Thanksgiving Ham glazes

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by stanley002, Nov 15, 2001.

  1. stanley002

    stanley002

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    Looking for a Ham glazes that is tangy but sweet. that is surprising different then the common thanksgiving ham any suggestion. thanks for any ideas :)
     
  2. henry

    henry

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    I don't know how unique this is, but its quite tasty.

    Mix dijon mustard, apricot preserves, and some chopped toasted pecans. Brush it on, and/or serve at the table.

    H.
     
  3. chrose

    chrose

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    Okay so I know that this is probably lame but I still like what I grew up with. My Dad would mix a large package of Strawberry Jello powder with a little water and Dijon mustard. Just enough to moisten enough to spread. Stud the ham generously with cloves and cover with the glaze. A bite can be added with the addition of some Tabasco. Not new, not Nouvelle, or unique but tasty.