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I had it as a 5 but my 29 year old daughter and wife thought a 3 because of too much orange. I used Dijon mustard as I could not find my mustard powder.

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DonJ5023 December 23, 2011

I used the zest from a whole orange and the juice from half of the orange. The glaze was wonderful and produced a lightly glazed ham. The ham was trimmed of fat and stubbed with cloves. It was very attractive and everyone really enjoyed it. Thank you for posting the recipe.

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PaulaG December 15, 2011

Yumm!! I don't give 5 stars often but I really like this. Did a search for "bone-in" ham to use a shank. I was worried when I tasted the mixture because the flavor of the mustard was really strong. I had a 10 lb ham so I followed the time on the pack but followed the recipe as written otherwise. The sugar did glaze the ham perfectly.

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Chef Tweaker June 10, 2011

I made a perfect ham with this glaze recipe. So simple and tasty!

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Tori_Tizzard July 13, 2008

Im just rating the glaze part of this recipe. It was really good. It didn't really "glaze" the ham per se, but it gave it a nice sweetness and I just drizzled the juices from the pan over the ham when I served it. I'll definitely be using it again. Thanks for posting!

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shimmerysummersun April 15, 2008
Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Orange Glaze