This Balsamic and Dijon Glazed Ham is beyond any doubt the BEST ham I have ever tasted. (The ham is so completely worthy of hyperbole; I’ve given up attempting to write this post without it.) The first time I made this ham, I was completely stuffed after the meal and I could not stop snacking on little bites of ham as I was putting it away later.
Sean and my boys could not get enough of this ham either. I had a whole list of meals planned to use up the remaining ham and I didn’t make a single one of them! We just kept reheating and eating the ham on its own.
The balsamic and dijon glaze is a fantastic compliment to the ham. Just a few ingredients and almost no real effort will have a very impressive meal on the table. I can not imagine ever again using the package of glaze that comes with ham from the store!
I’ve been making this ham for every possible occasion for the past three years. I like to serve the ham with Vanilla Bean Sweet Potatoes or Garlic Smashed Potatoes, Slow-Cooker Creamed Corn and Skillet Green Beans.
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