Christmas is literally right around the corner, which means many families in America have ham for dinner. Now how should you cook the ham so that it's full of flavor and leaves your guests wanting more?
Don't worry--we've gathered a list of five recipes that are super easy to follow.
Check out how to cook your ham below, whether you glaze it with honey mustard or a more refined ingredient like marmalade.
Honey Mustard Glazed Ham
Some recipes call for a long cook time, but that shouldn't discourage you. While this recipe from Food Network's Trisha Yearwood takes roughly 6 hours and 45 minutes to cook, it will come out super succulent. Plus it's a pretty straightforward recipe, so you can't mess it up!
Holiday Ham with Riesling and Mustard
Bon Appétit conjured up a slightly different take on a ham with mustard as a main ingredient since white wine is also a star. The blend of flavors will burst in your guests' mouths!
Martha Stewart knows how to make a ham go from boring to amazing! This orange-centric recipe is for any citrus lover or someone looking for a fresh take on a holiday ham. The orange marmalade, lemon juice and dry sherry combination will be a joy for your taste buds.
Aromatic Spiced Ham
Food Network's Nigella Lawson is keeping the holiday ham recipe simple by just mixing together a lot of spices that pair well, including fennel seeds and a variety of peppercorns. This ham will certainly have bite!
This glaze is simple and sweet as it pairs mustard with brandy and dark brown sugar. Martha Stewart may be a professional chef, but you can definitely match her talents with this fairly quick and easy ham recipe.
Enjoy your Christmas dinners and definitely give these ham recipes a try!