I snagged this recipe from an ad in a magazine from the doctor's office last month!! I knew with Easter coming, I most likely would have to cook SOMEONE a ham...LOL. Our ham was small so I cut the recipe in half and it was more than enough
- Cook ham according to package directions.
- Mix together all ingredients listed above for the glaze.
- Brush glaze on ham when 30 minutes of cook time remain.
- Continue baking ham uncovered until cooked through.
I prepared a spiral-sliced boneless ham for our family's Easter dinner, using this glaze. Instead of basting during the last 30 minutes of cooking, I poured 1/4 of the glaze over the ham every 15 minutes (6 lb ham = 1 hour roasting time). The aroma was amazing. I put the pan drippings (ham drippings mixed with the glaze in the bottom of the roasting pan) in a gravy boat, and everyone enjoyed it drizzled over their slices of ham. Delicious! Thanks for sharing!
Awesome awesome ham! We made this for Easter this past year and it was mind-blowingly good. The flavor of the glaze penetrated all of the ham and it was the biggest hit on the table. We used freshly ground cloves and thought that made quite a bit of difference. However, the recipe made too much glaze and you could probably get away with half of the recipe and still have left over glaze.
Very Good. I used it on a ham steak. A forth of the recipe still ended up being a bit much, but it turned out amazingly.