Сhicken and rice casserole
🍳 120 min
🔥 1609 cal
✍️ by Olena Lastivka
Juicy caramelized ham is one of the traditional Thanksgiving dishes. The distinctive sweet smell with garlic notes makes the ham quite mouthwatering even while you cook it. The recipe template you see is counted for a smaller ham piece. Change the number of servings above if you have a big family or invited people to celebrate Thanksgiving together.
Choose a big bony part of smoked ham. As it is pre-cooked, you don't need to worry about underbaking it and eating raw meat. Put it in the oven for 30 minutes after removing the rind and covering it in foil. Prepare the glaze. Take the ham out and baste it with the glaze every 15 minutes.
If you put it in the fridge, it can last up to 4 days. If your family really likes it, you probably won't have to worry about that. Just make sure you cover it with a food wrap or put it in a container so it doesn't absorb other smells from the fridge. It also will help other foods not absorb the smell of meat, garlic, and spices from the ham.
Ham goes well with potatoes of any kind, especially casserole potatoes, which are also a traditional Thanksgiving dish. It also tastes good with cooked and raw vegetables, such as tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, and corn. The sweet glaze makes Thanksgiving ham a good match for jams, maple syrup, and creamy sauces.
Smoked ham on the bone
30 g (2 tbsp)
40 g (¼ cup)
10 g (2 tsp)
50 g (5 tsp)
2 g (0.3 tsp)
1 g (1 pieces)
2 g (½ tsp)
4 g (½ tbsp)
Cloves, Rosemary sprig, Coriander, Cumin, Paprika, Maple syrup, Orange jam
Please follow the next steps:
Put the oven rack at a lower third and set the temperature at 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
Remove the rind from the ham using a knife. Using a sharp knife, score the ham diagonally to create a "net" pattern. Stick in the cloves.
Cover the baking train with foil and rosemary. Put the ham in the baking train fat side up. Cover the ham with another layer of foil. Put it in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.
To prepare the glaze, put the butter in a small pot and melt it over medium heat. Wait till it becomes a little brown before you add other ingredients.
Mix dry spices and cornstarch in a small bowl and add them to butter. Reduce the fire.
Add brown sugar, honey, and brandy. When the texture becomes even, add minced garlic. Simmer for two minutes and turn off the heat.
Take the ham out of the oven and baste it with ¼ of the glaze.
Put it back in the oven for 15 minutes and raise the temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Baste again and repeat till you run out of glaze. Add ham juice to the glaze to make the meat softer.
Let the meat cool down a little bit before you serve it.
If you bought tough meat, do not despair, you can easily soften it. Place the meat on a dry, clean sheet, cover with salt and leave for one hour.
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20 minutes after each meal, have a glass of warm water. This both encourages you to eat less and aids digestion.
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