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Spiral Sliced Honey Glazed Ham

Recipe by: Safeway
A no-fuss crowd pleaser every time.
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Servings: 16

Ingredients

  • 1 Safeway Select Spiral Sliced Honey Glazed Ham
  • Optional
  • Safeway Select Mustard
  • Orange peel
  • Lemon Juice
  • Fresh herbs (such as dill, rosemary or tarragon)
  • Dried cranberries
  • Green onions
  • Whipped cream
  • Sour Cream
  • Plain yogurt

Directions

  1. A Safeway SELECT Spiral Sliced Honey Glazed Ham can be served at any temperature, including cold or room temperature. But if you want the ham to taste freshly baked, heat it in a 325 degree oven until a thermometer inserted in the thickest part reaches 140 degree (about 2 1/2 hours for an 8-pound ham; about 31/2 hours for a 16-pound ham).
  2. Garnish with shavings of orange peel. Or offer Safeway SELECT Mustards alongside. Flavor Dijon Mustard with a few drops of lemon juice and fresh herbs, such as dill, rosemary, or tarragon; then garnish the ham platter with sprigs of the same herb. To Honey Spice Mustard, add chopped dried cranberries and grated orange peel; orange slices make an attractive garnish.
  3. Another tempting accent for hot or cold ham is a horseradish sauce made by folding prepared horseradish and snipped fresh chives or thinly sliced green onions into unsweetened whipped cream, sour cream, or plain yogurt.
Notes:
  • You can buy a whole or half ham; both are precut so that slices can be removed in neat servings. Expect a whole ham to weigh 12 to 16 pounds; a half ham weighs 5 to 8 pounds. Allowing a half-pound of ham per person makes for a generous portion, but you will probably want to buy a larger ham than you will actually need, for maximum drama at the table.
  • Besides, leftover ham is among the most versatile meats you can have in the fridge later in the week-for breakfasts, lunch box sandwiches, and main dishes with pasta or potatoes. For a comforting finale, save the bone to make bean or split pea soup.

Nutrition

per serving
Calories
469
Total Fat
23 g
Saturated Fat
9 g
Cholesterol
149 mg
Sodium
2208 mg
Total Carbohydrates
24 g
Dietary Fiber
0 g
Protein
41 g