Simple Baked Ham

  • DeannaG Posted: 11/27/08
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    This turned out nice. I did not soak the ham, but I did wash it in warm water before I began cooking it. Nice flavor. Next time, I may not cook it as long. But, still good.

  • Cindos Posted: 01/01/10
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    I did not soak the meat based upon previous reviews. Otherwise I followed the recipe. My husband said, "Best ham ever," and that includes hams that his mother has made during visits. Kids loved it. I don't eat pork, but it sure smelled good! I will definitely use this recipe again--it has made me a domestic goddess (for a day, anyway)!

  • auntpatti1 Posted: 03/25/10
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    Have not tried recipe yet, however, after reading the reviews of some I have a tendency to believe that the ham should have been soaked & refrigerated for 2-4 hours and not 24 hours. The soaking is only to lessen the saltiness which can sometimes be a bit much. Always looking for new recipes so will definitely try this one.

  • ritamc3 Posted: 04/02/12
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    I always made my hams this way except i soak mine over night in ginger ale. then instead of apple juice i like pineapple juice.. i decorate my ham before baking it with sliced pineapple and maraschino cherries. my husband loves the cooked pineapple and cherries too.ham always turns out great.

  • AndrewW Posted: 11/16/12
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    I love it. None of the reviewers followed the recipe. Nonetheless, everyone rated it. Do not treat my stars seriously. I did not try this recipe yet.

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