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Cook ingredients that you are used to cooking by other techniques, such as fish, chicken, or hamburgers. In other words be comfortable with the ingredients you are using.
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Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Simple Glazed Ham

Ham just seems to be the meat of choice for Easter. I consider ham a frugal meat choice especially if it is a bone in. The meat is low fat and the bone makes an excellent bean soup. My family knows after ham comes bean soup and ham sandwiches. Ham can be froze in either cubes or slices. It can also be home canned.

Simple Glazed Ham

There is a wide variety of glazes for hams and while I've made many of the more complicated ones, I decided to use a simple glaze for this ham. This is a bone in ham about 10 lbs. I roasted it at 350ºF for about 45 minutes. The glaze was simply 1/2 c honey and 1 tsp dijon mustard wisked together then brushed over the ham and allowed to roast about 15 minutes then a quick baste over. The result was a nice, tender ham with just a hint of honey. Sometimes less is more as in this case.


1 food lovers commented:

EC said...

Damn, that looks DELICIOUS!! My mouth is now watering - seriously! I love ham :)