It was a little expensive compared to a normal brown sugar and orange juice glaze and not that much better. It was good but not really worth the price.
Ham with Bourbon-Peach Glaze
JeanetteRyan Posted: 05/02/09
Vanezza Posted: 11/27/08
Although I'm a vegetarian, I offered to bring Ham to our Ladies Social and it was AWESOME!!! The ladies LOVED it and my husband said it was awesome. They've been asking me for the recipe. I was so nervous because I didn't taste it, but the recipe read really good. YUM-SCRUM! I didn't alter the ingredients. Didn't need to. Great for a special occasion, or for dinner (freeze the rest for later meals).
estrowig Posted: 12/21/08
Interesting flavors, the spices were a little overpowering so I added the rest of the jar of peach preserves to balance it out. Two mini bottles of jack daniels was the perfect amount of bourbon to use (about 1/2 cup) and I recommend saving just a little to add after the glaze has boiled to add even more flavor. I also used a slighly smaller ham so I had leftover glaze to serve on the side as sauce, and garnished platter with orange slices and fresh cranberries parsley and sage leaves.
Dawn555 Posted: 04/04/10
My husband really enjoyed this. Next time, I might try it without the cumin and/or ginger. I'm a big fan of cumin but I'm not sure I liked the spice combination with the peach/bourbon flavor. My husband doesn't like cumin and didn't know the recipe had any in it but really enjoyed the flavor combination. It wasn't too spicy for my five-year-old, either. I like that this wasn't very sweet. It had kind of a smokey flavor to it.