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HORMEL® CURE 81® Vermont Maple Bone-In Ham


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The perfect ham for the perfect occasion.

Fully cooked

How to Prep

Slowcooker for Bone-In & Boneless Ham
  1. Place ham in lightly greased slow-cooker; add 1 cup water.
  2. Cover and cook on HIGH 4 hours or on LOW 6 hours.
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Oven for Bone-In Ham
  1. Remove ham from package and discard the round, plastic bone guard.
  2. Place the largest cut surface of the ham face down in a large baking pan or roaster with 2-3 inch sides.
  3. Add 1 cup water to the pan.
  4. Cover pan securely with foil or tight-fitting roaster lid.
  5. Bake at 325º F for 15 minutes per pound or until ham is warm.
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How long does HORMEL® CURE 81® HAM last in the refrigerator once opened?

HORMEL® CURE 81® HAM stored in the refrigerator will last 5 to 7 days after opening.

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HORMEL® CURE 81® ham should be cooked to what internal temperature?

The optimal serving temperature for HORMEL® CURE 81® ham 135ºF-140ºF.

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Can a HORMEL® CURE 81® ham be bought in advance of Christmas, Easter or other holidays and stored in a refrigerator or freezer?

HORMEL® CURE 81® ham can be bought in advance and stored as long as it is prepared or frozen by the expiration date.

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How and when should a HORMEL® CURE 81® ham be glazed?

HORMEL® CURE 81® should be glazed after it has finished cooking.

  1. Remove ham from oven and carefully drain or spoon excess ham juices/drippings from the pan.
  2. Spoon the prepared glaze mixture evenly over the entire surface of the ham.
  3. Place ham in oven, and heat for 5-10 minutes or until glaze is set.
  4. Slice ham, serve and enjoy!
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