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Balsamic Honey Dijon Glazed Spiral Ham is fitting for your holiday table. The balsamic honey Dijon glaze is the perfect combination of sweet and savory flavors.
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With the Easter holiday right around the corner, we’ve started to iron out the details for our family gathering. Details like the guest list, the table scape, and of utmost importance, the menu.
We’ve already shared the very traditional recipe for Maille® Deviled Eggs. Now we’re dipping into our secret ingredient again. This time we’re showcasing the flavor of Maille Honey Dijon Mustard. We’ve mixed it with Balsamic vinegar to create the perfect combination of sweet and savory in glaze form. The glaze is poured over the star of our Easter table, a spiral cut bone in ham.
Maille mustards elevate everyday meals with their flavor and versatility. Their mustards can be used in everything from appetizers, to side dishes, to the main dish and even in sandwiches.|
Which, by the way, any leftover Easter ham makes a fantastic leftover ham sandwich.
You can find Maille premium mustards at Walmart in the condiment aisle. I’m pretty much a weekly Walmart shopper so it’s very convenient for me to pick up a jar or two when I’m running low.
For convenience, you can also order Maille mustards via the Walmart Online Grocery Pickup for super seamless shopping OR feel free to order them on Walmart.Com for direct delivery to your home. Options, you know we love them.
Maille Honey Dijon was the perfect choice to compliment the ham. It’s a mixture of honey with the pungency of Dijon, making it the go to choose for vinaigrettes and glazes. Sweet and savory never tasted so good.
This recipe starts out with a pre-cooked bone in spiral ham, which we will re-heat and enhance the flavor via this balsamic honey Dijon glaze.
Half of the mixture goes onto the ham while it’s in the oven and the final half is reduced to a thick decadent finishing glaze. It’s easy and practically effortless.
We’ve enhanced the flavor of this meal with Maille and you can too, just ask for it by name, it’s pronounced “MY”. Maille oh Maille is a great way to remember.
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- 1 - 7 pound fully cooked bone in spiral cut ham
- 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
- 5 tablespoons Maille® Honey Dijon mustard
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- cracked black pepper
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
- Place ham into a large roasting pan lined with aluminum foil or a silpat mat.
- Into a medium bowl whisk together vinegar and mustard. Season with pepper.
- Pour HALF of mixture over ham.
- Using a silicon brush work liquid in between slices and around outside of ham.
- Bake for 1 hour OR until ham is warmed all the way through.
- WHILE ham is resting, place remaining vinegar mixture and butter into a sauce pan over medium heat.
- Cook until mixture has thickened.
- Pour over ham.
IF your final glaze is too thick, you may thin it out with drippings from the cooked ham pan.
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