Brown Sugar Glazed Ham

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Ingredients

Seasoning Rub

Ham

Garnish

  • Pineapple slices

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 450° F.
  2. Place ham, fat side up, on a rack in a shallow roasting pan large enough to comfortably hold ham.
  3. Mix ingredients for seasoning rub and set aside.
  4. Combine brown sugar, Italian dressing, and seasoning rub in a saucepan over low heat and stir until sugar has dissolved. Pour over ham.
  5. Bake ham in middle of preheated oven, basting ham every 1/2 hour until done or until meat can easily be pierced with a long pronged meat fork. Cover with a loose tent of foil, if needed, to prevent over browning.
  6. Garnish with greenery and pineapples, if desired
Rate & Review

Rating

Steve McG
Mar 24, 2016

You show 2 sets of ingredients and one directions. The directions don't mention the use of the Italian dressing. I just thought I'd mention.
I'd go 375F for 2-21/2 hrs, and and I also wouldn't add any glaze until the last 90 minutes (uncovered) spooning or 'painting' the glaze on the meat every 15 min. Raising the temp the last 20 min to 450F.

Jamón Glaseado con Azúcar Morena

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Ingredientes

Para condimentar:

Direcciones

  1. Caliente el horno a 450° F.
  2. Coloque el jamón con el lado grasoso hacia arriba en la parrilla de un molde de asar suficientemente grande para el jamón.
  3. Mezcle los ingredientes para condimentar y póngalos a un lado.
  4. Mezcle todos los ingredientes y el condimento excepto las piñas en una cacerola a fuego lento y revuelva hasta que se disuelva la azúcar. Viértalo sobre el jamón.
  5. Hornee el jamón en el centro de un horno caliente rociándolo con su jugo durante la cocción cada media hora hasta que esté cocido o hasta que la carne pueda ser fácilmente perforada con un tenedor grande de carne. Cubra con papel de aluminio haciendo una casa de campaña, si es necesario para prevenir que se dore demasiado.
  6. Adorne con la piña y algo verde si desea.
Rate & Review

Rating

Steve McG
Mar 24, 2016

You show 2 sets of ingredients and one directions. The directions don't mention the use of the Italian dressing. I just thought I'd mention.
I'd go 375F for 2-21/2 hrs, and and I also wouldn't add any glaze until the last 90 minutes (uncovered) spooning or 'painting' the glaze on the meat every 15 min. Raising the temp the last 20 min to 450F.