Golden Glazed Ham

Golden Glazed Ham created by Parsley

I usually make this on New Year's Day and also at Easter. It goes a long way. Of course it is good anytime you have a lot of people to serve. Delicious Glaze.

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  • Bake ham for about 2 1/2 hours, covered, at 325.
  • Drain off juice.
  • Glaze: Mix all ingredients in a small saucepan and heat until hot and mixed well.
  • Brush over top and sides of ham.
  • Continue to bake uncovered, at 350 for about 15 min until glaze dries.
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"I usually make this on New Year's Day and also at Easter. It goes a long way. Of course it is good anytime you have a lot of people to serve. Delicious Glaze."

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  1. Carol Elizabeth
    This was a great recipe! I used a Hatfield Boneless Family Ham and the glaze was so quick and delicious. This will be my go to glaze. Thanks, Bert!!
  2. Dreamgoddess
    I had to make a couple of substitutions in this recipe, and was hesitant about rating it. However, it was so good, that I decided to rate it with my changes. Since I decided to make this on the spur of the moment and I had no apricot jam, I used orange marmalade. I also had to substitute turbinado sugar for the brown sugar that I was out of also. Remaining glaze ingredients were as listed and I brushed this on a bone in shank portion ham that I had bought. The glaze was delicious with just a hint of sweetness. When I cook a ham again, I'm going to make sure I have some apricot jam. Can't wait to compare the tastes! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
  3. Dreamgoddess
    I had to make a couple of substitutions in this recipe, and was hesitant about rating it. However, it was so good, that I decided to rate it with my changes. Since I decided to make this on the spur of the moment and I had no apricot jam, I used orange marmalade. I also had to substitute turbinado sugar for the brown sugar that I was out of also. Remaining glaze ingredients were as listed and I brushed this on a bone in shank portion ham that I had bought. The glaze was delicious with just a hint of sweetness. When I cook a ham again, I'm going to make sure I have some apricot jam. Can't wait to compare the tastes! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
  4. Parsley
    Golden Glazed Ham Created by Parsley
  5. Parsley
    This is the best ham that I've eaten in a long time. Fabulous flavor combination. Perfect balance of sweet and savory...nothing overpowered anything else. I had a quarter of a fully-cooked ham and I sliced it, put it into a shallow baking dish, spread the glaze on and baked it for 30 minutes. Deeee-licious! Thanx for this recipe; its a keeper. I'll make it again.
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