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Best pineapple glazed ham in the pressure cooker

Best pineapple glazed ham in the pressure cooker



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Hello there! Today I am sharing the best pineapple glazed ham recipe made in the pressure cooker. Keep in mind you can use this same recipe in the oven method.

I just so happen to be madly in love with my pressure cooker and truth be told I haven’t even looked at my stove in almost 2 months.

This pineapple glazed ham recipe does call for a tad bit of oven use after cooking in the Instant Pot pressure cooker.

Typically when I think of Easter..of course the obvious first comes to mind with being part of the Catholic religion. Then I think of ham, eggs, and bunnies. Let’s not forget a few butterflies in the mix.

The beautiful thing about preparing a ham for Easter is that there are always left overs that you can eat for a few more days afterwards.

You can make a beautiful breakfast of ham and scrambled eggs. If you want to get a tad creative you can use muffin tins and prepare tasty eggs and ham mini bites. These would also be lovely if hosting an Easter brunch and you are just looking for finger foods.

Fit 1 slice of ham into each muffin cup (ham will hang over edges of cups). Crack 1 egg into each cup. Bake in middle of oven until whites are cooked but yolks are still slightly runny, about 13 minutes

Now for the best pineapple glazed recipe in the pressure cooker. Enjoy, and many blessings to all.

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Combine maple syrup, honey, brown sugar, orange juice, pineapple juice from can, cinnamon, nutmeg ingredients in a medium sauce pan, stirring well

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Put one cup of water in your pot. Place the ham in a pressure cooker (if you have a rack or trivet even better) and half of the liquid of ingredients above. Cook for 15 minutes on manual HIGH setting

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Transfer the ham to an oven safe dish and baste liberally with the glaze and place a few pineapple slices on top.

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You can set the oven to 400 degrees or under a broiler. Allow the glaze to caramelize and just slightly char on the edges (this will happen quickly). Be sure to watch it. Yummy, best ham ever. ENJOY.

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1/2 cup Maple syrup
1/2 cup Honey
1 cup Brown sugar
2 tablespoons Orange juice
1 teaspoon Cinnamon
1 teaspoon Nutmeg
1 can Sliced Pineapple
Medium size, with or without bone Ham
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Thank you Denise. I will let her know you paid her that compliment:) Looking forward to seeing you over on our Home pressure cooking page. You won’t regret a purchase of the Instant Pot.

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Slow Cooker Ham and White Bean Soup is the perfect recipe to make after you’ve enjoyed your holiday ham and want a cozy warm soup.

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