We love ham, so I try different recipes all the time. This one was one of the best! I grow herbs, so always have fresh rosemary, etc. on hand. I also happened to have some dry vermouth on hand, so used that but added some extra honey. Everyone loved the result! I served the ham with red potatoes mashed with their skin left on, steamed asparagus + spinach salad with pears and gorgonzola cheese. I will definitely make this again!
Baked Ham with Rosemary and Sweet Vermouth
jcolby7777 Posted: 03/24/10
lilyfaebride Posted: 04/04/10
Wonderful flavor, but cooking for 1 1/2 hours without foil burned the edges badly and dryed out the ham. It smelled wonderful cooking though. A nice change from the glazes that come with frozen hams.
SarahLuvsPups Posted: 04/25/11
I made this for Easter - it was a hit! I used a spiral cut ham so cut down on the cooking time - but the flavor really permiated the ham. Very good!
EllenFL Posted: 04/25/11
Smelled wonderul cooking. I thought it was a little dry but would make again. Reduced the tented time and didn't burn. Served with CL's "Glorious Easter Menu" with deviled eggs, carrot soup, strawberries and cream, etc. Terrific menu.
Scott227 Posted: 03/31/13
I wanted to try something different with our ham and I'm sure glad I did. This recipe was awesome, easy and will be added to our families favorite ways to have ham.
KatieMFT Posted: 03/31/13
Delicious! I used this with a spiral sliced ham and it turned out great! My husband, who does not like ham, went back for seconds. Our boys ate it up too. I would definitely make this again!
roro123 Posted: 03/31/13
This was last nights easter dinner, used spiral ham like one of the previous reviewers. Didn't come out dry at all. It looked perfect, smelled perfect and tasted perfect!! Everyone loved it and lots had seconds. Would definitely recommend!