days before eating.

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 Post subject: Re: Amana Pickled Ham
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Interesting, what do you serve it with?

Is it like pickled pork hocks- they rock btw.

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 Post subject: Re: Amana Pickled Ham
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Pickled ham is served in a bowl, as a side, with the the rest of the meal and you just help yourself. I will make two pounds worth first thing tomorrow morning so it has a chance to cure for two days before serving with Sunday's dinner.

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 Post subject: Re: Amana Pickled Ham
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Bones wrote:
Interesting, what do you serve it with?

Is it like pickled pork hocks- they rock btw.


It is exactly like pickled pigs feet or hocks. You'd like it a lot.

It's simple to make and only takes about 20 minutes, plus the two day cure. These should be ready for Sunday's dinner. Will post a pic of the serving bowl Sunday.


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 Post subject: Re: Amana Pickled Ham
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That looks good!

What's the scale for?

I'm a little suprised that there aren't any spices added too. Maybe some mustard seed or something.....

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I used the scale to weigh out the meat.

No pickling spices are needed. There is no sugar and nothing is boiled.

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Have forgotten all about pickled ham.....and can't remember the last time we went to the Amana's.....need to set this up as a side trip next time we go home.....would love to try The Ox Yoke Inn


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Damn that sounds good.
I sure love pickled hocks and feet!

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Bark wrote:
Damn that sounds good.
I sure love pickled hocks and feet!

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You will like this, Mark, and it is easy to make.

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