|The Country Ham Book|
|by Elaine J. Harvell|
Good country ham is a delicacy that deserves to be in gourmet company. Dry cured with salt and other natural ingredients and aged to a rich intens...
1 - 10 of 10 for reheating ham
Internal temperatures for various meats. Always use a meat thermometer. Source: USDA
1 serving of meat at room temperature - microwave at medium-high (70%) for 1 1/2 to 3 minutes with the meaty portions to outside; cover with waxed ...
In 9 x ... Cover with diced ham. Top with ... refrigerator and microwaves quickly to reheat. Serves 6. Assemble the night before. Leftovers reheat in microwave.
Unroll dough into ... to seal. Place ham slices on dough. ... frozen, thaw before reheating. Makes 40 to 50 swirls. Reheat, wrapped in ... degrees for 5-10 minutes.
Prepare the piperade ... are ready to reheat and serve it. ... cook the julienned ham for a few ... chopped chives and serve at once. Good for leftover ham.
Wash 1 1/2 ... off fat and reheat. Can be ... water, bring to a boil. Boil exactly 2 minutes, cover pan, set aside exactly 1 hour. They are now ready to cook.
Rinse peas. Put onion and ham bone in water ... serve as ice. Reheat on the campfire. ... family can help themselves and you don't have to get their meal.
Put meat in ... the meat and reheat in the sauce. If the meat is to be frozen, pack into containers with some of the barbecue sauce. Reheat when ready to use.
In heavy pot ... carrots and diced ham. Salt and pepper to taste. Reheat over low heat, ... from an autumn sail on the Delaware, or anywhere. About 8 cups.
Prepare 1 cup ... Add rice, salt, ham and almonds. Simmer ... not boil when reheating, it will ... when reheating. (Can even use a cube dissolved in water.)
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