If an Easterham is the crowning glory of your table every spring, it may be time to dress it up in a better outfit this year.
Most holiday hams that Americans buy at the supermarket are known as city hams, which are precooked. They're wet-cured hams that are technically safe to eat as-is, without even heating them up. Generally, all you have to do is this:
But you shouldn't stop there.
Whether your precooked ham comes whole, half or spiral-cut, there are lots of delicious ways to jazz it up. The easiest ways are with a glaze or by giving it some time in the slow cooker. Below, we've got 11 recipes that give precooked ham new life.
1 Slow Cooker Holiday Ham
Get the Slow Cooker Holiday Ham recipe from Damn Delicious.
2 Rosemary Citrus Glazed Ham
Get the Rosemary Citrus Glazed Ham recipe from Creme de la Crumb.
3 Slow Cooker Maple Brown Sugar Ham
Get the Slow Cooker Maple Brown Sugar Ham recipe from Damn Delicious.
4 Cranberry Glazed Ham
Get the Cranberry Glazed Ham recipe from Simply Recipes.
5 Chipotle Pineapple Jerk Glazed Ham
Get the Chipotle Pineapple Jerk Glazed Ham recipe from Half Baked Harvest.
6 Slow Cooker Ham
Get the Slow Cooker Ham recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.
7 Baked Ham With Brown Sugar Ham Glaze
Get the Baked Ham with Brown Sugar Ham Glaze recipe from A Spicy Perspective.
8 Cola-Pineapple Glazed Ham
Get the Cola-Pineapple Glazed Ham recipe from Steamy Kitchen.
9 Glazed Baked Ham
Get the Glazed Baked Ham recipe from Simply Recipes.
10 World's Best Brown Sugar Ham
Get the World's Best Brown Sugar Ham recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.
11 Crunchy Southern Glazed Ham
Get the Crunchy Southern Glazed Ham recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.