Prep: 30 Minutes
Cook: 10 Minutes
Serves: 4 Sandwiches
The Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich has become quite popular in the United States over the past few years. Traditional Banh Mi uses a pork sausage and crisp fresh and pickled vegetables. We’ve created a version using our Ginger Lemongrass Sausage, a soft roll or baguette, pickled carrots, and a savory mayonnaise to ensure the sandwich … Continue reading Banh Mi Style Sandwich
Prep: 1 minute
Cook: 3-5 minutes
Serves: Good for one ham
These are instructions for the Niman Ranch Ham Glaze packet found with our Applewood Smoked Spiral Sliced Ham. Don’t feel like using the glaze on your ham this holiday? Save it to use on any ham you purchase!
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Serves: 6 - 8 people
This home made Lamb Sausage recipe is a great recipe for both the adventurous and simple cook. Our Lamb Program Manager loves to make this sausage and put it on his lamb sausage pizza with arugula, though it’s a great substitute for any recipe calling for a fennel-based sausage. Try it with eggs, spaghetti sauce or … Continue reading Lamb Sausage
These Hot Dogs are stuffed with cheddar cheese then wrapped in our Hickory Smoked Bacon before hitting the grill. The best part isn’t just the bacon – you get a quick and easy meal that has the option to be an hors d’oeuvre. Cut each hot dog into bit-sized pieces and stick with a toothpick for finger food, or … Continue reading Hickory Smoked Bacon-wrapped Hot Dogs
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 20 minutes
Our Garden Relish uses peppers instead of pickles but keeps a unique, subtle brightness with the addition of fennel. Top it on our Fearless Franks at your next barbecue and you might never back to the pickle version again. You can keep your Garden Relish in the fridge for up to one week. It’s also great on burgers and sandwiches. BBQ and Grilling … Continue reading Garden Relish Fearless Franks
Prep: 30 minutes
Cook: 3 hours
When Christmas is over and the guests are gone, you might find yourself with more leftovers than you know what to do with!
If you find that ham is one of those leftovers, then we have the soup for you! This is a wonderful fall or winter meal, regardless of the holiday. It’s best served with thick slices of warm, crusty bread and butter or crescent rolls.
We’ve updated the classic Eggs Benedict recipe with cheddar corn biscuits and Southwestern flavors, an easy and foolproof technique for blender hollandaise sauce, and make ahead tips for cooking the biscuits and poaching the eggs. Don’t have time to make the biscuits? Use your favorite biscuit dough instead!
This easy breakfast hash is as beautiful as it is delicious. Serve for brunch topped with an egg cooked to your liking or as a side dish with Niman Ranch pork chops for dinner.
This salad is a variation on the classic panzanella but is made heartier with the addition of grilled sweet Italian sausages and corn. Served as a main course, it’s perfect during the hot summer months when tomatoes are at the peak of ripeness and you don’t want to spend time in the kitchen.
Prep: 1 hour
Cook: 2 hours
By Niman Ranch Executive Chef Andrew Hunter The honey glaze will seep into the nooks and crannies as the ham bakes. Plan ahead though and put the ham in early so you can let it bake at a low and slow temperature until it’s steamy hot in the center.