As a mother of two who goes to college and holds down a full time job. I need recipes like this one.
This is one of the easiest Hams to make. There is very little prep to do. which can be done the night before. And the long cook time allows me to do homework, or go back to classes or work. The Ham comes out tender as if you slaved over it, yet it is, a bag it, stick in the oven and forget it.
I found I can bake potatoes at the same time. Using medium baking taters. Clean them poke with a fork all over 12 to 16 times and wrap in aluminum shinny side toward the tater. Bake along side with Ham on the rack. Taters come out with a moist tender center, and a lightly crisp skin. This gives me time to cook carrots and a good side pasta to make a great dinner.
Left overs make great lunch sandwiches for the next couple of days and/or dinner the next night!
Mom is the hero again!
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As a mother of two who goes to college and holds down a full time job. I need recipes like...