Thursday, February 12, 2009

Easy Everyday Ham

So Ian is allowed to eat today, but really, all he wanted was a grilled cheese sandwich and Campbell’s® Tomato Soup, so I am going to post a dinner that we made about a week ago.

This is the easiest and tastiest recipe ever. You know those hunks of smoked ham that you always pass at the supermarket, well go back and pick one up, it is super cheap. Then go get yourself a can of pineapple rings and dust off the cloves on your spice rack. That’s all you need, and in an hour you will have a smoked ham that feeds four, with leftovers for lunch, and for pennies. I’m not kidding. Try it, and then thank Ian and me. Enjoy.

Easy Everyday Ham
2 pound smoked ham, can be bigger or smaller
1 can of pineapple rings
20 cloves

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Put ham in large roasting pan. Cover with pineapple rings; stick them in place with the pointy end of the cloves. Pour leftover pineapple juice in bottom of roasting pan and cover with lid. Roast for 1 hour, or 30 minutes per pound. Cut and serve with applesauce and mustard.

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