Turn dinner into a special occasion with a delicious baked ham. From a mouthwatering honey baked ham to one sweetly glazed, these tasty recipes turn out flavorful and moist hams every time.
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.
This traditional Pennsylvania Dutch recipe combines ham and apples and tops them with dumplings.
To strike the perfect balance between salty and sweet, get the hang of how to make a honey baked ham. It's a classic holiday dish, but there's no need to save it for special occasions--it makes a satisfying dinner (with guaranteed leftovers!) any day of the year.
Dried tart red cherries provide a fruity balance to this savory ham main dish recipe. If you prefer, substitute dried cranberries to add a Christmas touch.
Few holiday meats are easier to cook than a ham. Just season and let it bake.
Sometimes, the simplest recipes are really the best, as demonstrated by this stellar baked ham. With only 3 ingredients -- rich, dark rum, sweet, refreshing pineapple, and tangy dry mustard -- this incredible glaze delivers unbelievable flavor, without any fuss. Set this recipe aside, because it is sure to become your go-to for every holiday season.
Tart cherries are sweetened up and used as a glaze for ham in this simple recipe.
Make the brown sugar and orange juice glaze and prepare the ham in just 15 minutes. Then relax while it bakes in the oven.
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.
Need a holiday recipe that's quick and easy? This is it! The prep time for this spectacular ham is just 15 minutes.
Roasted spiral-sliced ham is already holiday-worthy dish, but the raspberry-orange glaze really makes this recipe stand out.
Once you learn how to cook a honey-glazed ham in your own kitchen you'll find it's just as easy to make one at home as it is to make the trip to a specialty store for a pre-sliced ham with a packet of glaze. What's more, you'll find the homemade version is considerably less expensive.
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.
A steaming bowl of hot pea soup, dotted with bits of smoky ham, is a great comfort food on a cold winter day. Pea soup freezes well so file this one with your make-ahead recipes.