Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Coke Ham

Super Easy and DELICIOUS!


Coke Ham

Buy any type of ham (I always buy pre-cooked)  Place the ham in pan - baste with glaze. Continue to baste with the glaze until the ham is hot.  I usually cook a precooked  ham 45 to 60 minutes depending on the size of the ham. 

Glaze
1 1/2 cups of Brown Sugar
1 Can of Coke

Mix sugar and Coke together then baste ham while cooking.  I used all of the glaze on the ham.
DELICIOUS
P.S.  Always save the bone for some tasty homemade soup!  I freeze my bones! :)

19 comments:

  1. I love a good leftover ham bone. Often I will take it right out and stick it in the sow cooker and build my base to freeze. Ham, potato and green bean....MMMMM. Simple and tasty.

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  2. This looks like something I would love!

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  3. We buy hams on sale after Easter and freeze them for year round dinners. I bet this would make great sandwiches

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  4. Oh that sounds and looks wonderful. I have used Orange soda on chicken but never thought about ham!

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  5. coke is like the most versatile thing on the planet!! cook, clean with and eat it

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  6. Wow this sounds yummy! I'll save this to try out on my Christmas ham!

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  7. Hmmm...I have never tried cooking a ham with coke. This sounds so delicious.

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  8. This looks tasty and it looks like the ham is most and I bet it tastes so sweet.

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  9. I had idea you could use Coke! This is great! Thanks!!

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  10. Such a simple recipe, but I bet it is delicious.

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  11. I have never thought of using coke with my ham... how very interesting... thank you

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  12. My mom made ham exactly like this when I was growing up except she added a few cloves in the ham. It was so good.

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  13. I have heard to use coke for the Ham.. soo need to try it.. looks delicious... Thanks for sharing perfect timing with Thanksgiving coming up...

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  14. How cool, I've never tried this before... but I just might try it this month!

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  15. sounds like a yummy combo, I would have never thought of the 2 together! Thank you for the recipe!

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  16. sounds simple and I bet it tastes really good!

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  17. Great idea we are doing ham instead of turkey for Thanksgiving!

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