Riesling Peach Glazed Ham

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    Riesling Peach Glazed Ham Recipe

    Riesling Peach Glazed Ham has a perfectly sweet, crunchy outside, and a tender, savory inside. You’ll be the star of the party when you unveil this amazing baked ham at the dinner table. Everyone will be begging for more!

    This Riesling Peach Glazed Ham Recipe is a beautifully caramelized baked ham with peach brown sugar glaze.

    I always forget about ham for Sunday dinner. Chicken, beef, all the usual stuff, but I always forget about ham. The Real Housemoms recently posted a photo of their Riesling and Peach Ham that had me drooling.

    The photo alone had me tasting a sweet, but slightly crunchy sugar crust on buttery ham. So I made the recipe for a recent dinner party and my guests were WOWED!

    My ham is was twice the size from the original recipe, merely because it was the only size my grocer had, so I doubled the glaze and made a few minor adjustments. I mean, look at this beautiful bark! Don’t you just want to reach out and grab a bite from the screen? 

    Peach and Riesling Baked Ham Recipe- Beautifully caramelized Baked Ham with Peach Brown Sugar Glaze. Perfect Easter dinner idea or make for Sunday supper. Feeds a crowd and it easy to make! www.savoryexperiments.com

    Not sure how to bake ham? Just place your ham on a roasting pan and brush the ham with your peach glaze. Put it in the oven to bake for 2 hours and baste every 20-30 minutes.

    When you noticed the ham starting to brown place a piece of aluminum foil loosely on top for the remainder of cooking time. You don’t want that pretty bark to burn! 

    Riesling Peach Glazed Ham would make the perfect Easter dinner, but is also ideal for any Sunday supper. Perfect for feeding a crowd and makes a killer ham and cheese sandwich for leftovers.

    Because I am a total food nerd, here are a few fun facts about ham. Perfect for dinner table discussion or that one hammy question on Jeopardy. 

    • There are 13,000+ people in the United States that have the last name “Ham”. 

    • National Ham Day is April 15th, also tax day! 

    • Country ham is characterized by being hand rubbed with salt, sugar and nitrate and packed in the curing ingredients. It is generally smoked and much drier and saltier than other styles of ham. 

    • Chicago artist Dwight Kalb made a statue of Madonna from 180 pounds of ham.

    • Forms of ham are present in nearly every cultural food around the world since pigs are easy to raise, require little grazing area and produce a lot of meat. The names of ham, however, differ from culture to culture. 

    If you loved this ham glaze, check out these easy ham recipes:

    Tools for making Riesling Peach Glazed Ham: 

    Roasting Pan– Use for hams, prime rib, roasting a chicken and more! 

    Heavy Bottom Saucepan– Every kitchen needs one. Having a heavy bottom means that heat is more evenly distributed. 

    Carving Knife– You might not use a carving knife often, but you’ll be glad you have one when you do need it. This one is my favorite and cuts through roasts like butter. 

     

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    Peach and Riesling Baked Ham Recipe- Beautifully caramelized Baked Ham with Peach Brown Sugar Glaze. Perfect Easter dinner idea or make for Sunday supper. Feeds a crowd and it easy to make! www.savoryexperiments.com
    Riesling Peach Glazed Ham
    Prep Time
    20 mins
    Cook Time
    2 hrs
    Total Time
    2 hrs 20 mins
     
    This Riesling Peach Glazed Ham Recipe is a beautifully caramelized baked ham with peach brown sugar glaze.
    Course: Main Course, Main Dish
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: baked ham recipe, ham glaze recipe
    Servings: 8
    Calories: 1305 kcal
    Ingredients
    • 6-8 lb bone-in ham pre-cut ham
    • 1 1/2 cups Riesling wine or other sweet white wine
    • 3 springs fresh thyme
    • 1 shallot minced
    • 2 1/2 cups cups peach preserves (18 ounce jar)
    • 3/4 cup light brown sugar packed
    • 1/2 cup stone ground mustard
    • 1 teaspoon fine sea salt
    Instructions
    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and prepare a roasting pan with elevated rack, lightly coating it with cooking spray.
    2. In a medium saucepan, bring riesling, thyme and shallot to a simmer for approximately 10 minutes, or until the mixture starts to reduce.
    3. Remove thyme stalks and stir in peach preserves, brown sugar, stone ground mustard and salt, continue to heat for an additional 4-5 minutes. Mixture should be liquid, but lumpy and sticky.
    4. Brush half of peach glaze over ham, making sure to get into all of the nooks.
    5. Bake for 2 hours, basting with remaining peach glaze every 20-30 minutes.
    6. When top starts to brown and crust, loosely place a piece of aluminum foil over top (approximately 1 hour to 90 minutes into cooking).
    7. Remove and allow to rest for 10 minutes before completing the carving and serving.
    8. Let stand 15 minutes before slicing and serving
    9. If you've tried this recipe, come back and let us know how it was! 

    Nutrition Facts
    Riesling Peach Glazed Ham
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 1305 Calories from Fat 684
    % Daily Value*
    Fat 76g117%
    Saturated Fat 27g169%
    Cholesterol 281mg94%
    Sodium 6022mg262%
    Potassium 1428mg41%
    Carbohydrates 38g13%
    Sugar 33g37%
    Protein 98g196%
    Vitamin A 15IU0%
    Vitamin C 1.7mg2%
    Calcium 74mg7%
    Iron 4.7mg26%
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

     

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