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For grilled fruit, Paula recommends cooking the glaze in a saucepan, mixing the fruit with the glaze and then grilling it. She then suggests serving the fruit with ice cream, drizzling additional glaze on top. However, Paula Deen?s recipe for bourbon glaze differs by th...

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Paula Deen's recipe for bourbon-glazed pork chops involves brushing pork chops with a bourbon glaze and grilling them until they are thoroughly cooked. The bourbon glaze consists of bourbon, mustard and brown sugar. The pork chops take 30 minutes to prepare and cook, an...

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For Paula Deen's old-fashioned ham glaze, mix together 3/4 cup of packed light brown sugar and 2 tablespoons of yellow mustard. Add enough juice from a 20-ounce can of pineapple rings to produce a thick glaze.

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A recipe for glazed carrots by Paula Deen involves cooking baby carrots in a mixture of apple juice, sugar, butter, mustard, salt and paprika. This recipe is available through Food Network.

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Paula Deen offers two recipes for glazed pecans: pecan praline morsels and cinnamon toast pecans. Food Network categorizes both recipes as easy, and both take less than one hour to prepare.

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Maple and Mustard Salmon is a Paula Deen recipe that has five stars on FoodNetwork.com, as of 2015. The dish, which you can prepare on a grill, calls for skin-on salmon fillets. Flavor the salmon with a sauce made from Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, apple cider vi...

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Paula Deen's recipe for old-fashioned holiday ham has a rating of five stars out of five stars from users on FoodNetwork.com. This recipe takes about two hours to complete; an hour and a half of that time is for preparation.