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Old 10-17-2008, 12:02 PM   #1
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Ham with???

Hello,

I have a fully cooked smoked ham, and was wondering if I could say cook it with some carrots and potatoes...kind of like you would with a roast. If not, what type of seaonings could I add to the ham when I heat it?

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Old 10-17-2008, 12:10 PM   #2
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A fully cooked ham is meant to be only heated through if you choose to. Usually no more than 12-15 minutes per lb on 325. You could add carrots and potatoes but you might not have enough time to cook them through, depending on the size of your ham. They wouldn't add flavor to the ham but the ham would flavor the veggies.

I coat my ham with a mixture of brown sugar and apple jelly after scoring and studding with whole cloves. I also pour Vernor's ginger ale over all. My family loves this. The jelly and sugar give the ham a beautiful mahogony glaze.

You will get a jillion other ideas for coating ham.
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Old 10-17-2008, 12:22 PM   #3
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Heat in 325* oven to an internal temperature of 140* and glaze!
Bake some sweet potatoes (seperately) for a side dish!

Enjoy!!
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Bill, that bread looks very nice!
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Old 10-17-2008, 02:07 PM   #6
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Thanks. I made six 12 ounce loaves this morning. Would make some nice ham sandwiches. It's sorta an Italian bread with Sir Lancelot high gluten, Pillsbury bread, 00 soft winter wheat, malted barley and Durum flours.
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Old 10-17-2008, 02:10 PM   #7
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I always enjoy ham with green beans and potatoes.
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lol.. Not really sure what all that means but... I'm sure it's good!!
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Thanks. I made six 12 ounce loaves this morning. Would make some nice ham sandwiches. It's sorta an Italian bread with Sir Lancelot high gluten, Pillsbury bread, 00 soft winter wheat, malted barley and Durum flours.
That gorgeous bread would also make a great savory bread pudding with the ham and some sauteed spinach. What a great dish for a Sunday Brunch!

MK_3: I like to heat ham through with maple syrup. Baked sweets and collard greens are my favorite sides, but I wouldn't cook them with the ham.
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I'd make ham and scalloped potatoes with it! Yummy!
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