A spiral ham baked to perfection with a homemade glaze of brown sugar, mustard, and cloves. An extremely easy recipe that results in a very satisfying and succulent main course. I am all about those meaty mains.
Sam's Choice Spiral-Cut Premium Ham is smoked longer with a rich hickory flavor that seals in all it's natural juices. This ham is double glazed with brown sugar to deliver the perfect balance of sweet and savory flavors in every bite.
In a medium bowl, whisk together sugar, mustard, honey, pineapple juice, and ground red pepper. Place ham in a large roasting pan, and drizzle with sugar mixture. Cover with aluminum foil. Bake for 30 minutes. Uncover and bake 45 to 60 minutes more, basting with pan drippings every 15 minutes.
My Twice Smoked Ham with Brown Sugar Honey Glaze is a backyard twist on that holiday classic. An extra kiss of hardwood smoke adds so much flavor to a spiral cut ham and the glaze is almost like a sweet and savory shiny candy coating to tie everything together!
Combine brown sugar, mustard and pineapple juice as needed to make a thick glaze. Then get busy spooning the glaze all over and in between the spiral ham slices. Bake for another 30 minutes, then remove from oven.
BAKED HAM. Baked Ham with Brown Sugar Glaze is the PERFECT dish to serve on the holidays. You can decorate the ham with cloves or pineapple to add more to the presentation, or serve with just the brown sugar glaze. If I’m having a lot of guests, I’ll make 2 or 3 hams.
Spiral sliced hams are a great invention. Conveniently pre-sliced, these hams are easy to carve and serve. Perfect for Easter and Christmas celebrations, they usually come with their own glaze packet, but making the glaze at home greatly changes the end result. Our recipe for the glaze perfectly complements the salty-sweet flavor of the ham.
Leftover brown sugar ham and pineapple ham glaze should be kept in an airtight container in the fridge. It will last up to 4 days in the fridge, if stored correctly. How to Reheat Ham. If you need to reheat the entire brown sugar ham, wrap it tightly in foil so it doesn’t dry out, then heat it in a 300ºF oven for roughly 15 minutes per pound.
How To Make A Glaze For Ham. A ham glaze needs a few different parts: Sweet: The caramelization of the sugars is what adds the sticky exterior we love so much.This can be in the form of brown sugar, honey, jam etc. Tangy: Orange juice, pineapple juice, cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar all add great flavor!; Spices: Garlic, cloves/cinnamon, mustard, rosemary
With 30 minutes left of cooking, remove the ham from the oven. Brush a thick coat of the brown sugar-mustard glaze over the ham. (Glaze can be warmed in saucepan on medium-low heat to make it easier to brush, if desired.) Return to the oven, uncovered, to finish cooking. Allow ham to rest for 10 minutes and serve with the remaining glaze on the ...