How to make Beer Mustard Glazed Ham

Whether you’ve cured and cooked your own Holiday Ale Cured Ham or have a store bought ham, this Beer Mustard Glazed ham will add an extra layer of goodness, that will create a slight crispy crust, while also adding a sweet mustardy flavor to the ham.

 

Makes: enough glaze for one Holiday Ale Cured Ham

Beer Mustard Glazed Ham Recipe:

Adapted from BeerAdvocate Magazine: Cuisine à la Bière | Dec 2012 | Issue #71

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A Beer Mustard Glaze for a Holiday Ale Cured Ham or store bought ham, that creates an extra layer of flavor and dimension with a sweet and mustarty element.
Servings Prep Time
1 Holiday Ale Cured Ham 5 minute
Servings Prep Time
1 Holiday Ale Cured Ham 5 minute
Home Brew Chef
Beer Mustard Glazed Ham
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A Beer Mustard Glaze for a Holiday Ale Cured Ham or store bought ham, that creates an extra layer of flavor and dimension with a sweet and mustarty element.
Servings Prep Time
1 Holiday Ale Cured Ham 5 minute
Servings Prep Time
1 Holiday Ale Cured Ham 5 minute
Ingredients
Beer Mustard Glazed Ingredients:
Ham Ingredients:
Servings: Holiday Ale Cured Ham
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Instructions
  • Preheat the oven to 350°F | 177°C. Once the Holiday Ale Cured Ham has been cooked (either boiled to reheat or roasted), skin removed and fat trimmed, place onto a roasting pan with a rack. Score the surface of the meat with a paring knife in a diamond pattern, cutting into the muscle 1/4 of an inch deep.
  • In a small bowl, add the beer mustard, honey, brown sugar and vinegar, whisking to combine. If the ham is still warm, using gloves, rub the mustard glaze into all the cuts, creating an even coating all around the leg. Next, pierce a clove into the center of each diamond and repeat, covering the whole ham. Place into the oven, uncovered for 40 – 45 minutes, or until the surface is bubbling and starting to caramelize. Let cool for 15 – 20 minutes before carving and service.
  • If the cooked ham is cold, place on the rack of the roasting pan and cover with a piece of parchment paper, then add 2 cups of water to the bottom of the pan and wrap tightly with foil. Bake the ham for 45 minutes to warm it through, then remove the foil and parchment paper, and follow the directions in the above paragraph.
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