A Blissful Combo of Homestyle Bites
There was nothing quite like the times where grandma would tuck proper country ham slices between a tasty sweet potato biscuit. With this savory combo of baked Sweet Potato Biscuits paired with Cooked Country Ham Slices, you can reminisce deliciously!
Serve up some fun and let your Southern hospitality shine with a
dozen biscuits shipped with a 1 lb package of our dry-cured, hickory smoked and 90+ day aged country ham.
1 (1 lb.) pkg. Cooked Country Ham Slices
1 dozen Sweet Potato Biscuits
Bleached, enriched flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamin, mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), yams (sweet potatoes, water, corn syrup, sugar), light brown sugar (sugar, molasses), unsalted butter, all-vegetable shortening (soybean oil, fully hydrogenated cottonseed oil, partially hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oils, mono-and diglycerides, TBHQ and citric acid) baking powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, cornstarch, monocalcium phosphate), 2% milk, vanilla, cinnamon, salt, nutmeg.
Ingredients: ham, salt, brown sugar, sodium nitrate, black pepper and sodium nitrite.
How to Fry Virginia Country Ham Slices VIDEO
Storage (Uncooked and cooked Virginia Ham Slices): Refrigerate upon receipt. Storage (Sweet Potato Biscuits): Biscuits shipped frozen. Refrigerate or freeze upon receipt. Preparation (Uncooked Virginia Ham Slices): Cooking is required. Preparation (Cooked Virginia Ham Slices): Ready to eat. Preparation (Sweet Potato Biscuits): Biscuits are fully cooked and ready to heat, but must be thawed before serving. Serve at room temperature, or gently warm in oven or microwave. To reheat biscuits, thaw biscuits completely. Remove from bag and put biscuits in aluminum foil loosely wrapped. Place biscuits in the foil into a 350 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. Serve immediately. Uncooked Virginia Ham Slices: Cook (parboil) over medium heat in skillet with 1/8 cup water in bottom of frying pan. If you like, add a little brown sugar to surface of ham slices, the last minute of frying. Avoid overcooking, as this will cause the ham to be tough. Cook over medium heat until lightly brown. Red Eye Gravy: Remove fried ham to a platter. To pan drippings add ¾ cup water or water mixed with coffee. Bring to a boil and serve with the ham. Shelf Life (Uncooked Virginia Ham Slices): Best consumed within 3-4 weeks, 8 weeks refrigerated, 4 months frozen Shelf Life (Cooked Virginia Ham Slices): 10 days without refrigeration, 8 weeks refrigerated, 4 months frozen Shelf Life (Sweet Potato Biscuits): 10 days refrigerated, 3 months frozen