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Top Rated Ham Recipes
A spiral cut ham with a spiced orange marmalade glaze makes an impressive Easter or Christmas main dish.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
Elevate the baked ham with a festive glaze of cherry preserves, bourbon, molasses and allspice. Serve at Easter or Christmas dinner, open house buffet or brunchtime entertaining.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
This ham recipe uses minimal ingredients, including apricot preserves and crushed pineapple, and finishes baking in the oven while you sleep. The sweet and savory kick is also delicious. Recipe courtesy of Chris Loves Julia.
This and sweet and salty roast comes together with ingredients easily found at any grocery store and the juicy pineapples studded around the exterior of the ham will make for an impressive cernterpiece.Recipe courtesy of Lauren Greutman.
This ham is cooked inside a large Dutch oven and infused with apple cider, which gives the pork a sweet taste reminscent of autumn. It's delicious served alongside a warm salad or cabbage slaw. Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board.
This roasted ham recipe calls for marinating the meat overnight in a flavor-packed mixture of white wine, shallots, garlic, mustard, tarragon and spicy peppercorns. Serve it with steamed new potatoes tossed in chives and butter.Recipe courtesy the National Pork Board.
An orange glaze gives a refreshing citrus taste and whole cloves a warm aromatic flavor to baked ham.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
The outside of this scrumptious baked ham with an apricot honey glaze is perfectly caramelized, while the inside of the meat is delectably tender and juicy. You'll want to make this one over and over again. Recipe courtesy of Natasha Kravchuk, Natasha's Kitchen.
Balsamic vinegar in the glaze gives this ham a delicate balance of sweet and sour. Make sure to score the ham in a crosshatch pattern before pouring the glaze over so the flavor goes through the meat.Recipe Courtesy of the National Pork Board.
Time to try a savory muffin.Recipe courtesy of Phil's Fresh Eggs.
A common English custom is to hold a Funeral Tea at a nearby restaurant or the home of one of the mourners or relatives right after the service. Ham has been such a traditional component of Funeral Teas that it’s typical for mourners to ask if the deceased is "being buried with ham."In the book Death Warmed Over: Funeral Food, Rituals, and Customs From Around the World learn how 75 different cultures from various countries and religions around the world use food in conjunction with death in ritualistic, symbolic, and even nutritious ways.
The sugars in the rum and pineapple combine to make a delicious sweet and salty ham, perfect for your Easter or Christmas celebration. Reserve the pan drippings for a quick sauce that you can pour over your finished ham before serving.
30+ Best Leftover Ham Recipes That'll Turn the Christmas Feast into Delicious Meals
Though you may not be hosting a large Christmas party of friends and family this year as you might have in years past, chances are you'll still have plenty of ham to spare after your Christmas dinner. It's one of the unyielding rules of a Christmas ham: If you make one, there will be leftovers.
Thankfully, there's little more versatile than leftover ham for turning into dozens of delicious dishes. So don't feel like all you're stuck with is a few cold cut sandwiches and a bone for making some split pea soup. For instance: you can butter up some biscuits and slap some ham between them for a delicious Southern-style app or snack. You can chop it up and toss a handful into your favorite quiche. You can slide it into risotto, pop it into an egg bake, or slap a slice onto your French toast for an extra fancy breakfast. (There are so many ways that ham makes breakfast better.)
So fret not! This year's holiday celebration may be smaller than in years past, but that doesn't mean you need to skimp out on the cooking. Whip up a Christmas cocktail, pop some sides in the oven, and make yourself a big ol' Christmas ham, safe in the knowledge that we've got plenty of ideas for you to use up the leftovers. It's the gift that keeps on giving, and this year, we could all use a whole lot more of that.
20+ Leftover Ham Recipes That Are Anything but Boring
If you haven't tried breakfast casseroles before, now's the time.
Leftovers can be tricky. You don't want to throw away all of that delicious, home-cooked ham, but you also don't want to eat the exact same meal for a week straight. Because as much as we love the nostalgia factor of a classic ham and cheese sandwich, just like any dish, it can get old pretty quickly if you're having the same dinner day after day.
So don't panic at the sight of all that ham dominating your fridge space &mdash we have some leftover ham recipes that will make eating repeat food fun instead of a chore. From tasty leftover classics like pot pie and bread pudding to more creative leftover ham ideas like soufflé and creamy pasta dishes, your only regret will be not having more leftovers. Plus, there are plenty of bake-ahead meal-prep friendly recipes. Here are the most creative ways to eat your leftover ham &mdash and don't worry, we have some ideas for leftover turkey too.
For the brine:
- 1 pound (3¼ cups) coarse salt (sea or kosher)
- 8 ounces (1 cup) packed dark brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon pink curing salt (Prague Powder No. 1 or Insta Cure No. 1)
- 2 tablespoons pickling spice
- 3 quarts hot water
- 2 quarts ice water
Additional flavorings (optional):
- 10 whole cloves
- 5 juniper berries, smashed with the side of a chef’s knife or cleaver
- 4 bay leaves
- 4 strips orange zest (½ inch by 2 inches)
- 1 tablespoon whole black peppercorns
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled and lightly crushed with the side of a cleaver
Easy Crock Pot Ham
But it all started with the ham. For my ham recipe, I just altered the recipe for Brown Sugar Holiday Ham from Gooseberry Patch&rsquos Hometown Christmas Cookbook. I omitted the $8 a bottle pure maple syrup and decided to just use the pineapple juice from the pineapple slices I planned to use later in the week for another recipe along with the brown sugar.
The results were fantastic and the perfect base for all my yummy dishes. Now, I will probably still splurge with the maple syrup around the holidays, but this way was very good without the added expense.
(Note: If you want to cook your ham in the slow cooker, be mindful of size and shape. If your ham does not fit well enough to allow the lid to shut, you shouldn&rsquot use your crock pot. That is EXACTLY what happened to Aunt Lou. So she cooked her ham in the oven.)
Brown Sugar Glazed Ham
One of my favorite things to eat on the planet is this Brown Sugar Glazed Ham.
A couple of weeks ago, I found myself tasked with making a Sunday night dinner for family who was visiting us. My Mom has to avoid gluten, so I needed to come up with something that was gluten-free. And I needed a meal that would feed us for a couple of days. Ham was the obvious answer as it would feed us a couple of meals, and I’d probably be able to get a soup out of it after that. Brown Sugar Glazed Ham sounded amazing to me!
I remembered a recipe for Brown Sugar Glazed ham that I had spotted in one of my new cookbooks: Effortless Entertaining Cookbook: 80 Recipes That Will Impress Your Guests Without Stress by Meredith Steele (SteelhouseKitchen.com). I’m always entertaining friends and family in our home, so I’m a sucker for cookbooks that focus on entertaining. This book is divided into entertaining by season. There are suggested menus: Let’s Brunch, Dinner With Friends, Fiesta Taco Bar, Autumn Beer Dinner, Winter Harvest and more. And there are beautiful photographs to accompany every recipe.
I’ve bookmarked several recipes to try: Apricot- Curry Chicken Sandwiches, Bee’s Knees Cocktail, IPA Quick Pickle Green Beans, 10-Minute Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Salmon, Dried Cherry and Sage Goat Cheese, Whisky Caramel Brownies, Make-Ahead Parmesan Risotto, Roasted Cauliflower and Pomegranate Farro and Winter Pimm’s Punch. There are so many good, easy-but-impressive recipes in this book for sharing with guests.
I didn’t have any luck finding a gluten-free ham at my local market, so I called Whole Foods and had success there. It wasn’t a cheap ham, but it was one of the most beautiful, delicious spiral hams I have ever eaten. I’ll be getting my ham at Whole Foods from now on!
I love that this recipe is so incredibly easy to make. The ham is simply roasted in the oven without anything covering it. A sweet glaze is brushed on toward the end of baking. And it turns out so perfect!
This recipe for Brown Sugar Glazed Ham is exactly what I needed to make entertaining easy. I don’t like to feel overwhelmed in the kitchen when I have a lot of relatives milling about the house. I’d rather prepare a stress-free dinner and have time for visiting instead. We all loved this ham!
Our Favorite Easter Dessert Recipes:
When it comes to Easter dinner, the dessert is a crucial part!
You can do something light and fruity or go the more traditional route of carrot cake.
Whatever you do, it will be delicious!
- Cadbury Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies
- Sheet Pan Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting
- No-Bake Banana Cream Pie Cake
- Easter Bunny Muddy Buddies
- Cadbury Egg Blondies
- Coconut Carrot Cake Cupcakes
- Butterscotch Bird Nest Treats
- Easy Easter Sugar Cookies
- Bunny Bottom Cookies
- White Chocolate Carrot Cheesecake Bars
- Frosted Carrot Cake Cookies
- Homemade Reese’s Eggs
- Lemon Blueberry Trifle
- Strawberry Shortcake Bars
- Hot Cross Buns
- No Bake Lemon Ice Box Cake
How to Make Ham and Beans in an Electric Pressure Cooker
Okay folks&hellipI have become a believer in my Instant Pot. I would have never have thought that you could get the incredible flavor of low and slow cooking Crock Pot Ham and Beans could be achieved in such little time, but I would have been wrong. The best part about this is that you don&rsquot even have to plan ahead. This recipe doesn&rsquot require any soaking! Woot woot! That&rsquos a win in my book!
This is my second year using a can of coke on my ham nothing more.My ham is 14lbs baked at 300 for 2/3 hours and we eat.Love doing this.
Uhhh . 30 min. a pound?! Can you say jerky? Your 12 lb. ham would be in there for 6 hours. Here's how I do Coke basted ham: Preheat oven to 325Âº. Put your 12 lb. ham in a shallow roasting pan and pour 2-12oz. cans of Coke over it. Place 4 or 5 pineapple rings on the ham, holding them in place with toothpicks. Put about 1/2 cup of brown sugar on the rings. Stick a toothpick through a Merishino cherry and into the center of each pineapple ring. (Go ahead, use the whole jar of cherries!) Stick some cloves in the rings. Cover it with foil. Bake for 15 to 18 minutes/lb. Internal temp. should be 130Âº-140Âº F. Baste every 30 minutes while cooking.