I love this recipe because it is so easy and it calls for hardly any ingredients, and I always have these ingredients in my pantry. This recipe came from a good friend's mother, who was always asked to bake the ham for get-togethers and family dinners. Now I get those requests. People who ordinarily aren't too fond of ham rave over this one. After I carve, I spoon a little of the glaze over the meat in the platter - yummmm!
I got this recipe from the cooking section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel years ago. It is the ONLY way I will make ham. Everyone who tries it raves about it, although it does look like a volcano erupted! :):) A little expensive in the ingredients, but worth making once a year!
NOTE: The 1-1/2 hours prep time includes the 1-1/4 hours of boiling ham on stove..
On labor day we had a kabob feast and I came up with this one on my own. We really enjoyed the sweet taste of the pineapple combined with onion and mushrooms. Hope you enjoy. Prep time includes Marinade time.
This is a little different than the usual barbecue sauce. It has a nice Cajun flavor. The tomatoes make an excellent sauce for the tender shredded pork. This recipe is from Easy Meals by Betty Crocker.
These pork tenderloins look so good and it is an easy recipe. Look for the Apple Summer Slaw recipe I will post to have as a side dish. Yummy! This recipe comes from Pillsbury Cool Cooking for Hot Days cookbooklet dated July 1997 #197.
In Canada, when we order chinese food, we always get this as an appetizer and I finally got this recipe right after much tweaking. It's flavour is right on and the pork is very tender. Does not include marinating time.
This is a tangy recipe for pork, and a nice change from the usual Buffalo Wings (although I LOVE those as well). This tasty finger food is safe for the little ones also as the alcohol will cook off. :)
ATTENTION: Several reviewers have had to add additional water to make this recipe work. I decided not to change the recipe itself, because I was afraid that it would confuse others who may be reading the reviews. Please take the time to read the reviews to see comments on additional liquids....thanks!!! This is a recipe that I got out of the cookbook Aunt Paula sent to me in the cookbook swap. I made a few minor changes to make the recipe work for me and DH. I did change the name from Mom's Stuffed Pork Chops to the name I chose because they are really not stuffed, but you have the same effect. Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we did.
Got this from the newspaper awhile back and decided to try it. I really enjoyed this dish, and maybe you will as well. :) This marinade is also great on Boneless pork loin as well. Recipe can be doubled. I served this with steamed carrots and wild rice. Prep time includes marinating time.
My husband wanted ham for Christmas, but the local meat market sold out early of honey glazed hams. I decided to try baking my own ham and found this recipe on the internet. I adapted it just a bit using regular mustard and honey instead of Dijon mustard. It turned out great and my husband says he prefered it cooked this way over the honey baked ham! It wasn't near as salty and had a wonderful flavor! Plus, the cost of preparing this ham was about 1/3 of the cost of a Honey Baked Ham!