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I got this off the DIY website. I haven't tried it yet, but I have used the glaze on chicken, and it's delicious! I'm sure this is equally as good. The original recipe calls for 2 Tbsp. tarragon. I reduced it because that seems like a lot to me, but if you like lots of herbs feel free to use that much!
- Combine all ingredients.
- Tip: When using on ham, bake ham at 400 degrees, cooking approximately 10 minutes per pound.
- Add the glaze during the last 30 minutes.
- You can also add the ham dripping (extended with chicken stock if necessary) to the remainder of the glaze in a sauce pan and bring to a boil for a great sauce!
I made this to put on ham slices - Yummy! It was just the right amount of sweet & sour.
We enjoyed this very much on our (fully cooked boneless smoked) Christmas Ham! It was so easy and tasty! I used 2 t. dried tarragon because I didn't have fresh, and I microwaved it for a minute first to cook the tarragon flavor in, I was worried that the dried tarragon would have no flavor, but you could taste it and it was GOOD! Thanks for such a simple and tasty recipe!
Marvelous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was perfect!!!!!! The tarragon with the mustard, is divine. Couldn't have asked for a better ham at my Christmas dinner feast.