How to Cook a Spiral Sliced Ham

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Omaha Steaks spiral-sliced ham
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Serve the greatest holiday ham of all time, with incredible flavor, a gorgeous holiday-dinner-worthy presentation without all the prep work. Our spiral sliced hams are slowly smoked, glazed with brown sugar, and then torched to form the perfect combination of juiciness and crunchy crust. Cook a perfect baked sweet ham in just six simple steps and gift yourself more time with family and friends this holiday.

Each Omaha Steaks spiral sliced ham is fully-cooked, pre-glazed, and pre-sliced and make holiday dinner a breeze. Our hams have no added water, just natural juiciness that creates classic flavor that keeps the family coming back for seconds. It’s the ultimate sweet city ham with bone-in for a traditional holiday dinner.

Plan on serving 8 ounces of ham per person. Our 8 lb. spiral-sliced ham is large enough to serve gatherings of 12 or smaller gatherings with leftovers (who can say no to leftover ham?) Visit our ham guide for more holiday ham tips.

This sweet, city ham is a family favorite and is key to hosting a stress-free holiday dinner. Don’t forget to order your holiday side dishes for the easiest and most delicious holiday meal you’ve ever had.

How to cook Omaha Steaks spiral sliced holiday ham:

Step 1: Thaw

Thaw your frozen ham in the refrigerator for 24-48 hours. Omaha Steaks Spiral Sliced Ham is fully cooked making it possible to serve directly from the refrigerator. If you serve your ham cold, this is the only step you need to enjoy a delicious sweet, city ham. To serve your ham warm, follow the following directions.

Step 2: Preheat oven

Preheat oven to 325. Appliances vary, adjust cook times accordingly.

Step 3: Prep the ham

Remove ham from foil wrap and set aside for later; remove ham from film. Return ham to foil wrapping and place in oven safe roasting pan. Simply roll foil wrapping down leaving 2” foil roll around the bottom of the ham. Place ham in oven on a lower rack.

Step 4: Cook

Heat uncovered, for 60-75 minutes for entire ham or 10 minutes per pound for smaller portions.

Step 5: Baste the ham

If desired, during the last 15 minutes of cooking time baste ham with pan drippings.

Step 6: Serve & enjoy!

Serve when ham reaches 140 degrees internally. Our spiral sliced ham is pre-sliced to the bone, so you can savor every delicious bite of ham.

Happy Holidays!

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