Using a bone-in ham is important because bone intensifies the flavor of the meat. A glazed ham is an Easter dinner classic. Each serving should include a bit of crust; its sweetness complements the saltiness of the meat.
The iconic Easter ham gets an enticing update with a new-fashioned glaze of country mustard and fresh pineapple. The roasted fruit tastes like candy and is irresistible. Along with the mustard, it creates a sweet yet savory glaze and sauce to complement e
Apple Cider-Glazed Ham Recipe -When I wanted to try something new with our holiday ham, I created this cider glaze. It's slightly sweet but still has the spicy flavor my family craves. —Rebecca LaWare, Hilton, New York
Sweet-Hot Plum-Glazed Ham Plum preserves spiked with fresh citrus, ginger, and crushed red pepper update the traditional Easter ham. Garnish with tropical fruits like kiwi and pineapple for a fresh look.
Maple-Pecan Glazed Ham Recipe -Maple syrup is reduced to concentrate its lovely flavor. Then it is spiced up to create a delicious glaze for ham, which browns up to a rich color. It is a wonderful treatment from the usual pineapple and brown sugar glaze.—Nancy Mueller, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Bon Appetit Marmalade Glazed Ham Recipe made with bitter orange marmalade, honey maple syrup or light brown sugar, Adobo sauce aleppo pepper or spicy Dijon mustard, bourbon cognac or dark rum, and a 12 - 14 pound whole cured smoked bone in ham.