Recipe by KRISTYLYNNER
"This is a easy, sweet but tangy glaze that goes perfectly with ham."
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1 (15 ounce) can
mandarin oranges, drained and liquid reserved
packed brown sugar
I halved the recipe and used it on ham slices that I had heated in a skillet. The glaze thickened nicely and my family devoured the ham.
I tried this recipe for our christmas ham. I microwaved it for 5 minutes and took it out to stir it and all seemed well. I put it back into the microwave for the final five minutes. When I came back to the microwave to get it, it had boiled over onto the bottom of the microwave. I had to use a spoon to chip it off of the microwave turn table and it melted my microwave safe bowl...not to mention the smell of burned sugar the permeated the kitchen. This recipe has problematic issues.
I took other's suggestions and used more oj and added some honey. This turned out great!
We really liked this. It was mild, but added just the right of tangy sweetness to our ham. I grilled ham steaks on the grill, and brushed them with this a couple of times towards the end of grilling. Super simple...will use on ham again!
Nice glaze. Added more orange juice & some honey.
I didnt use the oranges...Just the OJ and brown sugar. This was a really good ham!!!!
OMG we loved it!!!! it was so simple but different from anything we had every had on a ham before. I will definitly be useing this lots more
I actually used this glaze over stuffed pork chops.. It was magnificent!! stuff and bake chops for about 20 minutes, then pour the glaze over chops and finish cooking.. approximately 45 more minutes.. serve with a nice green salad and your done.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orange Glaze for Ham
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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