Ham With Peachy Brown Sugar Dijon Glaze-Annette's
We fixed this at our house before going over to hers and let me tell you, it was hard to want to leave. Our house smelled amazing! We cut it off the bone, poured the glaze and some extra juice in a slow cooker, put it on warm and laid the ham pieces down in it. It was tender, juicy and delicious.
Recipe and photos are my own.
Blue Ribbon Recipe
This recipe is peachy! Pineapple is typically used with ham so using peach added a new - and great - flavor to the ham. The glaze is wonderfully sweet. This ham would be a great addition to your dinner table! The Test Kitchen
9 lbbone-in spiral cut ham, fully cooked
1 cpeach preserves
1 cbrown sugar
3/4 cDijon mustard
1/2 cwhite cranberry/peach juice
1 pinchground cloves
1 can(s)sliced peaches for garnish
ADDITIONAL GLAZE FOR SLOW COOKER
1/2 cpeach preserves
1/2 cbrown sugar
6 TbspDijon mustard
1/4 cwhite cranberry/peach juice
How to Make Ham With Peachy Brown Sugar Dijon Glaze-Annette's
- Preheat oven to 350. Put about 1 cup of water in the bottom of a good sized broiler pan or a roasting pan set up with a rack. Put rack back on top and place ham meat side down.
- Mix remaining ingredients in a large glass measuring cup that you can pour out of.
- Start to pour 1/2 of glaze over ham, making sure you open the layers of spirals, getting between them but leaving plenty to pour on top to drip down the sides as well.
- Cover ham loosely with aluminum foil. Bake on center rack for 50-60 minutes (mine baked for 60). Remove foil. Pour the other 1/2 of glaze on ham and return to oven for an additional 20-30 minutes uncovered (mine took 30).
- While ham is cooking the last 20-30 minutes. Make up another 1/2 batch of glaze. Set aside.
- Remove ham from oven. Cut ham off bone and place in slow cooker. Pour juices from the bottom of pan over ham as well as the additional glaze you made. Turn slow cooker/crock pot to warm or low and allow the ham to soak up even more flavor as you finish preparing the rest of your dinner and getting everything on the table.
- Place ham on a serving platter and surround with drained sliced peaches for garnish. Enjoy!