*Post originally written over Thanksgiving holiday
Here’s your ingredient list. Ham. Brown Sugar. Mustard. Done. You shouldn’t have to shop for much of this.
Cut about an inch or so deep in a diamond criss-cross pattern across the top of the ham.
Your glaze is a half cup of light brown sugar and three tablespoons of mustard.
Stir until you’ve got a thick paste.
Top the ham with the glaze and turn on high for three hours or low for five hours.
That’s it! I would give you some ideas for leftovers, but there won’t be any leftovers.
This is a simple way to do a great tasting ham for your holiday celebration – and it doesn’t tie up your oven! Enjoy!
Rich Moellers is a market manager of a group of radio stations in Morrilton, AR. He has produced a series of 30-second recipes with Petit Jean Meats products that have aired on his stations for the past five years. A married father of three, he’s the cook in the family. He grew up eating his Italian mother’s cooking, but has also absorbed his wife’s family’s Southern cooking background. When he’s not eating, he serves on several boards, ranging from Economic Development to the local community center, his church and the state broadcasting association. For fun, he plays guitar and piano, both equally terribly.
Rich is a member of the Petit Jean Meats Blue Diamond Club, a group of dedicated ambassadors who share their love of Petit Jean Meats with the world.