Ham is a traditional Easter dinner favorite, and our recipes give you delicious ways to make it. Try ham roasted with our spicy lemon-mustard or sweet cherry glaze, sprinkled with pink peppercorns, or sliced and topped with sugar snap peas, carrots, and broccoli. With our Easter ham recipes, the possibilities for dinner are endless!
Pick your glaze and tuck this holiday ham into the oven. Glaze options include versions with Irish stout, lemon curd and mustard, and apricot preserves.
Need a new ham glaze? Try this apple-mustard version. It's super easy to make.
It's easy to make a ham glaze. Give this one a try and you'll see. Simple and delicious!
Few holiday meats are easier to cook than a ham. Just season and let it bake.
Make the brown sugar and orange juice glaze and prepare the ham in just 15 minutes. Then relax while it bakes in the oven.
Ham and cheese are rolled into this homemade rye bread, which goes great with soup.
Cherry and apricot preserves flavor this home-style smoked ham. It's perfect for holiday meals.
Sweet plum jam, tart pomegranate juice, and salty-savory Dijon-style mustard form one of the prettiest, most delicious shiny glazes to ever hit a ham. This same glaze is wonderful to keep on hand for brushing on grilled chicken, too.
Brown sugar and red-wine vinegar glaze this traditional Easter ham. Mint lends coolly aromatic appeal.
A coat of cumin and garlic give this ham savory back notes while its sweet, mustardy glaze provides and enticing counterpoint. For best flavor, be sure to use pure maple syrup -- not maple-flavor pancake syrup -- for glaze making. It's expensive, but worth it.
Plan on using the leftover ham in sandwiches or at breakfast or brunch.
Here's a classic pineapple glazed ham recipe to serve at Easter, Christmas, or anytime you're entertaining a crowd.
Let this pre-sliced ham recipe, glazed with a mixture of Dijon mustard, spreadable fruit, and brown sugar, be the star of your next holiday buffet.
Orange marmalade and honey pair up to make a tangy sweet sauce for a holiday ham.