How to Reheat Ham in a Dutch Oven

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Reheating ham in a Dutch oven isn't difficult, but it does require you to keep a few important tips in mind for the best results. Reheat ham in a Dutch oven with help from an experienced food advertiser in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Monte from Monte', and I'm going to show you one of the simplest ways on earth to get great ham flavor reheated on your stove. Suppose you came home and the night before you'd had one of my delicious all natural hams. And you don't want a ham sandwich, you want more of that wonderful flavor of the hickory smoke that comes with our ham. All you do is take the ham and put it face side down in your Dutch oven. And then because you want to add flavor and also some moisture to your ham so it doesn't dry out. Pour two cups of orange juice over the top of your ham. See all this goodness that's going into this pot, beautiful, beautiful. And now very simply cover the ham. This should not be cooked any other way but low and slow. You don't want, you're actually, all your doing is reheating this ham. You're not cooking the ham. It's all precooked. So remember this is just low and slow. I would say a half hour before you're going to eat you might want to do this. So I'm Monte of Monte' and I've just shown you how to reheat ham on the top of your stove in your Dutch oven. And once you do this low and slow for about thirty minutes you're going to have the most delicious piece of ham, especially if it's a Monte's ham.


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