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How to glaze a ham

Here is another simple way to get some delicious meat on your table and in your belly.

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Preheat oven to 350F. Recipe doesn't have measurements because it doesn't need any. Use enough to cost what ever size ham your lucky enough to get your hands on.

This is a Toupie Ham. It's a "French style" ham that is boneless with little to no fat cap. It is fully cooked so we are just reheating and glazing it.

This is a Toupie Ham. It's a "French style" ham that is boneless with little to no fat cap. It is fully cooked so we are just reheating and glazing it.

Toss it in The oven with about 1 cup of beer surrounding it. Place a lid or tinfoil over it and cook it for about 20 min. NOTE--  I actually removed the mesh netting before I cooked it.

Toss it in The oven with about 1 cup of beer surrounding it. Place a lid or tinfoil over it and cook it for about 20 min. NOTE-- I actually removed the mesh netting before I cooked it.

Take it out and remove lid. Smear the 3 exposed sides with mustard.

Take it out and remove lid. Smear the 3 exposed sides with mustard.

Sprinkle brown sugar over the mustard and pat it in. I stuck a fork into the ham so I could roll it side to side to completely coat the exposed sides

Sprinkle brown sugar over the mustard and pat it in. I stuck a fork into the ham so I could roll it side to side to completely coat the exposed sides

Now drizzle the honey over the top. I microwaved the honey so it poured easily and used a fork to help with the spreading.

Now drizzle the honey over the top. I microwaved the honey so it poured easily and used a fork to help with the spreading.

Turn oven up to 450f and place the coated uncovered ham back in it.

After about ten minutes take it out and respoon the glaze from the pan over the ham.

After about ten minutes take it out and respoon the glaze from the pan over the ham.

Looking good an caramelized now. It's been another 10 min, about 40 min total cooking time for this lil guy.

Looking good an caramelized now. It's been another 10 min, about 40 min total cooking time for this lil guy.

Slice it and serve it up. Leftovers are great fried with eggs. :)

  • Toupie ham
  • Dijon mustard
  • Brown sugar
  • Honey
  • Beer