Sunday, April 17, 2011

Whats For Dinner Next Week: Apricot Glazed Ham

I am so happy that you could stop by today to help out with our Egg Dying project. Each year our village has a community Easter Egg Hunt for all the children and this year I am on the Egg Dying committee. We have some of the most beautiful colors, so come on in and help us out. I am about to take a break and look over my menu for next week and you can help me out.

 Feature Recipe
Easter Sunday
Apricot Glazed Ham

The Menu

Monday
Matzo Ball Soup
Mixed Bitter Greens
Cheese Kugel
Challah

Green Tossed Salad
Challah
Passover Macaroons

Wednesday
Left Over Brisket
 Brisket Sandwiches
Dill Pickles
Crispy Oven Fries
Left Over
Passover Macaroons

Thursday
From Full Plate Thursday
Lemon and Dill Chicken  Cindy at Hun...Whats for Dinner
Saffron Orzos  Jackie at Crest Cottage Creations
Asparagus Spears With Sesame K at Cooking with K
Key Lime Pound Cake Lynn at Life of a Foodie and Her Family
with
Lemon Buttermilk Sherbet Joy at Kitchen Flavours

Friday
Baked Herb White Fish
Steamed Lemon Broccoli
Wild Rice
Spicy Cole Slaw
Corn Muffins
Left Over 
 Key Lime Pound Cake and Lemon Buttermilk Sherbert

Saturday
Pizza Night
Banana Split Dessert Bars

Sunday
Easter Dinner
Apricot Glazed Ham
Creamed Pearl Onions With Fresh Garden Peas
Fresh Buttered New Potatoes
Deviled Easter Eggs
Tossed Spring Garden Greens
Hot Yeast Rolls
Strawberry Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream

The Recipe
Mix The Ingredients and Heat
Glaze, Bake, and Enjoy!
Serve The Glaze On The Side
Apricot Glaze
Miz Helen's Kitchen
2 cups Apricot Jam
2 Tablespoons Harvest Course Ground Grey Poupon
1 Tablespoon Cider Vinegar
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Option: 1 Jalapeno Pepper diced fine
Mix all the ingredients in a small sauce pan and heat over medium heat until hot, do not boil. Glaze Ham before baking and two more times during the baking cycle.
Recipe Tip:
I always make extra of this recipe to serve on the side and it keeps well in the refrigerator for several weeks.
We use this glaze on Pork, Poultry, and Beef. We have used it as a topper for ice cream and it is delicious!
Print Recipe 

We want to wish you a peaceful and joyful Passover and Easter Season filled with hope for the coming year. We hope to see you soon right back here at Full Plate Thursday.

Peace and Joy,
Miz Helen

19 comments:

  1. The Egg Dying Committee, now that sounds like a fun committee to be on. How could anyone not have fun with that:) Your Apricot-Glazed Ham sounds so good.

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  2. I wish Easter Sunday were tomorrow and that I were invited over for that ham dinner! :-)

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  3. Great menu! Those crispy oven fries sound yummy. I love fries at the moment.

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  4. A perfect menu! Especially that apricot glaze....

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  5. The apricot glaze sounds good will use it on my Easter ham.... Devilled eggs are on my menu too along with Julia Childs spinach casserole, garlic mashed potatoes, special salad from daughter Rosanne.. Dessert is a birthday cake and a surprise my daugher Sherry is bringing.

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  6. Delicious menu, Miz Helen, and I'm in love with that glaze!

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  7. Stopping by from Ask Ms Recipe- Hope you stop by my Marvelous Menu Post so I can visit you back.
    Thanks Nina

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  8. That glaze sounds delish, I would have to leave out ginger because I can't stand it but other than that sounds yummy!

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  9. What a lovely ham glaze. I love the sweet savory combination you have going on there.

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  10. ahh..the easter ham! i look forward to it every year. your glaze is the perfect combination of spicy and sweet...delish! i love your whole menu actually...what time should i be there? :) thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!

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  11. I wasn't going to cook an Easter Lunch due to that I am in charge of our Church's Continental Breakfast and I'm usually pooped after. But your Apricot glaze looks really good. I may have to change my plans.

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  12. This would make one fantastic Easter dinner.

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  13. Ham is one of my all time favorites...and it goes with any meal! Love that glaze Miz Helen...

    Thanks for sharing at the hearth and soul hop 44.

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  14. The glaze looks delicious. I am going to my son's for Easter and not cooking a ham this year. So, I may have to make it After Easter. It looks so delicious.

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  15. My husband LOVEs apricot jam so to make my own glaze would be perfect!!

    This would be perfect for my Foodie Friday linky party - stop by this week and link up!

    If you have a sec, feel free to pop over now to enter my GIVEAWAY!

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  16. Do you deliver?? LOL. . .the ham looked sooo good!!! Lucky are the people who sit down to your table.

    Lori

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  17. I made your apricot glazed ham today and it was divine!!! Thank you so much sharing the recipe!!!

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  18. Sweet and Savory- just the way I like it! Thanks for linking to Workshop Wednesday- Hope to see you again! goodbyecityhellosuburbs

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Miz Helen

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