• (1) Smoked/Cured Ham Roast (Pasture Provisions Nitrate Free Ham Roasts are 2-3lbs and fully cooked, but you can accommodate any sized ham roast with this recipe just follow the recommend times below based on weight)
  • Glaze (optional)
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup apple juice
  • 1 tablespoon brown or Dijon mustard



  • Mix Maple Syrup, Brown Sugar, 1/4 cup Apple Juice and Mustard in a mixing bowl and set aside

Ham Roast

Step 1

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit before you begin so it will be ready once you finish your preparation work. Adjust your oven rack to be in the middle of your oven with no racks above it so your ham fits nicely.

Step 2

Place your precooked smoked ham in an oven-safe glass or ceramic baking dish big enough for your piece of meat.

Step 3

Pour about 3/4 of the glaze over the ham (enough to cover the ham and pour over into the baking dish).  Use a cooking brush to brush your glaze over your ham to ensure an even glaze

Step 4

Cover your precooked smoked ham with tin foil, wrapping the foil to the edges of your baking dish. If your baking dish doesn't have edges, make the sheet of tin foil big enough to wrap over the ham and under the baking dish so it remains tightly sealed during the heating process.

Step 5

Place the covered ham in the oven and heat it for ~10 minutes per pound of ham. This is an estimate, and your ham may take longer depending on your oven. Open the tin foil covering and cut into the meat to make sure it is heated all the way to the center, once your timer is done.  Apply additional glaze with brush if needed

Step 6

Remove the ham from the oven and keep the foil covering intact until you are ready to serve so the meat remains hot.

Written by JT Eberly

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