Ham with Peach Bourbon Sorghum Glaze

I'm going off to eat leftovers right now...

I’m going off to eat leftovers right now…

This is how we do ham glaze in the South. When you get your ham, toss that packet of high fructose junk that came with it into the garbage and don’t give it another thought while you mix up this glaze. If you have your own peach preserves, or some that are locally made, all the better. Pour yourself a bourbon while you wait for the ham to heat, unless of course you have more cooking and chopping to do, then you might want to hold off…

Peach Bourbon Sorghum Ham Glaze

1/2 jar of peach preserves, about 1/2 -/34 a cup more or less

1.5 Tablespoons of sorghum syrup

2 Tablespoons of bourbon

Combine in a saucepan and heat until combined. Brush half over top of ham before baking. Brush rest over ham 15 minutes before taking from oven, if needed broil slightly to brown glaze. (Spiral sliced bone in hams are supposed to heat covered or wrapped in a 325 degree oven for 15 minutes per pound. Ham may take longer if oven is heating other items. Insert thermometer for most accurate calculation of when the ham is heated through.)

Peach preserves, sorghum, and bourbon. Keeping it simple.

Peach preserves, sorghum, and bourbon. Keeping it simple.

 

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About Tasty Mayhem

Love to eat, cook, write. Try to think of witty things to say about the world but my thoughts are consumed by food. Mostly.
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One Response to Ham with Peach Bourbon Sorghum Glaze

  1. Divine. Dee-vine!!! I wish I had me a ham right now ; but I will come back to this. My people were brown sugar and butter and pineapple rings people. It was fine. But this is what I want next time.

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