10 Reviews

Everyone in our house loved this recipe. I thought it sliced good (I let it cool for 15 minutes before slicing). The glaze is such a good conbination of sweet and sour. I will make this again. Thanks for posting it!

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ccbulldog January 26, 2009

This was just "okay". I liked the flavor, but it didn't hold together very well at all. If fell apart every time I sliced it. We ate it on sandwiches and that was better. I guess it was more like a ham salad. I don't think I'll be making this again. My hubby is from Lancaster and has had the "real thing". He thought it was good, but not great.

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Sarah in New York February 20, 2008

My whole family really did not care for this. We had never had Ham Loaf before so I can't blame the recipe. The kids said "stick with regular meatloaf, please".

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dianestiques November 19, 2007

I loved it, but the prep time was long for me - the butcher would not grind my ham for me!!! I ended up grinding it up in my blender. It came out finer than I had hoped, but it mixed well with the sausages. No salt needed in this recipe, the ham has plenty. I ran out of glaze and will make more of it tonight when I get home. This ham loaf is a keeper!

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Glutton June 21, 2007

Very yummy. I have made ham loaves for a long time, but was in the mood for something different. I had froze some ham from our Easter dinner and decieded to try your recipe. It was delicious. I loved the addition of the spices and the sauce with the cider vinegar was ourstanding. I don't make ham loaves very often but when I do I will be reaching for this recipe. Also, it made tasty sandwiches the next day......Stephanie

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mommyoffour April 19, 2007

Thanks DiAnna2 for sharing this recipe. I've been making ham loaves for many years and wanted something a little different. This recipe fit the bill. I had a HUGE amount of leftover ham from a 23 pounder and needed to feed a crowd, so the perfect solution was a ham loaf. It was very tasty, easy to prepare and the company raved about it, served with mashed sweet potatoes, steamed hercots verts, pickled watermelon rind and Red Velvet cake for dessert. It was a great old fashioned supper. I did not change a thing and will make again. Thanks again for a wonderful recipe. Leslie

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Nana Chickens April 04, 2007

I never had ham loaf but had to do something with all the leftover ham I had. I thought the glaze was wonderful. I was apprehensive about the vinegar, but it came out fine. I think that I ate about half the loaf. This is definately a "keeper". The extra glaze almost marinates the left overs in the fridge. Thanks for sharing.

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1hotpotato November 10, 2006

Great tasteing ham loaf. We loved the taste the curry gave it. We made a full recipe of the glaze and had a lot leftover. We will definitely make it again.

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Roger/OH February 16, 2006

This is an excellent recipe. The only sausage I had was Italian sausage, and mixed it with leftover honey glazed ham I ground up in the food processor. The flavor was excellent! This definitely goes on the 'make again' list. Thank you, DiAnna2!

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TxGriffLover December 31, 2004

This is a tasty ham loaf. The flavor is a nice change. I halved the basting sauce and had more than enough for the loaf.

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M. Joan January 14, 2004
Glazed Ham Loaf