Precooked hams can be heated by baking in a preheated 325 degree oven for 16 to 20 minutes per pound until a meat thermometer registers 135 degrees F.
Precooked hams come in two types: partially and fully cooked. A partially cooked ham needs to be baked for about 20 minutes per pound in a 350 degree oven. A fully cooked ham only needs to be heated for about 10 minutes per pound in a 350 degree.
Precooked ham, whether half, whole or canned, can be safely eaten from the package without further cooking, but if reheating a cooked ham is desired, it can be reheated in a 325 F oven to an internal temperature of 140 F, according to the United States Department Agriculture. Depending on personal p
Reheating a precooked ham should be done at a moderately low temperature for between 15 and 30 minutes per pound, depending on the style of ham and whether it is boneless or bone-in. It is imperative to monitor a precooked ham closely so as not to dry it out by overcooking it.
One recipe for baked ham uses an 8-pound fully cooked baked ham half; chill the ham for 24 hours, trim fat from the ham's surface, score it, brush with a mix of sugar and mustard, and stud with cloves. Pour apple juice over ham and bake, basting as it cooks.
With a hot enough heat source and proper technique, it isn't necessary to precook chicken before grilling it. At 375 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, a pounded-thin chicken breast cooks through in a few minutes per side without precooking. For more even heat, grill with the lid closed.
Some popular recipes for cooking ham are the Food Network's Baked Ham With Spiced Cherry Glaze and Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze. Another good recipe is Baked Ham With Pineapple.
Some online sources for ham recipes include FoodNetwork.com, BettyCrocker.com and MyRecipes.com, which feature highly rated recipes for spiced ham with sweet potatoes, baked ham with brown sugar mustard glaze and honey glazed ham. MyRecipes.com has a recipe for loaded potatoes with ham and Swiss che
A good recipe for fresh ham is Paula Deen's fresh ham with house seasoning. Another good recipe is roasted fresh ham with cider glaze, also featured on the Food Network.
To make a simple ham, cook a smoked cut of pork at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 30 minutes per pound. Coat with a pineapple-honey glaze, and garnish with pineapple slices and Maraschino cherries. The finished dish yields 10 to 12 servings.