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Ham Glaze Recipes

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    Ham Glaze Recipes

    Im searching for some glaze inspiration for tomorrow's ham....show me whatcha got.

    1/2 cup. Apricot preserves
    1/4 cup. Stone Ground Mustard
    2 Tbps. Apple Cider Vinegar
    1 Tbsp. Brown Sugar or Maple Syrup
    Pinch of Ground Cloves


      Apricot BBQ Glaze
      1. 12oz Killer Hogs The BBQ Sauce (or sauce of your choice).
      2. 4oz Apricot Preserves
      3. 4oz Honey
      4. 4oz Apple Cider Vinegar
      5. Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pot over Medium heat until mixtures smooths about 5-10 minutes.


        Another vote for the apricot glaze. It is fantastic.


          I most generally jus use me some maple syrup, coarse (spicy) mustard, honey, an some bourbon...sometimes, a splash, mebbe two of cider vinegar...


          • xaugievike
            xaugievike commented
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            is the bourbon for the glaze or for the cook? This is important Bones....

          • Mr. Bones
            Mr. Bones commented
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            Apply liberally, at appropriate times, to both food, an cook...

            ^^^fergot to add a lil splash lemon juice^^^, as well...sry...


          Here's some other Maple Bourbon Glaze resources, in case yall're into measurin, an th like:


          -->> Mostly, I jus eyeball stuff, an adjust to taste...
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; April 3, 2021, 08:43 PM.


            Used this on a ham a couple of days ago:

            1/2 cup of honey
            3 tbs bourbon
            1 tbs brown sugar
            1 tbs cider vinegar

            Pretty simple and very good. I would double it for a ham over 8# .


              We're using Chris Lilly's Apricot Glaze today.


                I have been tuning this up for years, might just be to my taste but the clan lap it up.

                Basting Sauce:
                • I tsps of ground cinnamon
                • 3 x cloves
                • 1 tsps ground coriander
                • 2 x garlic cloves fine chopped
                • 1” of ginger fine chopped
                Add to food processor and blitz to a fine paste
                • ½ cup honey
                • 2 x level tsps Hot English Mustard
                • 2 x tbps of your favourite Mango Chutney
                • ½ cup 100% pineapple juice, not ‘drink’ or ‘nectar’
                Blend all together, add 1/2 bottle of good brewed ginger beer to the pan

                Bake at 160deg C, basting every 15 mins for 2hrs cooking a 6.5kg ham



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