Get recipe: Mustard-Glazed Ham with Pear Chutney
If you’ve got a big holiday dinner coming up, or even a Sunday dinner for your family, learning how to cook a spiral ham will come in handy. Spiral sliced hams are pre-sliced, easy-to-carve cuts of pork that are great for any kind of celebration. When you buy them in the store, they usually come with a packet of glaze, but you can also make your own glaze.
As you learn how to cook a spiral ham, you’ll find that you definitely don’t want to overcook it. Following this recipe can help ensure you maintain all that delicious moisture that the ham deserves. No matter what specific recipe you choose, you’ll generally want to follow the below recipe to maintain a juicy, succulent spiral ham for your guests.
When it’s time for entertaining, try your hand at Mustard-Glazed Ham with Pear Chutney. The glaze gets its sweetness from maple syrup, a perfectly sticky-sweet addition for this spiral ham. Serve a baked spiral ham with Potatoes au Gratin, Glazed Roasted Carrots with Bacon and a Spiralized Beet and Orange Salad for a completely guest-worthy dinner menu.
You can keep the leftover spiral ham in the refrigerator up to three days – or turn it into ham salad, ham sandwiches and more!