Honey Baked Ham

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This honey baked ham recipe is the perfect balance of savory and sweet, and a standout dish for every holiday!

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Prep Time

10 min

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Cook Time

1 hr 25 min

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Wait Time

10 min

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Honey Baked Ham

Ingredients

Serves 8
8 servings Serves

Instructions

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 375F. Rinse the ham with water for 2-3 min to get rid of some of the saltiness. Pat dry well with paper towels or kitchen towels. Set the ham in the roasting pan with the spiral cuts up, flat side to the side.

Preheat the oven to 375F. Rinse the ham with water for 2-3 min to get rid of some of the saltiness. Pat dry well with paper towels or kitchen towels. Set the ham in the roasting pan with the spiral cuts up, flat side to the side.

Step 2

Heat fruit juices until hot (but not boiling!). Turn the ham onto its flat side. Mix together the fruit juices and brush them generously between the layers, coating the slices well.


Step 3

Turn the ham flat side down and place in the 375F oven for 25 min, basting three times with the pan juices throughout the bake time.

Turn the ham flat side down and place in the 375F oven for 25 min, basting three times with the pan juices throughout the bake time.

Step 4

While the ham is in the oven, mix together the spices, honey and the brown sugar and heat together in a small saucepan until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is runny.

While the ham is in the oven, mix together the spices, honey and the brown sugar and heat together in a small saucepan until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is runny.

Step 5

Remove the ham from the oven, turn it again with the slices up and remove any pan juices; reserve them. Turn the oven down to 350F.

Remove the ham from the oven, turn it again with the slices up and remove any pan juices; reserve them. Turn the oven down to 350F.

Step 6

Pour the honey mixture directly over the ham and brush it all over, making sure to coat the inside of the slices. Place the ham back into the oven for 1 hour, basting generously with the honey mixture in the pan every 15 min.


Step 7

Reheat the fruit pan juices and serve with the ham. (Note: Once baked, you can cool, cover and refrigerate the ham and reheat it within 3 or 4 days, uncovered, at 350F. Reheat for about 25 min or until hot.)

Reheat the fruit pan juices and serve with the ham. (Note: Once baked, you can cool, cover and refrigerate the ham and reheat it within 3 or 4 days, uncovered, at 350F. Reheat for about 25 min or until hot.)

Step 8

Allow to cool for about 10 min before serving. Slice crosswise across the slices to get several slices per portion.

Allow to cool for about 10 min before serving. Slice crosswise across the slices to get several slices per portion.

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Honey Baked Ham

Honey Baked Ham

By kitchenbowl

This honey baked ham recipe is the perfect balance of savory and sweet, and a standout dish for every holiday!

Prep Time

10 min

Cook Time

1 hr 25 min

Wait Time

10 min

Ingredients

Serves 8

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 375F. Rinse the ham with water for 2-3 min to get rid of some of the saltiness. Pat dry well with paper towels or kitchen towels. Set the ham in the roasting pan with the spiral cuts up, flat side to the side.

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 375F. Rinse the ham with water for 2-3 min to get rid of some of the saltiness. Pat dry well with paper towels or kitchen towels. Set the ham in the roasting pan with the spiral cuts up, flat side to the side.

Heat fruit juices until hot (but not boiling!). Turn the ham onto its flat side.  Mix together the fruit juices and brush them generously between the layers, coating the slices well.

Step 2

Heat fruit juices until hot (but not boiling!). Turn the ham onto its flat side. Mix together the fruit juices and brush them generously between the layers, coating the slices well.

Turn the ham flat side down and place in the 375F oven for 25 min, basting three times with the pan juices throughout the bake time.

Step 3

Turn the ham flat side down and place in the 375F oven for 25 min, basting three times with the pan juices throughout the bake time.

While the ham is in the oven, mix together the spices, honey and the brown sugar and heat together in a small saucepan until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is runny.

Step 4

While the ham is in the oven, mix together the spices, honey and the brown sugar and heat together in a small saucepan until the sugar is dissolved and mixture is runny.

Remove the ham from the oven, turn it again with the slices up and remove any pan juices; reserve them. Turn the oven down to 350F.

Step 5

Remove the ham from the oven, turn it again with the slices up and remove any pan juices; reserve them. Turn the oven down to 350F.

Pour the honey mixture directly over the ham and brush it all over, making sure to coat the inside of the slices. Place the ham back into the oven for 1 hour, basting generously with the honey mixture in the pan every 15 min.

Step 6

Pour the honey mixture directly over the ham and brush it all over, making sure to coat the inside of the slices. Place the ham back into the oven for 1 hour, basting generously with the honey mixture in the pan every 15 min.

Reheat the fruit pan juices and serve with the ham. (Note: Once baked, you can cool, cover and refrigerate the ham and reheat it within 3 or 4 days, uncovered, at 350F. Reheat for about 25 min or until hot.)

Step 7

Reheat the fruit pan juices and serve with the ham. (Note: Once baked, you can cool, cover and refrigerate the ham and reheat it within 3 or 4 days, uncovered, at 350F. Reheat for about 25 min or until hot.)

Allow to cool for about 10 min before serving. Slice crosswise across the slices to get several slices per portion.

Step 8

Allow to cool for about 10 min before serving. Slice crosswise across the slices to get several slices per portion.

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