Ingredients

How to make it

  • Take cured (pre-cooked) ham out of refrigerator and let chill come off of ham. Remove packaging and rinse under water. Remove any plastic.
  • You will be cooking your ham 20 minutes per pound, so take notes on the amount of time you will need to bake your ham and when the ham should go into oven.
  • Place ham onto cutting board.
  • With knife, make 1/2" or less cuts on the diagonal all over ham. Then going in other opposite direction, make additional cuts so that a "diamond" pattern is now on your ham.
  • See photo for reference.
  • Put ham flat side down onto tinfoil that you have lined your roasting pan with.
  • Place in oven at 325 degrees.
  • In bowl, add all ingredients for glaze, stir till well combined.
  • Go about your business for one hour. Yes, go on now...
  • Return to kitchen and open up oven door.
  • Carefully, pull out rack that has the ham roasting and spoon glaze all over ham.
  • At this point, every twenty minutes, you will want to put more glaze on ham until ham has completed its roasting time.
  • You can up and increase the heat in the oven, to crisp up glaze should you think the ham needs it for the last twenty minutes.
  • Take ham out of oven and let rest 20 minutes.
  • Call peeps to table and place ham up on its side onto a serving platter. Call up your favorite carver and slice up that ham!
  • The crispy "diamonds" are now absolutely decadently Divaliscious!

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    " It was excellent "
    cgendy ate it and said...
    I almost licked the monitor when i saw the picture. That ham looks soooo lucious!
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  • nlo209 6 years ago
    This is a keeper. Thanks
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  • pat2me 6 years ago
    Wonderful!!!!!!
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