Pam's Christmas Ham
20 lb ham
recipe of glaze below
pineapple rings (large)
FOR THE GLAZE:
brown sugar, firmly packed
mango chutney, major grey's or similar sweet mango chutney
COMBINE INGREDIENTS IN FOOD PROCESSOR AND PROCESS UNTIL SMOOTH.
2Place the ham on double sheet of heavy duty foil, place in a large roaster, and pour and brush about half the glaze over the ham. Fold foil over ham and seal well by folding over several times.
Check your label on the ham for approximate "cooking/heating" time and oven temperature. ( I remember my temp as 325 and I think it took 2 or 3 hours)
About this Recipe
jamie Beecham jamie4cakes - Mar 29, 2012
Beautiful picture of your ham Pam. Takes me back to childhood memories when my mother cooked her hams like this
Phyllis Lively PhyllisBaker - Mar 29, 2012
I love ham cooked this way... it's good AND it's pretty! thanks.
Gail Welch sugarshack - Mar 29, 2012
This is the way we like our ham, especially my middle child. He remembers Grandma Welch baking hers like this.
Pam Ellingson wmnofoz - Mar 30, 2012
By the way, this ham was the best ham I have ever had. Moist and delicious, and literally falling off the bone tender. So Yummy. It was a Cook's whole ham.
Gail Welch sugarshack - Mar 30, 2012
Cook's are the very best hams. My husband baked a whole one one year..it was huge. and it looked beautiful. Don't know if I could find the pic but I'm sure we took one. It was so delicious. He really can cook meat better than me.