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A baked spiral-sliced ham garnished with pineapple slices has a very retro feel. It’s a recipe many of us are happy to revisit, especially around the holidays. Keeping the ham tightly wrapped in foil while it’s in the oven ensures the meat will be succulent and juicy. Use canned pineapple slices packed in juice—fresh pineapple will not be as juicy and may dry out too quickly during cooking.


Easy Pineapple Glazed Spiral Ham. By Foodiewife. Make your own pineapple glaze for your spiral cut ham! I wanted to show how easy it is to turn a spiral cut bone-in ham into something that looks impressive, but isn't a whole lot of work. You see, the ham glaze packet, that comes with a spiral cut cooked ham doesn't do much for me.


If you're in charge of the Easter ham this year, toss the glaze packet and choose one of our three glaze options: Pineapple-Prosecco Glaze, Cola-Dijon-Brown Sugar Glaze, or Coffee-and-Pepper Jelly Glaze. Preheat oven to 350°. Place ham half, cut side down, in a heavy-duty aluminum foil-lined jelly ...


An easy Pineapple Glazed Ham recipe. If you buy a boneless ham, you'll still have the same amount of meat to eat, about 10 to 12 pounds (because the bone accounts for about 4 pounds). The bottom ...


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In prior years I’ve shared a couple of different ways to prepare spiral sliced ham so I decided for this recipe I’d go the classic route with a bone-in ham shank studded with cloves and basted with a syrupy brown sugar-honey-pineapple glaze towards the end of the baking time .


Cover ham with brown sugar mixture gently pushing mixture into ham. Add pineapple slices on top of ham, secure with toothpicks if necessary. Pour reserved pineapple juice over ham. Add lid to crockpot if possible, if the lid doesn’t fit, cover tightly with foil. Cook on low for 3-4 hours or until an internal temperature of 145°F is reaches.


This Brown Sugar Mustard Glazed Ham Recipe is simply the best! Made with brown sugar, mustard, pineapple, and honey, this glaze makes an addictive and moist ham every time. It will be the star of your holiday dinner! In my opinion, glazed ham is good enough to serve all year long, but it’s especially perfect for Christmas or Easter dinner.


Remove ham from refrigerator and let sit at room temperature for 1 hour. Preheat oven to 350°. Place a rack in a large roasting pan and cover the rack with foil.


When the oven is up to temperature, return the ham, uncovered, and bake for 15 minutes. Brush the remaining glaze over the ham and cook for another 15 minutes. Carefully transfer the ham to a platter.