Maple Dijon Ham – This is the perfect ham recipe for the holidays! Ham baked with a sweet and tangy maple and dijon mustard glaze.
Maple Dijon Ham
It’s holiday ham season! With both Thanksgiving and Christmas around the corner, I have been experimenting with how to make the perfect ham for the holidays and one of my favorite recipes that I came up with was a maple dijon holiday ham recipe! It was sweet, tangy, and delicious. The whole family loved it so much that I was able to repurpose the ham bone into a ham bone stock and I used that and the remaining ham to make a ham and potato soup that was terrific. This is sure to be a hit on any holiday table!
Common Questions About Cooking Ham
How long do I warm up a precooked ham?
You need to cook ham at 325 degrees for 10 minutes per pound.
What temperature does my ham need to be?
The internal temperature needs to hit 145 degrees F.
What kind of glaze can I use on ham?
There are so many great glazes for ham! Some of the most popular include a combination of these flavors –
- Brown sugar
- Maple syrup
Looking for other dishes to serve with this maple dijon ham for the holidays? Check these recipes out!
- Cornmeal Dinner Rolls
- Slow Cooker Hash Brown Casserole
- Instant Pot Glazed Carrots
- Garlic Herb Mashed Red Potatoes
- Sweet Potato Casserole
- Apple Cider Cranberry Sauce
- Instant Pot Creamed Corn
What can I do with ham leftovers?
There are so many options but some of my favorites include –
- Cheesy Ham Casserole
- Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
- Ham and Potato Soup
- Ham and Potato Au Gratin
- Ham Pot Pie
- Cuban Sliders
- Ham and Bean Stew