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Brown Sugar Bourbon Glazed Ham

Brown Sugar Bourbon Glazed Ham

Directions

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees, however your oven temperature will depend on your ham (boneless, bone-in etc.. follow the directions on your ham package)

Place your ham fat side up on a rack in a roasting pan. Lightly score the fat about 1 inch apart.. pour 3/4 cup bourbon whiskey over ham and pour 1 cup water in the bottom of the roasting pan.

Cover tightly with foil or a roasting pan lid and bake ham as directed.

Mix brown sugar, mustard and remaining bourbon in a bowl to create a paste, set aside.

When you have 40 minutes left for your ham, pull the ham out of the oven and remove the foil/lid. Slather the paste onto the ham, use a spoon or basting tool and drizzle the juices from the roasting pan over the ham.

Cover the ham and place it back into the oven for the remaining amount of time.

Pull the ham out of the oven, allow it to cool and then slice.


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


Bourbon Glazed Ham

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy.

Bourbon Glazed Ham is an easy, flavorful main dish for the holidays. Simple glaze of bourbon, brown sugar, and orange juice, ready in just a few hours.

The holidays aren’t complete without friends and family gathering around the table and enjoying a meal together. Whether you make a signature Brown Sugar Glazed Ham, this new Bourbon Glazed Ham, or one of our many other Holiday Main Dishes, you’ll eat well while making memories this holiday season.

BOURBON GLAZED HAM

It goes without saying, but would it be Christmas dinner without a tasty holiday ham sitting centerstage of your table? Bourbon Glazed Ham has a sweet, rich flavor and this glaze is a perfect upgrade to your traditional ham.

There is something about the way the smokey, salty ham that pairs so beautifully with the sticky caramel bourbon glaze. Make sure you get a nice size portion of that crunchy, barely charred crust, it is really the best part of the ham. If you serve it for Thanksgiving, I’m sure there will be a debate whether the ham crust or the turkey skin is the most addicting!

I prefer to use a bone-in ham for this recipe and not a boneless ham because the bone really adds a deeper flavor. It also helps to keep the moisture in so you don’t need to worry about ending up with a dry ham.

We love cooking hams that are pre-sliced because it makes serving them easy! You can certainly buy a ham that is not pre-sliced and cut the ham into a diamond shaped pattern (this would be gorgeous!).

Because hams come pre-cooked, they’re easy to use and only require you to follow a few tips to ensure you’re allowing its natural flavors to come out. When placing the ham into the roasting pan, make sure that the fat side is up and if you’re using a cut ham, the cut side should be facing down.

Also, make sure that you’re leaving the ham covered while it’s in the oven. If you’re using a boneless ham and are worried about it drying out, you can always add a little bit of water underneath the roasting rack to help with moisture.

Important note for cooking a glazed ham: Don’t put your glaze on too soon or it will burn. You want to add your glaze in the last 25-30 minutes of baking, giving it enough time to get that deep caramel color and rich flavor, but not so much time that it burns and ruins your dish.

HOLIDAY MAIN DISH RECIPES

Roast Turkey

Baked Ham (with Brown Sugar Glaze)

HoneyBaked Ham (Copycat)

Perfect Garlic Prime Rib


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