Heating a pre-cooked ham is a simple task, not requiring extensive cooking expertise to accomplish. Before heating a pre-cooked ham, many choose to add special sauces to it, in order to add flavor to the meat.
Preheat the oven to 225 degrees and smear any seasoning or sauces over the ham.
Wrap the ham tightly with tin foil and put it in the oven pan. Place the pan in the oven and set the timer for 60 minutes.
Take the ham out after 60 minutes using the pot holders, and cut it up with a carving knife for serving.
How to Make a Juicy Pork Tenderloin
Cooking Instructions for a Ridge Creek ...
How to Smoke Hamburgers
How to Bake a Smithfield Spiral Ham
Can You Bake Sliders?
How to Cook Venison Backstrap Steaks on ...
Instructions for Baking a Smoked Ham ...
How to Boil Cabbage and Ham
How to Defrost a Bone-In Ham
Grilling a Top Sirloin Filet in a Cast ...
How to Smoke a Ham Shank on a Charcoal ...
How to Cook Moose Meat
Tips on How to Cook a Spiral Ham
How to Cook Luglug Cornstarch Noodles
How to Reheat a Ham
How to Convection Roast a Brisket
How to Brine a Smoked Beef Brisket
How Long Does It Take to Bake Minute ...
How Do I Roast a Picnic Ham?
How Many Calories Are in Smoked Ham?
James Wiley graduated from Providence College in 2009 as a double major in global studies and Spanish. Wiley's capstone thesis paper was published in the Providence College database. He has also competed in international script-writing competitions and coauthored a pilot which placed in the top 15 percent of international entries over the past year.