Monday, November 14, 2022

Baked Ham Collection

A collection of baked hams from the classic southern favorite glazed with brown sugar and mustard with cola, to old school pineapple, apple cider, whisky glazed and more, all from Deep South Dish!


Baked Ham Collection


I'm not one to be married to one ham recipe, though my favorite for many years and still today is the old school cola with brown sugar and mustard. My version has also become a favorite of many of you!

Truth is, I've even played around with that one over the years too.

One thing for certain is that a baked ham is not limited to the holidays for me. Truth is, I bake one every couple of months, rather than to buy sliced deli ham and for one, I want that ham bone for some beans!

For another, I like venturing out and trying other different methods and appliances and glazes, some of which are shared by y'all and I'm working on one of those as we speak! In the meantime, here's my list of the current baked hams I have here on the website. I hope you find one to try and be sure to check back later for any new additions!





A simple clove-studded baked ham, made with orange marmalade, spicy mustard and brown sugar, easy but full of flavor!


A smoked bone-in half ham, baked and finished with a glaze patterned on our Southern Jezebel Sauce, made with apple jelly, pineapple preserves and pepper jelly mixed with lemon-lime soda.
A smoked bone-in half ham, baked and finished with a glaze patterned on our Southern Jezebel Sauce, made with apple jelly, pineapple preserves and pepper jelly mixed with lemon-lime soda.

Bone in shank ham, baked in apple cider and basted with a brown sugar, mustard and pepper jelly glaze.
Baked Ham, basted with an apple cider, honey, brown sugar, pepper jelly and mustard glaze.


A smoked bone-in half ham, baked and finished with a glaze of Maker's Mark whisky, Creole mustard, pepper jelly and lemon juice.
A smoked bone-in half ham, baked and finished with a glaze of Maker's Mark whisky, Creole mustard, pepper jelly and lemon juice.




A traditional baked ham popular in the south, glazed with a mixture of brown sugar, pineapple and mustard, and a little whisky if you're so inclined, baked in a 7-up or ginger ale tub and decorated with cloves, pineapple rings and cherries.


Baked bone-in half ham, made with a brown sugar and honey mustard glaze.
Baked bone-in half ham, made with a brown sugar and honey mustard glaze.


Boneless ham, cooked in a slow cooker with apple cider and glazed with a brown sugar, mustard and pepper jelly glaze.
Boneless ham, cooked in a slow cooker with apple cider and glazed with a brown sugar, mustard and pepper jelly glaze.





A baked ham, glazed with a mixture of apple cider, mustard, brown sugar, cane syrup, Cajun seasonings and additional holiday spices, if you like.




A bone-in ham, glazed with mustard and brown sugar, and cooked in a cola syrup is a traditional southern holiday feature.
A bone-in ham, glazed with mustard and brown sugar, and cooked in a cola syrup is a traditional southern holiday feature.


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