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Sunday, April 4, 2010

Peach Bourbon Pecan Glazed Ham

Happy Easter Everyone!
Hope your Easter bunny brought you some sweet and something savory. 





The Players!



Pour bourbon in small skillet, stand back and use a long lighter.  Ignite the bourbon and let flame for a two minutes, then cover with a lid to put out the flame.



Put pecans in food processor and copy finely.



Add peach preserves, mustard and brown sugar to bourbon and heat on low for 3-5 minutes, stirring to keep from sticking.  Remove from heat and add in the chopped pecans.



Wash ham, pat dry with paper towels.  Score the ham in a diamond shape with a sharp knife 1/4” deep. 



Then apply the glaze all over the ham. 


 Place ham in a foil lined baking pan.  Tent and seal with foil on top.  Put into a pre-heated 325 degree oven for 17-20 minutes per pound or until thermometer reads 160 degrees.

To be continued after I cut the ham!!! 

I now have cut the ham so here it is!!


I used left over glaze, added 1/2 cup of peach preserves and some of the juice from the ham, heated on low heat for 10 minutes.  Drizzle over ham.


Yummy!  This was fantastic. 
Au Gratin Potatoes recipe is coming tomorrow! 



The Recipe:

Peach Bourbon Pecan Glazed Ham

8-10 lb Bone in Ham
½ cup bourbon, flamed to reduce the alcohol content
¾ cup peach preserves
½ cup pecans, finely chopped
1 teaspoon yellow mustard
¼ cup dark brown sugar

Pour bourbon in small skillet, stand back and use a long lighter.  Ignite the bourbon and let flame for a two minutes, then cover with a lid to put out the flame.

Add peach preserves, mustard and brown sugar to bourbon and heat on low for 3-5 minutes, stirring to keep from sticking.  Remove from heat and add in the chopped pecans.

Wash ham, pat dry with paper towels.  Score the ham in a diamond shape with a sharp knife 1/4” deep.  Then apply the glaze all over the ham.  Place ham in a foil lined baking pan.  Tent and seal with foil on top.  Put into a pre-heated 325 degree oven for 17-20 minutes per pound or until thermometer reads 160 degrees.

Let ham cool for 15 minutes before slicing.

Happy Eating!















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