The Holidays are upon us, do you have your Holiday Menu planned? All this week we will be sharing lots of recipes for you to add to your Holiday Table! Whether you are looking for a delicious salad, or maybe a side dish, we have you covered!
Today we are sharing our traditional Brown Sugar Glazed Ham along with Holiday Main Dish recipes.
We fix our Ham traditionally with a brown sugar and pineapple juice glaze, whole cloves and pineapple slices on top. The thing I like most about cooking a large meal, specifically the main dish, is that you can get several meals from the leftovers.
When buying your ham, allow 1/2 – 3/4 pounds per person, of course, larger if you want leftovers.
Cooking a large ham or turkey for the Holidays may seem like a lot of work, and the initial cost of the meat (usually over $10 for a whole ham or turkey) can be a lot for your budget, but if you buy during the holidays when the prices are lower, you can save money. Most hams are around $1.50 per pound, making the cost of the meat less expensive than even ground beef.
Holiday Main Dishes
- Root Beer Glazed Ham from Taste and Tell
- Cranberry Glazed Ham from Real House Moms
- Chive Crusted Beef Roast from $5 Dinners
- Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Garlic and Red Bell Pepper from McCormick.com
- Bourbon Baked Ham from Taste of Home
- Brown Sugar Glazed Ham