Ham Loaf

I think this is one of those recipes that anyone would struggle to make look appetising, I am actually a bit embarrassed to actually post any photos of this one!!
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I had decided to make this with a can of ham! I just felt that was fitting with this book, and can imagine that’s what the recipe intends! I decided to blitz that in a food processor for a few seconds, I think too long and I would’ve ended up with a mush!

The ham I had weighed 200g so I had to try reduce everything else, but I actually ended up using a whole onion, 2oz of oats and the whole egg in an effort to bulk this up..

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All mixed together and then pressed into a tin. Really doesn’t look great at this point..

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After about 40 minutes it doesn’t really look much better, but it does smell quite nice! Maybe I’m just so hungry that I’d say that about anything..

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I think because I had used significantly less meat compared to the other ingredients, my loaf has ended up a tad soft and kind of falls apart a bit too easily..

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Well I have to say this tastes way way better than it looks! It’s really soft and hasn’t kept its shape at all but we did eat the lot!

Would I make this again? Even though we did eat it all I don’t think I’d bother making again!

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