Top Rated Ham Recipes

Cherry Bourbon Glazed Ham
Elevate the baked ham with a festive glaze of cherry preserves, bourbon, molasses and allspice. Serve at Easter or Christmas dinner, open house buffet or brunchtime entertaining.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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A spiral-cut ham with a spiced orange marmalade glaze makes an impressive Easter or Christmas main dish.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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This ham recipe uses minimal ingredients, including apricot preserves and crushed pineapple, and finishes baking in the oven while you sleep. The sweet and savory kick is also delicious. Recipe courtesy of Chris Loves Julia. 
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This and sweet and salty roast comes together with ingredients easily found at any grocery store and the juicy pineapples studded around the exterior of the ham will make for an impressive cernterpiece.Recipe courtesy of Lauren Greutman.
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This roasted ham recipe calls for marinating the meat overnight in a flavor-packed mixture of white wine, shallots, garlic, mustard, tarragon and spicy peppercorns. Serve it with steamed new potatoes tossed in chives and butter.Recipe courtesy the National Pork Board.
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This ham is cooked inside a large Dutch oven and infused with apple cider, which gives the pork a sweet taste reminscent of autumn. It's delicious served alongside a warm salad or cabbage slaw. Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board.
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Orange Clove Baked Ham
An orange glaze gives a refreshing citrus taste and whole cloves a warm aromatic flavor to baked ham.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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The outside of this scrumptious baked ham with an apricot honey glaze is perfectly caramelized, while the inside of the meat is delectably tender and juicy. You'll want to make this one over and over again. Recipe courtesy of Natasha Kravchuk, Natasha's Kitchen.
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Balsamic vinegar in the glaze gives this ham a delicate balance of sweet and sour. Make sure to score the ham in a crosshatch pattern before pouring the glaze over so the flavor goes through the meat.Recipe Courtesy of the National Pork Board. 
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Broccoli, Ham and Cheese Muffins
Time to try a savory muffin.Recipe courtesy of Phil's Fresh Eggs.
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4.5
A common English custom is to hold a Funeral Tea at a nearby restaurant or the home of one of the mourners or relatives right after the service. Ham has been such a traditional component of Funeral Teas that it’s typical for mourners to ask if the deceased is "being buried with ham." In the book Death Warmed Over: Funeral Food, Rituals, and Customs From Around the World learn how 75 different cultures from various countries and religions around the world use food in conjunction with death in ritualistic, symbolic, and even nutritious ways.
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Rum (Glazed) Ham
The sugars in the rum and pineapple combine to make a delicious sweet and salty ham, perfect for your Easter or Christmas celebration. Reserve the pan drippings for a quick sauce that you can pour over your finished ham before serving.
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