This was wonderful and so easy! I couldn't find either type of the preserves/jelly called for so I subbed Hot Jalapeno Pepper Jelly and Apricot-Pineapple Preserves. This would be great for company. I served it with Sweet Potato Casserole, roasted asparagus and some crusty rolls.
Fire and Spice Ham
FoodieMomof2 Posted: 04/06/10
doulda Posted: 12/23/11
Easy and soooo delicious! I've made this ham for several years for our department potluck and everyone looks forward to it. Don't be afraid of the hot pepper jelly...it just gives it the right amount of "zing".
foodieforpeace Posted: 12/21/12
We have made this recipe a number of times and will be enjoying it again for Christmas dinner. The perfect blend of heat and sweet. Have used different kinds of pepper jellies and preserves (orange, pineapple) and all have been good. Will serve it this year with Potluck Potato Casserole, French Cut Green Beans and Toasted Almonds and Cole Slaw. Leftovers are delicious in many incarnations...Try this. You won't be disappointed.
cjandlefty Posted: 04/09/12
Delicious! This is a keeper. I didn't have the Pineapple Preserves, so I used Orange Preserves. I warmed up the remaining sauce and served it on the side. What a hit!
stephdmarsh Posted: 10/09/12
This is our favorite holiday ham recipe. I've made it for Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter the past several years and my family is just as pleased each holiday. Perfect balance of sweet, tart, spice and heat.