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Anybody got a recipe for a spiral ham? Gotta cook one Thurs. Morning. Was gonna put a blend of Corn syrup, brown sugar, clove powder, and ginger then bake. Should I do anything different?
 

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Honey Baked Ham Company. Heat and Eat or just eat it cold Great both ways. Picked ours up yesterday.

You can also pick up a spiral ham at Krogers. On sale this week 1.99lb. Comes with a packet that you mix and pour over ham and bake. Pretty good too. I bought a few today to give away for Thanksgiving.

Good Luck and Happy Thanksgiving.
 

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We buy the spiral cut hams from Sams and throw their season pack in the trash. I put a can of crushed pineapple in a pan with about 1/2 cup brown sugar,6 oz of honey,and 2 table spoons of BQ rub. Cook down until the brown sugar is melted and pour over the ham. Cover with foil and heat up in the oven. I don't care for ham but everybody and the kids love it. They make me do one every Thanksgiving and Christmas. I would rather fry a turkey.
 

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Here is the recipe for Honey Baked ham. It's their recipe and I have used it and everybody loved it.

Honey Baked Ham​
1 fully cooked ham
1 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/4 tsp. ground clove
1/8 tsp paprika
dash ground ginger
dash ground allspice
Partially slice ham quite thin. Mix remaining ingredients and
spread on wax paper. Roll ham in mixture. Then, use blow torch
with medium flame to caramelize sugar. Wave torch over sugar
with rapid movement so that sugar bubbles and browns but doesn't
burn. Repeat several times until ham is well−glazed. Serve ham​
warm or re−heated.
 

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Here is the recipe for Honey Baked ham. It's their recipe and I have used it and everybody loved it.

Honey Baked Ham​
1 fully cooked ham
1 cup sugar
1/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/4 tsp. ground clove
1/8 tsp paprika
dash ground ginger
dash ground allspice
Partially slice ham quite thin. Mix remaining ingredients and
spread on wax paper. Roll ham in mixture. Then, use blow torch
with medium flame to caramelize sugar. Wave torch over sugar
with rapid movement so that sugar bubbles and browns but doesn't
burn. Repeat several times until ham is well−glazed. Serve ham​
warm or re−heated.
I do like their ham (just not their $$$), might try this sounds easy. Thanks
 

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Get at your local supermarket, throw it in the smoker and baste occasionally with honey and brown sugar.

Very simple but soooo good!
 

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I made a regular ham last night and used:

1/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup honey
1/4 tablespoon cayanne powder
2 tablespoons corn starch

Heated it in a small frying pan still it was thin enough to brush on the ham and applied about half of the mix.

After the ham was half cooked, I re-applied the rest of the sauce.

I think it came out great.
 
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