This ham is delicious and is great to make anytime, but especially during the holidays. Notes: The ham should be allowed to stand at room temperature for 2 hours before cooking. The cooking time DOES NOT include the sitting out to get to room temperature time*****Uncooked ham must be cooked until it reaches an internal temperature of 155 degrees F, then let sit for 15 minutes. It will continue...
I could not locate a baked ham recipe than (Apricot Glaze) here on Zazz so I am posting this lovely recipe fro All Recipes.
My partner's family is from Mississippi, and this is their recipe for Easter ham. I don't like ham at all, but I thought this was ok. Any ham-lover would adore this recipe, I think. Posted here mostly for safe-keeping, as I'll be making it every year.
Making a ham from scratch is easier than can be. Just mix your brine ingredients together, add the pork picnic shoulder and let it marinate for a week. Cook it as you would cook any store-bought ham. The ham showed here was cooked in a Big Easy Infra Red Fryer until it reached and internal temp of 165 degrees.
This is a great way to make a delicious and really tender pork roast that will please the whole family! I have sprinkled lots of garlic powder all over the roast after adding the spices and it tastes really good too. Feel free to change up the herbs to suit your taste. Great for Sunday dinner, when you have company, or anytime you feel like having a delicious meal!
Makes a simple, sweet and spicy glaze for ham that will not interfere with the ham later when using leftovers in other recipes.
Come holiday time or gatherings baked ham is a must make at our house. This is one of my favorite recipes. Makes for one awesome tasting ham. Baking in a tightly sealed foil package makes for delicious, moist and tender each and every time. The mixture can be varied to taste by adjusting the brown sugar and mustard. Go with orange juice or switch it up to pineapple juice serving with pineapple...
You may not ever bake another ham in the oven once you try this recipe, you need a large crock pot for this and choose a size of ham that will fit into you crock pot anywhere from 7-8 pounds you may need to trim the ham slightly to fit, a spiral ham is not recommended for this
Ham is a favorite for my family when the holidays come around. This recipe with the apricot preserves would be an even bigger hit. Found on Taste of Home's website and submitted by Marge Clark of West Lebanon, Indiana
This ham is an Easter favorite. You may be surprised to see lavender listed as an ingredient in this herb crust. Although very commonly found in desserts, lavender-especially sweet English lavender-is an incredibly versatile herb for savory cooking. Be sure to use only pesticide-free, food-grade leaves and blossoms from an organic farmer's market or online. Lavender from florists,...
This is very similar to porketta. This makes for a lovely Sunday Roast. I make mine in the rotisserie oven, but it can be cooked in the oven also.
One of my favorite pork roast recipes, and may also be made successfully cooked in the oven at 325 degrees F, if you like lots of gravy then double the cranberry sauce and French dressing
This is a nice change from the traditional brown sugar or mustard glaze. It is sweet, spicy and the mustard offers a nice tang. This can be used on any ham to be baked, ham steaks; and equally as good on pork tenderloin, chops or roasts. This makes a fair amount of glaze and will keep in the refrigerator for up to 2-3 weeks.
Mouth watering delicious glazed ham steaks for any occasion.
Try one of the Ham Glazes below or choose one of the Mix & Match choices from the list. They are all great for your special Glazed Ham dinner. Good any time but great for the holidays too!
This is so easy, simple but good. I like to buy a 3/4 inch slice of Black Forest or other type of ham from your deli instead of buying the ham steaks in the butcher counter. The ham is nicer and just the right size for 2 servings.
This is a recipe I am posting for Susie's World Tour 2018. This is a recipe I found on "Taste of Home" website, by Mary Gaylord, Balsam Lake, Wisconsin. If you have been to Hawaii and one of the luaus, this will bring you back to the pork roast that was served!!
This is very tasty and quick to put together.