Honey Mustard Glazed Ham

by Chris Anderson December 11, 2016 1 min read

Honey Mustard Glazed Ham

Honey Mustard Glazed Ham 

Prep time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: Approximately 2 hours




Hagen’s Ham on the bone (half ingredients for glaze if you have a ½ leg on the bone)

15-30 Cloves

1 Cup of Honey

½ Cup of Seeded Mustard

½ Cup of Brown Sugar



Let your butcher know you intend to glaze the ham and they will be able to prepare it by cutting back the thicker outer layer of excess fat, leaving a layer of white fat perfect for scoring and glazing.


  1. Pre-heat the oven to 200°C and place one shelf on the bottom wrack. Remove all other shelves.
  2. With a sharp knife, score the fat in a diamond pattern, about 5mm deep.
  3. In each point of the diamond insert a clove. If these should fall out when brushed with glaze, they can be reinserted prior to going into the oven.
  4. Line a baking dish with baking paper, and transfer the ham into the dish.
  5. In a bowl combine honey, sugar and mustard. Brush one third of the glaze over the ham and place in the oven
  6. Bake, brushing with glaze every 25 minutes for 1 ½ hours


Serve warm or place left overs in the fridge, wrapped in your ham bag and enjoy over Christmas!

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