A recipe for a pineapple ham glaze is Betty Crocker’s ginger pineapple ham glaze. It is a mixture of 3/4 cup of packed brown sugar, 1/2 teaspoon of ground ginger and 1/2 cup of pineapple juice. For a larger ham, double the recipe.
A good recipe for glazed ham with pineapples is Paula Deen's old-fashioned holiday glazed ham which yields 12 servings and takes about two hours to prepare and cook. Another good glazed ham recipe with pineapples is Patrick and Gina Neely's old-fashioned glazed ham which takes approximately three ho
Taste of Home offers a glazed pineapple ham recipe that includes instructions for a glaze made with crushed pineapple, lemon juice, Dijon mustard and brown sugar. The glaze coats a 7- to 9-pound fully cooked bone-in ham.
Some pineapple glaze recipes for ham steak are Martha Stewart's Pineapple Mustard Glaze, Paula Deen's Old-Fashioned Holiday Glaze and Steamy Kitchen's Cola-Pineapple Glaze. These are spooned or brushed over baked ham before returning to the oven to brown before carving the ham into steaks.
To prepare a simple ham glaze, combine brown sugar, honey, Dijon mustard and pineapple juice in a bowl. Brush on top of the ham during the last 45 minutes of cooking.
There are many easy ham glaze that can take about 5 minutes to make, such as brown sugar and mustard and pineapple and ginger glazes. The Betty Crocker website offers 10 very easy recipes for ham glazes.
To make a quick pineapple glaze sauce, mix together 2 tablespoons of whole cloves, 1/2 cup of pineapple juice, 1 cup of packed brown sugar, 4 teaspoons of prepared mustard and 3 tablespoons of lemon juice, and cook it to a boil in a saucepan. Strain, and remove the cloves.
The estimated cooking time for a spiral ham is 20 to 30 minutes per pound. This cooking time is used when the ham is cooked in an oven heated to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.
Warm up spiral-cut ham by covering it with heavy-duty aluminum foil and placing it in an oven set at 325 F. Allow approximately 10 minutes of heating time for each pound of ham. It is also possible to warm smaller portions of ham in a skillet or in a microwave.
To make cola-glazed ham, put the ham in a baking pan, pour cola over it, add pineapple rings and seasonings, and bake the ham for 15 to 18 minutes per pound of meat. During baking, baste the ham with cola every half hour. This recipe yields 20 to 30 servings.