Move Over Turkey
Ham is a staple entree during the holiday season- sometimes it’s even a replacement for traditional turkey at Thanksgiving.
Two Ham Glaze Recipes
Sandy Coughlin, author of The Reluctant Entertainer, has come up with two unique recipes offering two very different takes on glazed ham. The first is a blood orange marmalade ham glaze recipe that gives the traditional meat a little “kick” to it, making for a spicy surprise your family or guests will enjoy.
The second is a glaze using mixed dried fruits for a more varied, traditional flavor. Both are prime examples of what you can do with some creative cooking and the finest Harry & David ingredients.
Blood Orange Marmalade Ham Glaze Recipe
- 1 10 oz Jar Harry & David Blood Orange Marmalade
- 1 Tbsp Harry & David Hot & Sweet Beer Mustard
- 1 Harry & David Spiral Sliced Ham
- ¼ Cup Orange Juice
- ¼ tsp Ginger
Mix marmalade, mustard, ginger about 30 minutes before ham is done, then spoon half of it over the ham. With the remaining sauce, add orange juice and simmer for about 5 minutes. Prepare ham as instructed on the package.
Store Prep: Cut the first three ingredients in half. Combine the first three ingredients in a microwave safe bowl and then add the ¼ cup of orange juice. Mix and microwave for about 60 seconds. This is now ready to serve. Since this is a sweet blend, it may be best adapted to use as a glaze more than used after baking the ham.
Harry & David Ham Glaze Recipe With Dried Fruit
- 1 Package Harry & David Mixed Dried Fruits, chopped
- ½ Jar Harry & David Apricot (Peach) Conserve
- 1 whole Harry & David Spiral Sliced Ham
- 1 Jar Harry & David Apple Butter
- ½ Cup Raisins
- ½ Cup Water
Dice fruit into ¼ inch pieces. Combine the first five ingredients and cook over low heat until thoroughly mixed and melted. Prepare ham as instructed on the package. Serve compote over the ham or on the side
Store Prep: Dice fruit into ¼ inch pieces. Combine with other ingredients in a crock pot. Turn heat to “high” and stir every 5 min. Heat for approximately one half hour and should be ready to serve.
Whether you’re preparing dinner for the family or serving multiple guests this Thanksgiving, one of these two ham glaze recipes can make the meal one to remember.