While mustard might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of glazed ham, it certainly fits into almost any allergy conscious diet. As an added bonus, the leftovers make great sandwiches without the added preservatives of store bought lunchmeat. The prep time on this ham is short but the cook time is long, so make sure you have a few hours to spare when you begin this process. It’s great for bad weather days (or lazy days in our case) and always leaves my family coming back for more.
Items you’ll need:
- 1 cup of organic mustard
- 4 1/2 cups of brown sugar
- 15 lb bone in ham
- enough aluminum foil to cover the ham
(1) Preheat oven to 350 degrees
(2) Line a large baking pan with enough aluminum foil to cover the ham and seal
(3) Combine brown sugar and organic mustard until a gritty paste forms
(4) Cover the ham with the glaze- don’t be stingy with it, I promise there is enough to go around. Often times the easiest way for me to do it is to just use my hands.
(5) seal up the edges of the aluminum foil tighly to make sure that none of the juice goes all over your oven
(6) Cook until done- around 6 hours. Drizzle ham with the juice from the bottom of the pan as you serve it.
Let cool and enjoy.