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I regularly make ham to be able to make soup the next day, and the recipe I used previously was good but fairly ingredient intensive. This recipe was quick, easy and tasted great. I used a spicy brown mustard, as that is what I had in the fridge. It gave it a nice zip. The ham was both sweet and savory at the same time. I will definately be using this for my everyday hams from now and probably even my special occassion hams also.
Very nice ham. I used a 9 pound spiral sliced precooked ham and this turned out very well. I did not adjust the baste even though the ham was bigger and it was plenty. My son thought it was the best ham he ever ate. I admit I even had to get just one more piece even after I thought I was full. My husband doesn't like cloves and this was perfect for him too since it is one of the few recipes I've found without it. Nice balance of the mustard and the sweet it wasn't too much one or the other.
I made this as described, but I left out the onion powder.. I used a 10 lb. butt portion ham, and put everything in an oven bag. It came out great! Moist, tender, and oh so flavorful! I will definitely use this recipe again.
I made this glaze for our Easter ham and it was really good...although I used a 10lb ham and it was plenty of glaze for that. I will use this glaze again for sure, but next time I might switch out half of the prepared mustard for Dijon.
The concept of this recipe is good and works well in principle. For my family dinner I use a 9lb butt end Bone-In Ham and before any preperation I check for salt content and decide whether soaking is required. To proceed I take two lengths of Heavy-Duty foil and lay them crosswise on the counter. Then I place the Ham in the centre and loosley cover it making sure that is completely enclosed. I place the whole bundle on a rack in a deep roasting pan and cook at 325F for 20 minutes per pound. Thirty minutes before it is done I lift the whole package and carefully remove the ham carefully pouring the juices into a bowl. I then remove all the skin and make criss-cross cuts across the ham and increase the oven temperature to 425F. I then spread a mixture of dry mustard and honey and stud all over with whole cloves. I then return the ham (without the foil) to the rack in the roast pan and finish baking. The Ham should rest for at least thirty minutes before carving. The juices in the bowl will seperate into bacon fat which can be used later for potato-boulagnes and the jelly for lentil or ham-bone soup. I serve with a Cumberland sauce.