Honey Glazed Ham
Brushing a honey glaze over a freshly baked ham will leave your family and friends begging for the recipe. Try a classic honey glazed ham recipe or add a twist of flavor with recipes like honey-orange glazed ham.See Popular Honey Glazed Ham Recipes
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.
Learn how to make a brown sugar honey glazed ham, and holiday meals are no longer itimidating! You can have an impressive and delicious main course without spending hours in the kitchen.
It's easy to make a ham glaze. Give this one a try and you'll see. Simple and delicious!
Grilling--and a honey-mustard glaze with orange juice and ginger--enhances the smoky flavor of ham.
Need a new ham glaze? Try this apple-mustard version. It's super easy to make.
This honey-mustard glazed ham is cooked on the grill. It's the perfect centerpiece for any big backyard gathering.
A great way to dress up Smithfield's Spiral Ham for a special occasion.
Make your traditional baked ham for Easter dinner with a new sweet glaze. This recipe gives you a choice of plum, maple-pecan, or cranberry.
Plan on using the leftover ham in sandwiches or at breakfast or brunch.
Orange marmalade and honey pair up to make a tangy sweet sauce for a holiday ham.
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.
Before making your Christmas ham, ask yourself this simply question: "What is ham?" Go on, define it! Not as easy as you thought, is it?
A good old country ham or a spiral-cut ham makes a classic centerpiece to your Christmas feast. And since it's a special meal, make your Christmas ham extraspecial as well, without spending a bundle. One way to do that is with your glaze, which can turn an ordinary piece of meat into a succulent dish with an array of subtle (and not so subtle flavors).
When you start thinking about Christmas dinner, roast beef or honey-glazed ham likely come to mind -- but there's no reason to get bogged down in tradition. The whole point of the season is to celebrate, so take a little walk on the wild side with a Yuletide main course that doesn't fit the mold. Who knows?
All eyes may be on what Santa brought Christmas morning, but by 11 or so, everyone's buried in a pile of wrapping paper, the dog's wandering around with a bow around his neck, and dolls are strewn about like casualties, the sense of mini-calamity heightened by the intermittent burst of toy gun fire (thanks, grandma and grandpa for the laser guns with five sound settings!) That's what makes Christmas dinner so important -- so critical. It's the thing that pulls you out of the Christmas morning stupor, a rallying point that motivates everyone (well, the adults at least) to climb out of the wreckage of boxes and bows and get moving again.
Christmas morning may get all the attention, but Christmas dinner is just as important. And, if you're a food-fanatic, dinner is actually even more significant than the gift extravaganza. We all know how fabulous ham is for the holidays (read all about it in How to Make Perfect Christmas Ham -- 10 Easy Recipes).