Juicy Ham Every Time!

Posted by on March 6, 2014 in Easter, Holidays, Recipes | 22 comments

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Are you tired of serving dry ham? Here’s the answer for a Juicy Ham Every Time!

A friend gave me this hint and it results in a Juicy Ham Every Time!  I will never ever again cook a  ham without doing it this way. Talk about moist!  All the juices are retained and the flavor and texture are fabulous. Try it and you won’t go back to your old ways!

No need to buy an expensive ham. I buy the cheapest ham on sale and it turns out so juicy every time!  Here’s the secret….

 

You will need:

1 can of Sprite (12 oz.) diet or reg.

1 Oven Cooking Bag

 

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That’s it! Think you can handle that?

I’ll admit that I was a bit skeptical until I tried it. Now, I know it is the best way to have a Juicy Ham Every Time!

Simply place the ham  in the cooking bag, but don’t cut the slits on top!

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Now, pour the can of Sprite inside the bag. Seal the bag tight and bake according to the weight.

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Out will come the tenderest, moistest (is that a word?), ham  you have ever tasted. No more dry meat!

Well, that’s the method passed on to me by a friend. I am passing it on to you! Try it and you will say,

“That’s the best way to cook a ham!”

You’ll have Juicy Ham Every Time!

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Whether for Easter or any other gathering, you’ll always want to have a “Juicy Ham Every Time”!

Enjoy!

Phyllis

By the way, along with the juicy ham, you’ll want to serve the best cheesy potatoes called “Shreds”. Check out my post for another easy, delicious recipe!  

 

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22 Comments

  1. Looks delicious, going to have to try this recipe:)

    • You’ll never do a ham any other way!
      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. G’day! It looks juicy indeed and wish I could come through the computer and try some now!
    Cheers! Joanne
    Thanks for sharing at the Foodie Friends Friday No Rules Party!

  3. No way! I never would have thought to do that!! I looooove ham, I will have to try this out. Thanks so much for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday.

    • It is guaranteed great!

  4. Oh wow! That is so simple and amazing1 Thanks for sharing. :)

  5. Does this method work with a spiral cut ham? Sounds so simple and good.

    • Any ham! I don’t usually buy an expensive ham because the cheaper ones turn out so great!

  6. What an interesting idea. Looks delicious!

    • Try it! You’ll love it!

  7. I LOVE ham. I definitely need to try this.

  8. I have never tried the cooking bag method for ham, this might just be the ticket for my Easter ham. I just started a new link-up, Meal Planning Monday Recipe Link-Up and would love to invite you to share your recipe at my linky party. :) http://www.aprilshomemaking.com/2014/03/meal-planning-monday-recipe-link-up.html

  9. This looks great and easy! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

  10. oops, just realized you aren’t a GREAT yet….:)

  11. My gosh…I sure am going to try this…it sounds wonderful.
    From one great-grandmother to another….THANKS !! :)
    I’m linking to follow you thru bloglovin….:)
    oVER FROM sUNDAY bEST.

  12. Looks delicious and juicy.

    Coming from Weekend re-Treat Link Party ! Come-by and visit my blog!

  13. I am def trying this at Easter. I have used the bags for turkey but I’ve never used it for a ham….last ham I made was, well it was dry! I can’t to have yummy MOIST ham!

  14. Hmmm, interesting! I never would have thought of that! Now I’ll have to try it just because you tempted me.

  15. What a great idea! I’ve used Sprite in a cake before but I’d never think to use it to cook ham. Looks like it really helps keep the meat moist and delicious!

    • It really does work!

  16. I love hearing about new ways to cook ham–thanks so much for sharing this method! :)

  17. I kept scrolling looking for a recipe. Love it sweet and simple!

    Linda

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