Friday, January 10, 2014

Coca Cola Slow Cooked Ham

















Remember this morning when I mentioned I was going to slow cook a ham today. This is a ham you will never forget....moist and tender and great for sandwiches...which I will be putting up soon. Well....what are you waiting for? Suppers ready...come and get it!

Coca Cola Slow Cooked Ham

5 lb. fully cooked boneless ham (I bought a spiral sliced)
1 cup packed brown sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons honey mustard
2 (12 ounce) cans Coca-Cola

If you get a pre-sliced ham you are ready to unwrap it and cook it. On the other hand, you need to do a little prep work on a ham that has not been pre-sliced. For a non-sliced ham, lightly score in diagonal lines first one way, then crosswise, to form a diamond pattern, being careful not to cut any deeper than about a eighth of an inch.

Make a paste of brown sugar and mustard and rub it into the sliced or scored ham. Do not rub it on the bottom or it overcook and burn. Move your ham to a large crock pot and pour both
cans of coca all around the outside of the ham...being careful not to wash away the brown sugar glaze. Set your slow cooker on low and let the ham cook for about 8 hours.

















Hot Ham on a toasted potato roll with melted Oh yum Monterrey Jack cheese and a touch of mayo. 


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8 comments :

  1. I notice that you don't get many comments on your blog page, but I want you to know that I follow you and love your down to earth recipes. They look so scrumptious. Thanks for sharing your heart when it comes to your mother and those who are less fortunate :)

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  2. Oh, I don't think there is anything as delicious as a good ham! And to add coke to it - well, even better yet! I am pinning this!

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  3. My dad owned restaurants, and he used ginger ale, which was delish. I imagine coke would be wonderful, too!

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  4. I will definately be trying this one! I have cooked a ham with gingerale now I will try coke. The gingerale one came out fabulous!

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  5. Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  6. Making this today in 2015. Thank you for sharing.

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  7. I have made my hams with coke and brown sugar for years. Sooo good! I also like to add Pineapple.

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