What could be a more delicious (or easier) way to feed a crowd than with a kicked-up spiral-sliced ham? But you don’t have to rely on the glaze packet that comes with the ham – we have four delicious options that will take your roast to the next level!
For this sweet and slightly spicy option, Grant coats his store-bought ham with a ginger-infused root beer, molasses and brown sugar glaze, and roasts, basting every so often.
For this delicious entrée, Grant makes a glaze of pomegranate juice, sugar, ancho chile powder and allspice, for a beautiful and richly flavored ham.
For something totally different, Tina makes a spicy sweet glaze with crushed pineapple, honey, freshly grated ginger, light brown sugar and a good squeeze of Sriracha hot sauce. Just coat your ham before cooking, and glaze every 20 minutes.
For this Italian-inspired ham, Tina slathers on a rub made of garlic, Rosemary, Italian seasoning, lemon zest, lemon juice and olive oil, cooks for 30 minutes, then bastes regularly with a fig glaze. Yum!
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