Easter is another great food day of the year. Family and friends gather to eat and celebrate their friendships and religious beliefs. Making a delicious Easter Ham is both rewarding and easy. Here’s how I make mine.
Foil line a baking sheet and place a cooling rack into the baking sheet. Lifting the ham up like this allows airflow all the way around it. I like to place spiral cut hams like this to help keep it together while cooking. Insert a temperature probe into the ham and cook to 145 degree’s internal temperature. Most hams are cured and say there are ready to eat….however, cooking your ham to a 145 degree’s internally will ensure it’s safe to eat.
Continue basting your ham throughout the cooking process about every 15 minutes. If the ham begins to get a little too dark simply tent it with some aluminum foil and turn the oven down to 300 degree’s. Simply adjust the temperature to slow the cooking process as needed.
When finished cooking you will have a beautiful Easter ham that will be delicious and bring smiles to all of your guests! Here’s the recipe http://chefbryanwoolley.com/2014/04/18/honey-glazed-easter-ham/