Here are ten great tasting baked hams, perfect for your Easter, Christmas, or Thanksgiving dinner, or for any festive family feast.
Most of these recipes call for a fully cooked ham. A fully cooked ham can be enjoyed in sandwiches and recipes without further cooking, but heating improves the flavor and texture. If you aren't using a glaze and simply want to heat the ham, the packaging should have instructions for reheating the ham to a temperature of 140 F. Take a look at these easy... instructions for heating a fully cooked ham.
A fresh ham must be cooked to 145 F. Whether it is fresh or fully cooked, if your ham was not packaged by a USDA inspected plant, the ham must be heated to at least 165 F.
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Use a boneless canned ham or fully cooked smoked ham in this easy recipe. The ham is glazed with a simple, lightly spiced mixture of mustard, marmalade, and spices.
Part of the glaze mixture is combined with raisins for a flavorful sauce.
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This nicely seasoned, popular baked ham is flavored with a brown sugar glaze. It's a wonderful ham to serve for a holiday meal or Sunday dinner. The sweet-sour glaze is lightly spiced with cinnamon.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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This ham is glazed with a flavorful combination of maple syrup and apple juice, along with a little mustard and brown sugar.
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Peach Schnapps makes this ham glaze extra-peachy but feel free to substitute peach nectar or another liqueur or juice.
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Jack Daniel's Whiskey, brown sugar, orange zest, and spices gussy up this delicious baked ham.
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Cola and maple syrup jazz up this tasty ham glaze. This is a delicious glaze to use on your holiday dinner ham.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This ham is baked with a flavorful brown sugar and beer glaze. Feel free to substitute cola or ginger ale for the beer. Or use a non-alcohol beer.
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