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I used a smoked ham so really only had to heat it through and not 'cook' it so I put it in for 2 hours. I skipped the cloves because I didn't have any. The ham turned out moist and tender with a hint of swweetness. Very simple to do.
I used my Nesco 18 quart cooker to make a whole ham leg 21 lbs. I put the ham on the rack added enough water to cover the bottom and used a mustard glaze instead of the brown sugar one. It smelled heavenly while it was cooking and when done was so good!!! The ham wasn't dry or overcooked just wonderful!!! Thank you for the recipe!
Used this for my Easter ham, and it was delicious! I got rave reviews all around. After I packed on the brown sugar, I then drizzled a little bit of honey over it and it was fabulous, but I skipped the cloves. Thanks!
I had such a hard time finding a 'raw' ham joint! Every store had ready-smoked hams... Anyway I tracked one down in the end! This is a very tasty very traditional very easy recipe and it looked beautiful. I used half water half orange juice and basted it a little every 15 minutes or so. Delicious! (and the cold left-overs are just as good!) Thanks KK!
I made a mixture of brown mustard and apricot preserves to coat the ham first. I then packed on the brown sugar. I'm not quite sure what kind of ham this really called for, so I just used what I normally buy. It wasn't a fresh ham, maybe smoked. At any rate, I needed to carve off all of the fat before beginning. I too used a mix of OJ and water and replenished as it cooked away. The liquid made a very nice gravy and the whole meal was delicious. Thanks KK!
I guess I'm in the minority on this one. My ham turned out really good, I just really couldn't taste any of the brown sugar. I was expecting the ham to have a sweet taste but it didn't. I skipped out on the cloves since my family doesn't like them. Thanks for sharing though.