How to Make a Ham Glaze That Will Crust

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The secret to making a ham glaze that will crust rests within a few key areas of the preparation process. Make a ham glaze that will crust with help from an experienced food advertiser in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Monte Mathews from Monte's Ham, and I'd like to teach you how to make a glaze that will crust. Now quite honestly my own glaze crusts beautifully. But if you want to try something different I'm going to show you a slight variation on it. And maybe what would be best would be to by the glaze and serve it along side the ham and use what I'm giving you, the glaze that will crust on top of the ham so that you have both flavors going for you. The most important thing for crusting ham is brown sugar. This is a cup of brown sugar. Brown sugar is essential for getting a crust on ham. Then you can choose any flavor jam you like. And be inventive. I am using peach today. So we're going to put eight ounces, that's one cup of peach jam is going into the brown sugar. Now just make sure that you get every little drop out of the jar. Next I'm going to add some mustard. This is Dijon mustard. I just think it gives phenomenal flavor to ham. I think it's a perfect thing too, and it also helps the ham glaze. So, we mix this up. It's a very liquid texture. Now I'm going show you something. I'm going to show you a trick. And that trick is to add corn starch. And that, this corn starch which is a thickening agent. This is one tablespoon of corn starch, will help this ham glaze stick to the ham and thicken the glaze. And there you have it, a glaze that will stick to any ham and give you a beautiful, beautiful flavorful crust. I'm Monte Mathews and this is a ham glaze that will crust. So is this by the way. This is my all natural ham glaze that comes with every beautiful ham that I send out. So if you want to you can make this glaze and use my ham glaze as a side, to pass with your beautiful ham.


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