Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins
This is so simple, but the flavor of the glaze is so complex!
- 236.59 ml apricot preserves
- 118.29 ml yellow mustard
- Combine ingredients and brush over the ham during the last hour of baking, every 15 minutes. Tent with foil until the last half hour.
UPDATE: Love it, I can play with all kind of food with this thank you you all a good one! Cant wait to use this for a Pot luck! I will definitely make this again a lot! IT IS A KEEPER in my book. so simple GRPA
This was great, GOTTA MAKE Again soon is what the kids said! They love ham and they loved this! Thanks
03/13/13: I was totally impressed by this glaze. Who would ever imagine that 2 ingredients could be so yummy?! I've never bought "apricot" preserves before... so I was a little leery. I used regular prepared yellow mustard from a squeeze bottle. I'm thinking this might be pretty darn good on chicken legs/wings and pork chops, also. Thank you for the easiest glaze recipe that I've ever made from scratch (so to speak). Delicious! (Made for "Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup - Spring 2013" tag game)..... 04/01/13 UPDATE: I made this glaze again for our Easter ham, but I switched it up this time. Instead of the apricot preserves, I used peach preserves just because I knew I would be serving a peach side dish (and I love peaches with pork)! It turned out just as fabulous as it did with the last ham I made using this glaze. Thanks again for turning me on to a simple, yet unique glaze.