Ham is a cured pork roast. You can't load up a fresh pork roast in your backyard smoker and pull out a ham, but you can use your outdoor cooking equipment to make the most of your ham. Regardless of the ham you select, whether is is a good country ham or if it came in a can, you can add additional flavor before you serve it. A ham only needs be heated to bring it to perfection, so why not use your grill or smoker to make the most of your Holiday Ham. These ham recipes will help get you... started.
01 of 09
This is a great way to take a regular cooked ham and turn it into something spectacular by applying a spicy rub and placing it in a smoker. Let it smoke for a long while and it will taste great.
02 of 09
This is a re-smoke recipe. This means that you take a fully cooked ham, give it a flavorful coating and cook it again over indirect heat on your grill for a few hours. This adds flavor to an already prepared ham.
03 of 09
This simple grilled ham recipe is easy enough to prepare for any occasion, yet delicious enough for fancy gatherings.
04 of 09
Honey Butter Ham
This grilled ham has a nice sweet flavor and is moist and tender. The rich honey butter glaze is better than those sugar glazed hams you find everywhere these days.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
05 of 09
This is a simple sweet and flavorful ham recipe. You can add more Dijon mustard if you want to intensify the flavor.
06 of 09
This ham is deliciously sweet with a bit of zing from the Dijon mustard. A great meal for the holiday season!
07 of 09
This is a great way to prepare a ham steak. You grill it with pineapple, mustard, and honey which gives it a delicious flavor. You can probably get the pineapple juice from this recipe from the whole pineapple after you have cut it up.
08 of 09
This is not the kind of ham you think it is. This recipe calls for a fresh (or uncooked, uncured) ham. This means that what you are going to get is a great pork roast with a ham-like flavor and texture. This won't be anything like the hams you get at the store.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
09 of 09
This method of heating a Holiday ham gives it that crusty sweet coating that everyone loves. Start with low heat to get the ham up to temperature, then glaze and put on the flame to caramelize the sugar and give it a good crust.