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Glazed Ham with Red Pepper Jelly Glaze

Leslie Beadles Dinner Pork Red Pepper Jelly

This easy glazed ham recipe is the perfect combination of sweet and savory. It is a great addition to your table on any occasion whether it is a weekday dinner, Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas. Featuring our Red Pepper Jelly mixed with brown sugar to create a sweet glaze, this is a wonderfully mouthwatering treat.

glazed ham on plate with asparagus and grapes

Ham is a traditional holiday treat. Most of the time you prepare your ham like you have always prepared it. This ham recipe featuring a sweet and savory red pepper jelly glaze is a new way to serve ham. It is easy and tasty. If you are looking to switch up your traditional ham recipe and try something new this is the recipe to do it.

photo of ham with red pepper jelly and flowers

    How to Cook a Pre-Cooked Ham 

    For this recipe we recommend an 8 to 9 pound spiral sliced and bone-in ham. These hams are typically pre-cooked when you buy them. These types of hams can be served hot or cold. For this glazed ham recipe you will need to heat the oven to 325 degrees.

    Place the ham in a roasting pan filled with at least an inch of water or white wine like Riesling. This prevents the ham from drying out. After heating the ham, you can reserve the juices for soup or gravy.

    photo of water level for cooking ham

    You will need to tightly cover the pan with aluminum foil and heat the ham until a thermometer placed near the center of the ham near the bone reaches 120 degrees. The 8-9 pound spiral cut and bone in ham usually reaches temperature in about 2 and 1/2 hours. Oven temperatures vary, so after an hour and a half, check the ham every 30 minutes so that it does not dry out. If you are using a smaller ham or larger ham you will need to adjust the temperature you use.

    photo of ham covered in foil

    How to Glaze a Ham 

    Once the ham has reached temperature it is time to add the glaze. After removing the ham from the oven, heat the oven to 425 degrees. While the oven comes to temperature, coat the ham with 1 jar Chugwater Chili Red Pepper Jelly and 1 ¼ cups brown sugar. Put the ham, uncovered, back in the hot oven and cook for 10 minutes. If you have a ham larger than 9 pounds you will need to add more red pepper jelly and brown sugar.

    photo of glaze being added to ham

    What to Serve with a Glazed Ham 

    This easy glazed ham recipe is great served with a variety of sides. It is perfect for holiday meals that have a variety of side dishes. Here is a list of some delicious sides that go well with the glazed ham. 

    Vegetables- 

    Potatoes-

    Now that you have tried this delicious recipe using our red pepper jelly, here are some other recipes that you will also enjoy. 

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    Main Dish
    American
    Yield: 10
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    Ham with Red Pepper Jelly Glaze

    Ham with Red Pepper Jelly Glaze

    This easy glazed ham recipe is the perfect combination of sweet and savory. It is a great addition to your table on any occasion whether it is a weekday dinner, Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas. Featuring our Red Pepper Jelly mixed with brown sugar to create a sweet glaze, this is a wonderfully mouthwatering treat.
    prep time: 10 Mcook time: 2 H & 30 Mtotal time: 2 H & 40 M

    ingredients:

    • One 8 to 9 pound spiral sliced and bone-in ham
    • 1 jar Chugwater Chili Red Pepper Jelly
    • 1 1/4 cups brown sugar

    instructions:

    How to cook Ham with Red Pepper Jelly Glaze

    1. A fully cooked ham can be served hot or cold. To reheat it, heat the oven to 325 degrees. Place the ham in a roasting pan filled with at least an inch of water or white wine like Riesling. After heating the ham, reserve the juices for soup or gravy.
    2. Tightly cover the pan with aluminum foil and heat the ham until a thermometer placed near the center of the ham near the bone reaches 120 degrees. The 8-9 pound spiral cut and bone in ham came to temperature in about 2 and 1/2 hours. Oven temperatures vary, so after an hour and half, check the ham every 30 minutes so that it does not dry out.
    3. After removing the ham from the oven, heat the oven to 425 degrees. While the oven comes to temperature, spread the ham with Chugwater Chili Red Pepper Jelly and brown sugar. Put the ham, uncovered, back in the hot oven and cook for 10 minutes. Double the recipe for hams over 15 lbs.
    4. Serve with roasted Asparagus drizzled with Chugwater Chili Southwest Style Dressing.

    Calories

    286.68

    Fat (grams)

    5.75

    Sat. Fat (grams)

    1.52

    Carbs (grams)

    46.39

    Fiber (grams)

    0.65

    Net carbs

    45.74

    Sugar (grams)

    41.06

    Protein (grams)

    13.79

    Sodium (milligrams)

    653.15

    Cholesterol (grams)

    39.11
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