Recipe by Notnewtothis
"I created this glaze this past Thanksgiving holiday to cover a ham. My usual recipe called for brown sugar which I neglected to buy when doing my holiday grocery shopping. In my compromise, I created a glaze so amazing it would be a crime not to share it with the world."
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light corn syrup
1 (7 pound)
fully-cooked, bone-in ham
This is by far THE easiest glaze I have ever made. There's no cooking on the stove, no measuring of a ton of spices. It's super quick and easy and yet it still tastes great. I don't often try recipes that haven't gone through the allrecipes gauntlet and gotten reviews with things that need to be altered, but I wanted something different for my ham. I was tired of the same old, same old pineapple or maple recipes. So I gave this one a try and was glad I did. This one will be a keeper for me, and I'll be passng it along to my daughters who need uncomplicated and quick recipes.
Followed the recipe exactly, would neve make again. I tried to doctor it up alittle bit at the end but it was just not for me. My husbnd and I decided that the combination of honey and mollasses just did not go together. Will never make again!
The only thing I did diffrent was added a 1/4 teaspoon of ground cloves it was wonderful!
Wonderfull we loved it. I soke my ham 24 hr in ginger ale so I did not add a thing.
It's pretty good! I wish it would have thickened up a bit and stuck to the ham better. Overall, a really nice taste though.
Yummy! I used a hand full of brown sugar instead of molasses because I do not keep molasses on hand. Everyone loved it
Putting this glaze on my ham made it the best ham ever. We ate the leftovers for breakfast lunch and dinner until it was gone. A+++++
I've tried this recipe several times and absolutely love it! I not only use it for holidays but also for Sunday dinners occasionally, and when guests come to visit. The only thing I've done differently is adding 1/4 cup of brown sugar and 1/4 cup of the pineapple juice to the glaze just to give it that extra sweet/tangy taste.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Holiday Honey Ham Glaze
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 280
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