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I tweaked it a little, but overall, great recipe. I used a full 20 oz can of crushed pineapple, cut the brown sugar to 1/2 cup, and omitted the cornstarch/water mixture, since it didn't seem necessary. The sauce was still very sweet, and I feel like it would have been way too sweet with a full cup of brown sugar. Just our personal preference though. I might use more prepared mustard next time, just to diversify the flavor a little. Thanks for posting!

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Nevdiliel January 16, 2014

This was delicious!!! I used a spiral cut ham and cooked it on the grill. When it came up to temp, I basted with the glaze and got a lot in between each slice, then grilled it some more. Had a great smoky sweet flavor!!

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Charmie777 April 22, 2012

What a delicious sauce for ham. The flavors of all the ingredients blend together nicely. It was a bit sweet, though. I might cut down on the brown sugar next time. I wonder if using prepared mustard would be better than using the dry. That would add a bit more tanginess to the sauce. I think I will experiment and try that next time. Thanks for the recipe!

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michelles3boys January 25, 2010

All I can say is "YUM" The sauce for this ham is so delicious! We cooked our ham in a larger size toaster oven for about an hour and a half. We had enough ham to eat all week and I couldn't keep my hands out of that sauce. I would even put that on a big bowl of ice cream as a topping. Thanks for this great recipe, its a keeper.

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BBoop999 January 17, 2010

I made this for my family on Christmas and it went over very well! Baked ham with a pineapple/brown sugar sauce has been a family tradition, and I was looking to update our meal. What I love about this sauce is that the soy sauce, ketchup, and mustard bring out a "twang" - a hint of a BBQ sauce/flavor. I would probably go a little lighter on the brown sugar and will definitely plan to use the recipe in the future. Mahalo for posting!

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lovesmayo December 26, 2009

Easy to make with things in the pantry. Makes alot. Thanks.

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aronsinvest November 28, 2009

Generally, I don't like ham, but my roommate does, so I made this. The sauce is heavenly! Roommate had hers with less sauce, I had mine with more and we were both very satisfied. Thank you so much for this recipe!

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freakingdork October 30, 2009

oh this sauce was soo delicous! very sweet with the perfect blend of flavors. I can't wait to make this again.

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cookin_nurse August 11, 2008

Perfect, perfect sauce!! I'm cooking for just 2, so I cut the sauce down to a third to serve over a few ham "steaks". That was still too much, but it's delicious! I put the pieces of ham in a baking dish with enough water to cover the bottom, covered with foil, and baked at 400 (because I was roasting potatoes at the same time). Nice hot ham in 30 minutes!

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J-Lynn July 18, 2008

I was very skepticle of mixing ketchup, mustard and soy with brown sugar and pineapple, but I am very glad I tried it. I used fresh pineapple and cut back half on the soy, ketchup and mustard. This made for the best ham I have ever tasted!!! I just couldn't believe it. Your recipe made our Easter one to remember. Thanks much!

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luv2makesoup March 23, 2008
Ham With Pineapple Sauce