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Pecan Encrusted Ham

Chef judi | Restaurant

Pecans are a rich source of oleic Fatty acids, which help lower cholestorol levels and therefore reduce the risk of coronary artery disease.

  • Serves: 20
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  • Preparation Time: 15 min
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    • .75 cup Brown Sugar
      2 tblsp All-purpose Flour
      1 cup Apple Juice or Cider
      .50 tsp Pepper
      .50 tsp Salt
      .25 tsp Ground Cardamom
      1 tsp Ground Cinnamon
      10 Lb. Fully Cooked Cured, Shank Half
      .75 Cup Pecan halves, Divided
      2 tblsp Dark Corn Syrup


    1. 1) Heat oven to 350 degreese.

      2) Place scored ham on rack in roasting pan.

      3) Mix cinnamon, cardamon, salt & pepper together and rub on the ham. Add juice; cover with foil and roast for 3 hours or until temperature reaches 160 degreese.

      4) Mix sugar and flour. Chop 1/2 cup pecans: add to sugar mixture with remaining nuts.

      5) Brush ham with corn syrup; press nuts onto ham.

      6) Raise oven tempature to 425 degreese and bake for 20 minutes or until bubbly.

      Calories 401, Pro. 29g, Carb. 12g, Fat 26g, Fiber 0g, Col. 104mg, Sod. 131mg

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