Raisin Sauce for Ham

"A very easy -to- put- together, delicious sauce my mom made every time we had a Easter ham. It seems an odd combination of ingredients, but it taste fantastic!"
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Ready In:
1 1/2 cups




  • Mix brown sugar, dry mustard and flour together in small bowl and pour into small sucepan.
  • Into saucepan add the rest of the ingredients and heat until mixture is bubbly.
  • Turn down heat to simmer, stirring the mixture , until thick and syrupy.
  • Serve as a side condiment to ham. Makes a wonderful sauce on the Easter Day table!

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  1. I made this as an alternative to a usual pineapple sauce for ham, since my 5 yr. old is off pineapple for the moment. I loved the smell of it cooking, and it was a very yummy sauce.
  2. Made for PAC Spring 2009, excellent on ham, I'm going to make it again and try it on Pork Tenderloin. This is a very delightful sauce.


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