Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Spice Up Easter with Honey Mustard Ham Glaze

Friday, April 19, 2019

Spice Up Easter with Honey Mustard Ham Glaze

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Ham or Lamb? Which one will be going on your table this Sunday? We've always been a ham family ourselves, and if you're one of the majority that will be serving it this Easter, I have a treat for you today. One of the most common ways to add a little flavor to your ham is to glaze it in pineapple juice and slices, but if you're ready to break out of the same old, same old and try a new glaze for your meat, I have a quick and easy recipe that's sure to impress. I found this Honey Mustard Ham Glaze on Golden Blossom Honey a while back, and finally put it to the test earlier this week. I think I've come to the conclusion that when it comes to adding flavor to meats, honey mustard is the best way to go. 

Honey Mustard Ham Glaze

This two ingredient recipe is quicker than a snap to whip up, adds a nice tangy zip to your holiday ham, and helps to keep the meat moist. Now, if you're a vegetarian like me, don't roll by this recipe because there's nothing in it for you. I actually love using this glaze on my veggies. I'll skewer up some peppers, zucchini, and even pineapple, then put a light basting of the glaze all around them. I pop them on the grill for a few minutes and my veggies have just went from bland to bling. This glaze is so versatile, you'll even want to try it with your summertime grilling of chicken, fish, steak, and pork. 

Ingredients

2 Tablespoons orange juice
1/2 Cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY MUSTARD

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Honey Mustard Ham


You can also check out this awesome Strawberry Rhubarb Ham Glaze that we made last year. It was another fantastic recipe from Golden Blossom Honey!

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32 comments:

  1. Those carrot napkin rings are ever so cute!
    You sliced that ham like a pro, deary!
    Happy Easter weekend to you and yours, hope all your gurls will be at home for the holidays!

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    1. The ham came sliced already. I’d butcher it if I had to do it myself :P

      I forgot all about buying those napkin rings on clearance last year and was giddy all over again finding them when I went to pull the napkins out of my textile chest. The are so cute, right!?

      Happy Easter, dahlink! Don’t work it away, and if you do, at least sneak in a little treat or glass of rum and enjoy yourself for a bit :)

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    2. Aaaah, that lovely giddiness when we find something we forgot we ever bought :) I sometimes buy summer things in winter just for the purpose of giddiness when I find them when the season arrives :)

      I will work all weekend long, but I did buy me some orange and strawberry filled chocolate eggs for the occasion :) Have fun with the in-laws! Hope you did not forget to put a wooden egg in kids' Easter baskets :)

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    3. I bought me a bunch of sweaters at the thrift shop that I know I'll be giddy over again once I rotate out my summer wardrobe next fall. It's like getting a gift all over again :)

      Those eggs to sound divine! I may have to get me some Cadbury Cream Eggs on Monday when they are 1/2 price. Trying to limit my sugar intake, but for 1/2 price, I can make an exception lol

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  2. Looks absolutely delicious Theresa, have a nice Easter with your family !
    Blessings

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    1. Thank you Gloria! Happy Easter to you and your family too!

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  3. Ham will be on a bunch of dinner tables this Saturday and Sunday. All sounds good

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    1. It does seem to be the popular choice for Easter dinner!

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  4. Ooh a nice ham dinner with a glaze like this sounds great. I like the veggie idea too!

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  5. We always have ham, but thankfully I don't have to be the one to cook the main dish. They (relatives) like when I do a relish tray, so I'll do that + I'm making lemon bars and maybe one other thing.

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    1. Lemon bars sound so good! I may have to change my cookie idea and do those instead this year.

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  6. I always serve ham on Easter. I will be hosting 16 so this glaze recipe will come in handy. I love how simple it is.

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    1. It sounds like you have your work cut out for you! Hope you have a great Easter Alli!

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  7. Ooh that looks so good. I love a good glazed ham and I bet this is amazing. I need to pick some of this up because I already have the ham.

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  8. Annemarie LeBlancApril 19, 2019 at 7:51 PM

    I am so looking forward to tasting my sister's Easter ham. Someday soon I have to try making one of my own. I will use your recipe. I am sure it will be a winner.

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    1. I hope you have a wonderful day spent with your sister Annemarie! Happy Easter!

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  9. I'm hoping to go out for Easter Brunch. It is so much more efficient with just the two of us this year. My father's side of our family hailed from Prince Edward Island, and their tradition was roast beef; thus our Easter tradition was always roast beef. Me, I'm happy to eat any feast that I don't have to cook!

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    1. Girl, I hear you on eating anything we don't have to cook or even clean up after! I'm not hosting Easter this year, but in a few weeks, I do have to have the extended family over for Cinco de Mayo, so I'm trying to mentally prepare for that. Happy Easter to you and Terry, Louise!

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  10. Oh this recipe looks super delicious. I will save this one, for sure my family will surely love the taste.

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  11. Wow. This is really simple! It would be awesome to make this dish for the weekend. Yum!

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  12. I love a good ham. Have a happy Easter.

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  13. Yummy! I love me some ham. And my SIL always prepares ham on Easter. Can't wait to have some. :)

    -Lynndee

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  14. Yes please! Wow, that sounds like such a delicious way to give your ham a kick in the pants!

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  15. Ok! This looks so good, my hubby and kids love ham for Easter!

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  16. We aren't having ham this year, but I do love a honey mustard glazed ham! It makes want to change the menu. Maybe I'll buy a ham on sale next week and make this glaze.

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  17. This honey mustard sauce looks easy and I bet the flavors are AMAZING!

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  18. One that can work for vegan or not is a win indeed. There was ham at the table because the nephew is obsessed with it, mostly saying it lol, but my ham days are long past. Ate way to much of it as a kid and now, nope.

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  19. I didn't know Honey Blossom had honey mustard! What a good find! The ham looks great. My kids would be thrilled with this glaze on a big ham!

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