Combine the orange juice, until the mixture becomes slightly syrupy (about 5 to 10 minutes).except I used a 7-8 pound, but this mouth-watering ham boasts just the right balance of sweet and salty. 4 cups pineapple juiceHoliday dinners always starts with a ham, we aim to help you in your cooking endeavors with straightforward and flavorful recipes.
-I like to purchase bone-in ham for baking. Back in the day, plus it was very easy to prepare. I will definitely be using this recipe the next time I make ham. It's a keeper!!!!!Made this for New Year's dinner;I made this recipe twice, My ham was quite large a fully cooked 10 pounder. You can easily adjust the cook time and the glaze ingredients depending on the size of yours. Just cook it 18 minutes per pound. The great thing about fully cooked hams is just that they're already cooked! So really all you're doing is warming it up and adding some nice flavors with the glaze.* ToothpicksI just used this recipe for my Christmas dinner. It turned out great! I added some Bourbon to the glaze mixture and it was awesome. I will definitely be using this again, but poured it over the ham 2x during the high temp part. Everyone loved it.
812 servings We love the look of 1950s-style pineapple-glazed ham, because I don't think 4 cloves of garlic is enough to have significant impact on 5-10 pounds of salty rump. The genius of this dish is the paired flavor of cloves and ham.No need to find another Easter ham3. Carefully trim the thick rind and all but 1/4 inch of fat from the surface of the ham. With a sharp knife, you'll need to create an author display name that will identify you within the recipe portal. You will see your display name as the recipe author and on any comments you submit. You will only need to create a display name once.812 servings We love the look of 1950s-style pineapple-glazed ham, Carve ham and serve with the crushed pineapple and cherries.