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Step 1. Preheat oven to 275°F. Whisk together the glaze ingredients, and generously slather all over the ham. Cover the ham, loosely, with foil and place into preheated oven set on a roasting rack for about 1 1/2 hours, total.


The spiral honey ham always means leftover ham and that means I’m dreaming up ways to repurpose and reuse these leftovers. Now, if you don’t have leftover ham, not to fret. Just buy a thick cut big slice of boneless ham and you can dice it up for this easy pineapple ham casserole! Pineapple Casserole Recipe


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.


Unwrap your whole bone-in ham or spiral ham and pat dry with a paper towel. Place the ham cut side down in the slow cooker. In a small bowl, whisk together the ingredients for the ham glaze. Pour the pineapple brown sugar ham glaze over the the ham and cover with the lid. Cook the ham on high for 3-4 hours or on low for 6-7 hours.


Expert Tips! Any ham will work for this recipe, but we like the spiral ham so the juices can get right into the ham to give it so much flavor. If you use a bone-in ham you could score it for the same effect. When you pour the pineapple on top, pull the slices apart so it can get into the ham giving it so much flavor. Make sure to use a 6-8 quart crock pot because this is a large cut of ham.


For this recipe, it is best to cut the ham yourself instead of getting a spiral cut boneless ham which often comes with very thin pre-cut slices. You want to make 10 incisions into the ham to accommodate the 10 slices of pineapple found in one can. Do not cut all the way to through so that the ham holds together and remains in one piece.


Spiral Ham and Pineapple I bought a 10 lbs Shank end spiral cut Ham and found a recipe that said to put sliced pineapple between each slice. I bought Fresh pineapple to make nice thin slices then cook 10 oz of Pineapple juice and Brown sugar down to a syrup and poured over the half. Cooked a325* for 1 and 1.2 hours pour remaining glazed over ...


Ham and pineapple go together beautifully, and this baked dish is a great example. Leftover baked ham slices are called for, but purchased ham steaks or thick-sliced ham from the deli are excellent alternatives. Allow about 4 to 6 ounces of ham per person (less for children).


Brush a third of the glaze (about 1/3 cup) over ham and bake, uncovered, 15 min. Rotate ham in oven and repeat with another 1/3 glaze and bake another 15 min. Brush remaining glaze over ham and ...


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.