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Topic Title: Ham Recipe
Created on April 29, 2012 at 11:52 PM


Wanted to share a ham recipe that I pryed out of a caterer. Place your ham, bone-in or processed, in a disposable aluminum pan and pour CocaCola or Dr. Pepper about two inches deep and cook away! I used to steam hams on my Holland, but I've been doing this the past year and it is awesome and everyone loves it. The soda pop neutralizes the processing salts and gives it a sweet, honey baked ham taste without the honey baked price.


Sounds good, but I have a couple of questions: do you cook it uncovered, and how much time per pound? Also, I don't think this will work with a spiral cut ham because it may fall apart.


Cook it uncovered. You may have to add soda if it gets low. Never tried a spiral cut. The bone-ins are absolutely wonderful. I use a thermometer and remove when it gets to 170 degrees, then wrap it in foil and let it rest for at least 15 minutes and start cutting. Saves cooking time to have the ham at room temp before putting on the grill.

@ Skip

Spiral cut hames are already cooked. You are just warming them up to a final temp. Uncooked hams will need to be cooked from sctratch & will require much more time in the grill.