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I have a smoked ham (completely precooked), and I'm looking for ideas of what to do with it for supper. Any suggestions?
That reminds of Charles Lamb's Dissertation Upon Roast Pig.Set oven to max, put in ham and bake for about 8 hrs, best done if you have an engagement that day.
On his video, Alton teaches how to choose & cook both a city ham and country ham (dry salt cured, often smoked). He prepares the recipe you pointed out pantaz, on the city ham.
It was a little on the salty side. I served it with wild rice (the rice was already cooking by the time I posted the OP), and just quickly steamed some frozen mixed veggies to go with it.That sounds dangerously like it could wind up too salty. Apparently it turned out well though. Maybe add some pineapple and serve with white rice..... mmm trying to think of a good veggie to go with it...
That sounds tempting, but I don't own a rotisserie.Use a dry spice rub (your choice) and slow cook it on a rotisserie. As the outside crisps...trim off thin pieces and apply additional spice to fresh cut surface to taste.
It takes a while...but well worth the effort...if you want something different.