Top Rated Ham Recipes

Classic Ham and Leek Frittata
A frittata is a classic Italian egg dish, similar to a French omelette or a quiche, which is typically enriched with meats, cheeses, and vegetables, and usually flavored with herbs. I love them. They are great for any meal of the day, hot or cold, and are the perfect brunch meal. There are an endless amount of frittata recipes, as they can be made out of any concoction of ingredients you can come up with. And I will admit, I've made better-tasting versions than this classic recipe I'm sharing today. But being a classic, I wanted to post this as an introduction to the delicious world of frittatas. Make it. It's good. And then build upon its basics to create your own delicious frittatas. Once you start, you will become addicted to them much like I am. Happy cooking… Enjoy!
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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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Double Smoked Holiday Ham
What’s better than a smoked ham for Easter Sunday?  How about a double smoked ham that’s been ramped up with a little peach-ginger injection and a peach finishing glaze? Click here for more Grilled Easter Recipes From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner, dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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Ham with Marmalade Bourbon Glaze
A spiral cut ham gets a brushed-on marmalade-bourbon glaze just before it's finished roasting for a picture-perfect holiday main dish. Recipe courtesy of Safeway.
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Ham and Cheese Croissants
These ham and cheese crescent roll-ups are an adaptation of a simple and popular French dish, widely used to recycle unsold or stale croissants. If desired, add spinach, tomato, or cream cheese inside the roll-ups. See all sandwich recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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To turn a ham and cheese into a bistro-ready Croque Monsieur, bring 1 cup of whole milk to a simmer in a saucepot. Mix together 1 tablespoon softened unsalted butter and 1 tablespoon flour to create a paste, and then whisk into the hot milk. Continue whisking until thickened, about 10 minutes, over medium heat. Season with salt and nutmeg. Pour a little béchamel over each sandwich, and top with more grated Gruyère. Broil until the top is bubbly and browned.
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Some people can't get enough of deviled ham, and this recipe is an easy and convenient way to enjoy it in the form of a spread. 
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We all know kids love ravioli and ham and cheese sandwiches. This recipe lets them enjoy both, and the assembly makes it fun for them to make.
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Truffled Grits
Inspired by Escaoutoun, a traditional Gascon dish made with cornmeal and cream, this comforting recipe is an Easter favorite. For more delicious Easter Dinner Ideas, click here! From Easter menus and party ideas to the best Easter dinner,dessert, and cocktail recipes, we’ve got you covered. Find all this and more on The Daily Meal’s Easter Recipes & Menus Page.
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When my uncle sent me this recipe with no measurements, his argument was that he was "an artist, not a chef." True, but seeing as I wanted to make sure his delicious ham was replicated perfectly every time, I sought out the help of chef and owner Steve Waxman, of Trax Restaurant & Café. With the foundations of my uncle's recipe and the help of Waxman, this holiday ham is, I have to say, the perfect one — deliciously coated in a sweet, citrusy glaze, and precisely baked so that it retains a most and tender flesh. 
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Ham and Potato Casserole
Searching for a way to breathe new life into some leftover ham? Give this easy casserole recipe a try, which has only five ingredients — ingredients you may already have handy. It's a hearty one-pot  meal that's sure to stick to your ribs. See all ham recipes.
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Boiled Ham
“In choosing a ham, ascertain that it is perfectly sweet, by running a sharp knife into it, close to the bone; and if, when the knife is withdrawn, it has an agreeable smell, the ham is good; if, on the contrary, the blade has a greasy appearance and offensive smell, the ham is bad.” — Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management This recipe, written in 1861, may seem antiquated, but it is a throwback to the Edwardian and Victorian eras. It was a typical main course served at dinner parties; stewed beef was also a popular centerpiece.
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