Recipe by sal
"A spicy and sweet glaze to serve with your ham."
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This recipe was very tasty. I think it was more of a sauce than a glaze, though. Which was fine with us. We had a thick cut center ham slice and I followed the directions on the ham package for the time and temp to bake the ham. The last 15 minutes of baking time, I added the "glaze" to the top of the ham, baked for the remaining time and the "glaze" hadn't "glazed". I then upped the temp and baked 15 minutes longer. It still was saucy on top. I halved the recipe and there was still at least a cup of sauce/glaze left. We just dipped our ham in it as a side sauce. The flavor was really good, just not what I expected. This sauce would be really good for dipping Chinese eggrolls in. Thanks! Erin
This was the first Christmas dinner i ever prepared on my own and it was a HUGE success! it was surprsingly easy and inwxpersive. I didn' have nutmeg on hand and i replaced in with a teaspoon of ginger and added orange slices for a citrus burst. Fabulous and everyone wanted seconds and thirds. I would definitly do it again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fruity Ham Glaze
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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