Total TimePrep: 5 min. Bake: 1-3/4 hours
A fully cooked ham is exactly that; it doesn't need to be baked a second time. Doing so will only dry it out. All you need to do is heat it to an internal temp you're satisfied with. ..
Overall it tastes amazing. I only used one teaspoon of mustard to tone down the tanginess
Great sauce for ham, my wife and I liked it a lot. General rule of thumb, 15 minutes per pound baking ham at 325°F. 'Try it you'll like it'.
My husband and I both enjoyed this recipe.
I only had a small piece of turkey ham which I sliced and put in a casserole dish. I eyeballed the quantities. Very good--took away the saltiness of the turkey ham.
Yum! My family often buys a famous glazed ham that is delicious, but expensive. I used this recipe and it was just as good as that other ham. I am having a hard time staying out of it and my family loved the ham. The flavor is perfect! I will definitely use this recipe again.
Fantastic glaze, most glaze recipes flavor the ham well, but do not make a crispy, tasty edge. This one did wonderfully - my go-to from now on. The only thing I added was natural pineapple juice, about 14 oz. can poured over the ham during the first stage of cooking. Loved it!
Made this as part of our Christmas dinner. It was so simple and easy. Will definitely make this again!
Best ham I've ever had.Meat was moist and the glaze is delicious,and made with ingredients I usually have on hand.Definitely my go two ham recipe from now on.
I made this today for a family meal and everyone loved it. They all commented on how much they liked the glaze. I liked that it took ingredients that I have on hand.