09 Apr Texas Pepper Jelly Glazed Ham for Easter
We had baked ham for Easter dinner yesterday. It was so good, the kids are still talking about it.
It was easy, too.
I just bought a big spiral-cut ham, washed it off to remove any gel, etc, put it in a big pan, and proceeded to slime it with Pineapple Habanero pepper jelly! Then the kids covered it with slices of pineapple, and I slid it into the oven with the cheesy potatoes.
One hour later, I took out the potatoes, and two hours later, the ham was done and ready to slice.
The knife went through it as if it were butter, and the melted, bubbling pepper jelly slid down between each slice.
With the cheesy potatoes, green beans, corn, and vegetable plate (with various pepper jellies as dips) it was an Easter dinner fit for kings.
I’ve used several different kind of Texas Pepper Jelly to glaze a ham with, but Pineapple Habanero is my husband’s favorite. Next time, I’m going to try Pineapple Sweet Fire for the ham glaze!
You don’t have to wait until next Easter to serve Pineapple Habanero-glazed ham, either. Why don’t you make one tomorrow? It’s soooooo easy.