A supermarket “city ham” is already fully cooked, so heating it isn’t essential. But a warm ham tastes better, and baking concentrates the meat’s flavor and improves its texture. It also allows you to jazz up the ham with this citrus-tinged glaze.
Watch the Video Recipe to learn how to score the ham, make and apply the glaze, and how to whip up a sauce using the pan juices.
Loved this. It was a hit with a large group. Will make again.
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