A traditional honey glazed ham is easy to make and requires only a few ingredients such as ham, honey, cloves and butter. The best part is that it can be prepared in under 2 hours.
To create a honey-glazed ham, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Score the top of a 5-pound ham, and press cloves into it using 1/4 cup of whole cloves. Place the ham in a baking dish. In a small saucepan, combine 1/4 cup of dark corn syrup, 2 cups of honey and 2/3 cups of butter. Stir the
An easy recipe for honey mustard glaze for ham is Trisha Yearwood's recipe Honey Mustard Glazed Ham from her Food Network show "Trisha's Southern Kitchen." The recipe can be found on FoodNetwork.com and the ingredient list includes brown sugar, clover honey and Dijon mustard.
Ham glaze can be made with a mixture of honey and brown sugar. Food Network, Chow and Food.com offer recipes for making brown sugar and honey ham glaze.
Sunny Anderson of the Food Network has a recipe for honey-glazed carrots that uses carrots, honey, butter, lemon juice, parsley and black pepper. This recipe has a rating of five stars out of five stars. FoodNetwork.com also has a recipe for honey-glazed carrots by Demaris Phillips.
Some dishes that go well with spiral-sliced honey ham include green beans, sugar snap peas, carrots and kale, asparagus and macaroni and cheese, notes Rachael Ray magazine. These dishes are commonly seen served at holiday dinners where a spiral-sliced ham might be the centerpiece.
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 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.
A spiral-cut ham needs to cook for 10 to 18 minutes per pound, depending on oven temperature. A 5-pound ham needs a minimum of 50 minutes in the oven at 275 degrees Fahrenheit.
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.