People also ask


  • What is a ham glaze made of?

  • A ham glaze needs a few different parts: Sweet: The caramelization of the sugars is what adds the sticky exterior we love so much. This can be in the form of brown sugar, honey, jam etc. Tangy: Orange juice, pineapple juice, cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar all add great flavor! Simply stir the ingredients together.

  • Should I double the recipe for glazed ham?

  • If you鈥檝e got a crowd-size ham, just double the recipe. Remember to score a crisscross pattern into the rind of your ham before applying. This will catch the glaze maximizing flavor and tenderizing the meat.

  • How do you warm up glazed ham before cooking?

  • I also doubled the glaze and warmed it in a saucepan to help the sugar dissolve before basting each slice of ham. After about an hour in the oven, I basted the slces again.

  • What can I use to glaze an Easter ham?

  • Pineapple tidbits and brown sugar simmer into a simple, sweet glaze with just a hint of cloves you can use to brush over your Easter ham. Two simple pantry ingredients make up an ultra-easy ham glaze in just minutes.