What Is Fleur De Lis Ham?

by Scott Damon

Hormel sells another brand of ham called Cure 81 as well.

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Fleur De Lis ham is a spiral-cut ham that is produced by Hormel Foods, which is located in Minnesota. The hams are sold both in supermarkets and to restaurant chains who often use the Fleur De Lis Ham product in their buffet and brunch lines.

Nutritional Value

Fleur De Lis Ham averages 120 calories in an 84 g slice. This includes 6 g of fat and 14 g of protein. There are 2 carbohydrates and no fiber in the product. Of the fat content, 2 g are saturated fat.

Heating Instructions

Fleur De Lis hams have already been cooked when they are purchased by the consumer. Therefore, they simply need to be reheated. Set the oven to 275 degrees, remove any plastic wrapping and set the ham on a tray, fat side up, in an oven for 15 minutes. You may also heat several slices if you do not plan to eat a large portion of the ham.

High-End Product

Fleur De Lis Ham by Hormel is considered a high-end ham. If ordering for the holidays, you may need to order through a meat specialist or food broker in order to get the ham. The average size of the ham is about 12 lbs.

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Scott Damon is a Web content specialist who has written for a multitude of websites dating back to 2007. Damon covers a variety of topics including personal finance, small business, sports, food and travel, among many others.