Recipe by Andrew
"A big slice of ham, with a fruity marinade of sparkling grape juice, orange juice and spices."
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sparkling white grape juice
red wine vinegar
1 1/2 pounds
slice of cooked ham
A great marinade for ham. I marinated a ham steak for about 8 hours in the frig and there was a nice orange flavor with a hint of cloves and ginger when we ate it. The only change I made was to shorten the grilling time. Easy clean up, too; you can't beat that!
This recipe was just OK for me. Although it was very easy. Nothing wrong with it, but I will still search for another basic ham recipe.
This was delicious- I used pineapple juice in palce of the orange juice. Marinated the ham overnight in a big baggie. Will make again & again, thanks!
Absolutely delicious! I forgot to get the sparkling white grape juice so I substituted with some fruit juice but it was still great! I would make this again in a heartbeat!
This was the hit of a recent Brunch. I couldn't find "sparkling" white grape juice; used regular white grape and added 1/4 cup of lemon/lime soda. It was absolutely delicious and looked good too!
This ham was juicy and tender!
The only changes I made was that I used red grape juice instead of sparkling white grape juice & whole cloves instead of ground cloves. Ended up grilling on a indoor grill pan due to severe weather in the area. Served with baked potatoes and corn. This was delicious! Thanks for the recipe!
We substitued Tonic for the sparkling grape. This was great and we have added it to our "collection".
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sparkling Grilled Ham
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 306
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