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Christmas Ham with Maple Glaze
Ham on the Rotisserie
Ham made on the rotisserie stays very moist and tender. The ham has a smoky, caramelized flavor almost bacon-like flavor. Ham sandwiches are delicious. Left-over ham along with the ham bone can be used to make soup. A few favorite ways to use rotisserie ham is to grind left-over ham using a meat grinder. Use the ground ham to make ham salad for sandwiches or ham croquettes…delicious!!
You can baste ham with any favorite glaze or sauce you like. When using a rotisserie, the meat bastes in it’s own juice keeping it moist and tender. This means you really don’t even need to baste at all. To add flavor to the ham use our recipe for maple glaze or use a favorite injectable marinade. The Ronco Rotisserie has turned out to be one of my favorite Christmas presents. I still use my Ronco Rotisserie several times a year. Here is another recipe for ham you need to try. Crock-pot Brown Sugar Pineapple Ham.
The perfect holiday ham!
- 4 to 5 pound ham
- 1/2 cup maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons light corn syrup
- 2 tablespoons apple juice
- 1/8 teaspoon ground allspice
- dash of ground cloves
In a small saucepan, combine maple syrup, butter, corn syrup, apple juice, allspice and cloves.
Bring to a boil; remove pan from heat. Set aside until needed.
Ham on Rotisserie:
Put ham on rotisserie, following manufacturers directions.
Cook ham for 2 1/2 hours. (Set it and forget it.) Baste ham with glaze during last hour.
Remove ham from rotisserie. Place in a shallow baking dish, Cover tightly with tin foil.
Let stand 10 to 15 minutes before slicing