There’s nothing like a nice big baked ham for Easter dinner, is there? And if you think you’ve had some tasty ham before, just you wait until this year. Texas Pepper Jelly’s Pineapple Habanero Ham is the most awesomely delicious ham you and your family have ever tasted in all your lives, now and forever.
It’s easy, too. Super easy.
Just buy a big baked ham, a can of pineapple rings, and some Texas Pepper Jelly’s Pineapple Habanero.
Line a big sided baking pan with aluminum foil. Place the ham (be sure to get all the plastic wrap off it!) in the pan on the foil. Brush the ham all over with pepper jelly, and start sticking the pineapple rings all over it with toothpicks. Fasten a cherry in the middle of each pineapple ring if your family likes cherries. If you’ve got some pepper jelly left over, spoon it onto the top of the ham. (It’ll melt and trickle down all through the pineapple rings and make your ham even MORE delicious!) (Use Cherry Jalapeno -or Cherry Habanero – if you put cherries on your ham.)
Put the ham in a cold oven and set it to 350. Your ham is already baked, so all you’re really doing is heating it up and “setting” the glaze. Bake the ham about 15 minutes per pound, so you’ll have to do a little math.
When the ham is done, remove it from the oven and, while it’s still on the foil in the pan, pour a little more pepper jelly over it. Let it “set” for about 20 minutes, then remove and put on a platter. Slice. Serve. Step back. If you’re counting on leftovers so you can make a sandwich tomorrow, you’d better steal a few slices, put them in a baggie, and hide them behind the ketchup bottle in your fridge.
Happy Easter from Texas Pepper Jelly!