Baked Ham With Peach Glaze

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Total Time
1hr 1min
Prep
1 min
Cook
1 hr

When I lived in Milwaukee we used to be able to buy hot ham and rolls on Sunday morn and had our choice of "baked" or boiled. I hated the boiled ham, but the baked was absolutely delicious. I suspect it was cooked in a Nesco roaster in water with certain spices.

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Bake ham, fat side up, in a roasting pan, according to the timetable below.
  2. Forty-Five minutes before the cooking time is up, remove ham from oven and pour off fat drippings.
  3. Score fat surface in diamond shapes, cutting only 1/4-inch deep.
  4. Stud with whole cloves.
  5. Spoon glaze (recipe follows) over ham and return to oven to complete cooking.
  6. Cooking Timetable for Ham Oven Temperature 325°F.
  7. Meat Thermometer: 170 F for picnic shoulder or cottage ham.
  8. 160 F for other hams.
  9. 130 F to 140 F for "Ready to Serve" hams.
  10. Cooking Time: Listed in minutes per pound , Ready to Serve 15-18.
  11. Cooking Time: Listed in minutes per pound , Ready to Serve 15-18.
  12. Whole Ham, (bone in) 18-20 , Whole ham, (boneless) 20-25.
  13. Whole Ham, (bone in) 18-20 , Whole ham, (boneless) 20-25.
  14. Half leg of ham, (bone-in) 25-30 , Half leg of ham, (boneless) 30-35.
  15. Half leg of ham, (bone-in) 25-30 , Half leg of ham, (boneless) 30-35.
  16. Picnic Shoulder*, (bone-in) 30-35 , Rolled Cottage ham,* 30-35.
  17. Picnic Shoulder*, (bone-in) 30-35 , Rolled Cottage ham,* 30-35.
  18. Picnic Shoulder,* (boneless) 35-40 , Rolled Cottage,* (midget) 40-45.
  19. Picnic Shoulder,* (boneless) 35-40 , Rolled Cottage,* (midget) 40-45.
  20. * Cook with a little water, in a covered roaster. Allow maximum time for small hams. , Peach Glaze Makes 1-1/3 cups. Drain peaches and place on a baking sheet. Combine remaining ingredients and spoon a little glaze on each peach half.
  21. * Cook with a little water, in a covered roaster. Allow maximum time for small hams. , Peach Glaze Makes 1-1/3 cups. Drain peaches and place on a baking sheet. Combine remaining ingredients and spoon a little glaze on each peach half.
  22. Spoon most of glaze over ham and return to oven for about 45 minutes. Brush ham occasionally with remaining glaze.
  23. Broil peach halves for 6 to 8 minutes.Just prior to serving, place peach halves on ham as decoration.
Most Helpful

5 5

Yum Yum Yum Yum Yum! I have made this now for two festive events and both times there were no leftovers. Even my husbands family who do not eat pork were sneaking bites when they thought I wasn't looking.

5 5

My son was coming and I wanted to make something extra special. Since he and his girlfriend like ham so much I decided this looked like a good one to try. We all loved it and the glaze was sweet and very tasty!

5 5

Excellent info on the correct roasting times and temperatures. As a Chef, I truly appreciate you taking the time to post all this! Thank you!