Wow, I can’t believe Easter is almost here. Sounds like a perfect time for me to tryout a new ham recipe! I love making ham on special occasions because it's one of the easiest ways to feed a crowd without spending hours in the kitchen. Hatfield Quality Meats boneless hams are tender, tasty, and fully-cooked. Even though the ham is already pre-cooked, you can still make a nice homemade glaze while you're heating it up to add even more flavor to the ham. All you have to do is heat the ham in the oven, add the glaze during the last 30 minutes of cooking and you have the main dish ready. Easy, right?
Hatfield® Mango Chili Glazed Ham
- 1 Hatfield® traditional dinner ham
- 1 cup mango juice
- ½ cup cup brown sugar
- ½ teaspoon chili powder or to your taste
- ½ teaspoon ground cumin
- 2 cups of mango chunks
- Chopped fresh cilantro for garnish
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
- Place Hatfield® ham in a baking dish. Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes.
- While the ham is cooking, in a small pan, combine the mango juice, brown sugar, chili powder and ground cumin. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, stirring constantly. Once the mixture has come to a boil, reduce the heat to low and simmer for 10-15 minutes, or until reduced by about half. Remove from the heat and set aside until the ham is done.
- Remove ham from the oven and increase the oven temperature to 400 degrees F.
- Brush the baked ham with the glaze, then place the mango chunks in the bottom of the dish around the ham. Return the ham to the oven and bake uncovered until heated through and caramelized, 25 to 30 minutes. Serve warm with the remaining glaze.
I want to share this simple Mango Chili Glazed Ham recipe with you, which would be great for Easter weekend, or any weekend for that matter. It looks and tastes elegant, and is surprisingly hands-off in the prep department. The leftovers are even better! It’s juicy on the inside, with a crunchy, sweet and spicy crust. It’s the perfect centerpiece for your holiday table. I used a Hatfield® Traditional Dinner Ham, which is fully cooked and boneless. I made a simple glaze with mango juice, ground cumin, chili powder and brown sugar.
Hatfield® is all about keeping things delicious, simple and stress-free in the kitchen. Their boneless ham comes in Traditional Dinner Ham, Honey Dinner Ham, Black Forest Dinner Ham, Classic Boneless Ham (whole/half), and Classic Boneless Ham Reduced Sodium (whole/half). Visit the Hatfield® site for more information about this American-owned, family-owned company and all its products.
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After the egg hunt all the women in my family will collect the real eggs. We will all peel them and cut the white parts in half. My my aunt will take all the yolks, put them in a large Ziploc bag, add mayo, mustard, relish, salt and pepper. Then squish it all together, cut one corner of the bag and squeeze a bit into each half. And ta-da, simple devil eggs. They are always amazing.
We don't really have any special traditions other than going to church, but we already normally go weekly.
One of our favorite Easter dishes is prosciutto-wrapped asparagus. Seems you can't get enough pork at Easter 🙂
tweeted - https://twitter.com/dmarie824/status/843943892689063937
Our family always uses my Grandma's recipe for sweet potato casserole at Easter dinner. We also make a green jello dessert from her recipe book.
I tweeted: https://twitter.com/FireRunner2379/status/844161718871867393.
We don't really have any traditional recipes, but we do normally eat ham! This recipe looks yummy!
My family goes to church on Easter morning and then has brunch at my parents house. This year I'm making a brussels sprout and caramelized onion salad.
We don’t really have any tradition, we just make Easter dishes .
I make lasagna on Easter because it's my families favorite dish.
We don't have any special Easter dishes....we usually make a beef roast.
The only tradition is that we have Easter dinner every year!
I like to bake our ham and potatoes the day before Easter. Easter day is busy with church and friends that we are able to just come home and eat leftovers. There is no slaving in the kitchen.
My family has all passed away, but we used to go to church, then have baked ham with sweet potatoes 🙂
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We make a nice ham dinner for extended family to come and have a wonderful day together.
We always have ham!!
Our traditions have changed recently. Now we go to my in-laws for Easter dinner and an egg hunt.
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Thank you for the recipe. It looks delicious! We have a huge Easter meal with ham, hashbrown casserole, green bean casserole, rolls, jello, deviled eggs, layer salad, and dessert. We have a huge Easter egg hunt and play outside if it is nice that day.
We just mainly have a special dinner with everyone!!
Our Easter tradition is a wonderful meal that has ham, cheesy potatoes, baked beans and various desserts l
we don't have any special tradition, we just fix traditional Easter dishes
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We don't have any set Easter dishes, we've been under the weather this week so it'll be more laid back this year with a turkey breast and some easy vegetable side dishes.
I tweeted: https://twitter.com/sarabird26/status/852980892893151232
We go out to dinner for Easter.
for food, candied yams, but other that, not much else.
We don't have any special Easter traditions other than an Easter egg hunt.
I am having a Baked Spiral Ham dinner for Easter. Your Ham recipe looks so delicious! Our Easter tradition is getting family together and having ham, scalloped potatoes and pie.
Our tradition is to have a big ham dinner with all of the fixings on Easter.
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My family goes to church, eats brunch, and then we do an Easter egg hunt for the kids.
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We dye eggs, have a big easter egg hunt and then a big dinner.
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We don't have any special recipes or big time traditions.
I always serve ham for Easter with roasted asparagus and Italian potato salad.