The holidays are in full swing! Costco has the Serrano Ham for $99.99. Scroll down for photos & see how nice the display is! Costco really does make it easy to put together a great tasting/looking holiday meal. This Jamon Serrano Ham comes with a stand & the knife! Talk about having everything in 1 kit. It’s already cooked for you too, so there is literally NOTHING to do except buy it & eat it. This goes great with Turkey on Thanksgiving or the Costco Prime Rib Roast that is stuffed with garlic & spices. You get 14.3 pounds of goodness, so this should easily feed 15 – 20 people. If you have another meat as well (Turkey or Prime Rib) you should be able to feed 25 – 30. You won’t be disappointed with this ham! Here are a few more details about this Costco Serrano Ham……..
- Brand: Noel, 14.3 Pounds
- Product of Spain
- Minimally Processed
- Spanish Ham & Mediterranean Sea Salt Only
- Gluten Free, Lactose Free, Coloring Free, No Added Nitrates, No Added Nitrites, No Artificial Ingredients
- Includes Knife & Stand, Instructions Inside
- May be refrigerated
Costco Spanish Jamon Serrano Ham with Stand
This is such a great deal for a fully cooked, ready to go ham. It includes the bonus knife & stand as well. For less than $7 per pound, this is probably the cheapest you will find a product like this. You should be able to find this at most Costco’s. There wasn’t a HUGE stack of them but they will probably be getting more over the holidays. The one thing that is missing is a nice set of ham tongs. Check the links below for the best ham tongs around! If you do have trouble finding a smoked ham like this, or you prefer delivery, make sure to check out the links below……
- Serrano Ham Bone in from Spain 15 – 17 lb + Ham Stand + Knife – Cured Spanish Jamon Made with NO Nitrates or Nitrites
- Iberico Ham (shoulder) Grass-fed Bone in from Spain + Ham Stand + Knife – Jamon Iberico Pata Negra All Natural with Mediterranean Sea Salt
- Ham Tongs – Ham Pincers Jamonprive – Perfect for Thin Slices of Serrano Ham, Ibérico Ham and Italian Prosciutto
Price: $99.99, Item Number: 1244496
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13 thoughts on “Costco Serrano Ham, Noel Jamon Serrano Ham”
It’s pretty shameful that you only shared this for the affiliate link, without having any idea what it is. No one is going to take it home and slice it up and serve it on Thanksgiving. It’s a Spanish ham. They’ll need to take it home, assemble the stand, and carefully cut off the outer layer of fatty skin. Which is going take some time. It’s not easy. Then they’ll need to sharpen that little sword it comes with. Only then can they start slicing off some paper-thin slices. The ideal piece of Spanish ham is 1″x3″, and as thin as possible. It’s served at room temperature after sitting for a while. This is an appetizer, not a main dish. If you cut American-sized slices off of it, you’ll have a miserable experience, as it will be tough and chewy. Oh, good luck serving it on any one day. There are literally hours of carving time here. It’s delicious on a charcuterie board though.
So far Serrano Ham is the best I have tasted. Better than salty Chinese Ham. It is worth the effort I put in (preparing the board and thinly slicing) before I truly enjoy the Serrano Ham. I plan to buy it again online at Costco.
I am not using in for 7 weeks. Do I keep it in the box? I know take it out a week prior. Is that ok?
Yes we got ours for Christmas and kept at room temp and served last night! It was a beautiful display.
Is this boneless?
it can be keep at room temp for weeks of course if you live in Texas ur AC will be cool or a cool basement? yes
This is not a cooked product, it is salt cured. Excellent price, glad to have access to this great product!
Exactly. Thanks John. Per the manufacturer, this has as a shelf life of 1 year if put in the refrigerator. It’s one of the best prices around. Better to get it at Costco than online. I think it tastes great too!
These are cured hams and will last 3-6 months without refrigeration so long and they are kept covered in cheesecloth in a cool, dark closet/pantry. They will form a whitish mold which is actually to be encouraged; this is the meat equivalent of living cheese and protects the meat underneath. The mold is sliced off and then you cut the meat beneath it. Once every 2-3 weeks you can change the cheesecloth and wash the whole ham with apple vinegar if you wish.
White mold is expected, but if grey, black or fuzzy mold forms its time to ditch the ham – you didnt keep it cool covered and dark or forgot to “bathe” it enough.
If you have a fridge large enough, these things might actually outlive twinkies, but its not really needed, just try to eat the thing within 3 months and you’ll be just fine.
Wow Meet Meat Pete! Thanks for the helpful tips. I’m no professional with handling cured meats but it sounds like you are. Thank you for the helpful tips. 3 – 6 months seems like a long time. I imagine most people who purchase this eat it within a week or 2, but maybe not. Glad to know it can be stored for much longer. I personally wouldn’t feel confident buying this in November & waiting for Christmas to eat it, but that’s just me. Anyways, thanks for the tips & come back soon!
man just put ur boots on and go get one afterword’s you will stick ur chest out as proud as can be as you serve it
From the pics, it looks like it is in the chiller or refrigerated display case. Does it have to be refrigerated after purchase or can be it be kept at room temp for a few more weeks if the vacuum seal is unopened?
I believe this can be kept at room temperature. I have also seen this advertised in an aisle & not refrigerated. I was surprised to see that but that shouldn’t be a problem. Let me know what you end up doing