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This marinade worked perfectly for the ham slices that I used. It definitely eliminated the saltiness and gave it a wonderful flavor. I marinated it overnight and then grilled it, basting occasionally as it cooked. Thank you for sharing. :-)
Great marinade. I marinated a ham steak in it for a few hours and it came out great. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Made for Cookbook Tag.
Exactly as promised it toned down the saltiness of ham, the one reason I don't make ham often. I tried it the OAMC way, as per Pam, and it turned out very good. I will be making ham a lot more often now with this marinade.
This marinade I will definetly make!! It would not only be great cooked with a ham steak, but a ham slow cooked in a crock pot. This would also work well with Pork Chops! Thank you Luvmybge!! Love, becky
I marinade the ham in this a couple hours, then cooked in in a skillet on the stove. I added some marinade to the pan, let it reduce, added some more marinade, until it was all used. I ended up with a citrusy, sweet sauce on my ham. I used orange juice in my marinade. Also, I reduced the dry mustard to 1 tsp., and left out the ginger. No one dislikes ginger as much as my dh. Great recipe!
I thought this was a great way to prepare ham. After step 3 I put this into the freezer and used a a later date. I defrosted it overnight and grilled it on the barbque. A few of the pieces got a little too black, but the ones that didn't tasted wonderful. I think I will also try this in a crock pot. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks for this recipe!