Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Glazed Ham on the Grill

This ham starts off with a simple glaze and the cooking method is easy.  You can use an oven but you will get so much more flavor on the grill and I highly recommend charcoal over gas here. 

Glazed Ham on the Grill                                                                             Printable Recipe

1 ham, spiral cut or not (any size will do - mine was 9 lbs)
1 cup honey
1 Tablespoons A-1 sauce

Start charcoal grill and allow to pre-heat.  Each ham comes with it's own directions.  Mine was 300 degrees and 15 minutes per pound to heat.  

Mix together honey and A-1.


If you are using a regular ham score your meat with criss cross cuts.  Not too deep, maybe 1/2-1".  Put ham, large side down, on side the coals or flames aren't.  We want to use the indirect heat method. Brush on  a little bit of the glaze.  Don't get too crazy or it will all slide off into the bottom of the grill.
Every 10-15 minutes turn the ham and glaze some more.
If you have a spiral ham lift your slices a little bit or tip the ham back so it opens a little and smoosh some more glaze in there.  
Use your leftover hunks of meat in your ham and bean soup!

28 comments:

  1. This looks really, really good. Can you believe I've never cooked a ham before? Pinning this!

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  2. How awesome is this idea! Perfect for camping or picnicking. Your sauce looks delish too - pinned! Carrie, A Mother's Shadow

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    1. Oh camping would be a great idea, maybe on a spit!

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  3. I've never made ham on the grill, but I can't wait to try!

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  4. This sound so delicious. I have never thought about cooking a whole ham on the grill. I love ham and you can use it in so many dishes. I might have to try this this summer.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Blessings Always,

    Diane Roark

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    1. I can't wait to make some ham and bean soup out of the leftover!

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  5. This looks so delicious and it's easy. I too never cooked a ham on the grill but I think it's time to start, and the leftovers would make delicious sandwiches too. Thanks so much for sharing! Pinned/shared.

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  6. This is a great idea! Sounds wonderful.

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  7. Oh my goodness A1 is my favorite sauce and I never thought to put it on ham. Yum!!

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  8. Wow, this look delish can't wait to try....

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  9. Wow this looks beyond good! Thanks so much for linking up with us at Wine'd Down Wednesday!
    Cathy @ three kids and a fish

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  10. Jenny,

    This is truly a great idea to prepare a whole ham. I featured it at: https://www.facebook.com/recipesforourdailybread/posts/713887162005626

    Thank you for linking up at Wonderful Wednesday blog hop.
    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

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  11. oh man sounds and looks so yummy! told hubby the recipe, he says he is willing to try it so yummmmmm!!!

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  12. Hi Jenny, stopping by to say hello and take a look around. Your delicious glazed ham drew me in. It looks so good I can almost taste it! Looking forward to coming back often to see what you have cooking up! Blessings....Shari

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  13. I love spiral cut ham. My husband isn't as much of a fan, but he does love A1 and honey, so might be able to convince him to try with using those for the glaze (and never would have thought to use them together). Thanks :)

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  14. Jenny,
    I made sure I pinned this and shared it. I cannot wait to try it.

    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

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  15. Stopping by from the Wonderful Wednesday hop and this looks AMAZING! I'm going to try pairing it with some grilled pineapple.

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  16. G'day! Looks yum Jenny! I can almost smell it from here!
    Congrats for also being featured in this week's Olive and Grapevine newsletter!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  17. Yes please, Jenny! Thanks for co-hosting and sharing at Foodie Friends Friday!

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