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Easy Brown Sugar-Mustard Glaze

easy brown sugar-mustard glaze Condiment
Easy Brown Sugar-Mustard Glaze
  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 5 min
  • Servings 6

Made from common ingredients you probably have on hand, this deceptively simple brown sugar glaze for ham adds deep, complex flavor to a baked ham dish. It adds a touch of sweetness and an extra punch of flavor to grilled or baked pork chops or pork roast, too. MORE+ LESS-

Paula Jones
September 20, 2018

Ingredients

1/2
cup packed brown sugar
3
tablespoons honey
1
tablespoon Dijon mustard
1
tablespoon pineapple juice

Steps

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  • 1
    In small bowl, mix all ingredients with whisk until well blended.
  • 2
    Brush glaze over ham during last 45 minutes of baking.

Expert Tips

  • Sub in orange juice and a grainy mustard for a switch up in flavor and texture.
  • The key to this glaze is the brown sugar and honey, which caramelize on the surface of a ham or pork roast as they bake.
  • If you have a particularly large piece of meat, double the recipe so you’ve got plenty for brushing on and serving alongside. Mix the glaze in a small saucepan, so once you’ve glazed the meat you can bring the remaining mixture to a boil, cooking until thickened. Though if it becomes too thick you can thin it a little with more juice or wine.
  • Since this is so simple to stir up, make some when you grill or bake pork chops or bone-in chicken pieces, slathering it on during cooking (be careful when grilling, as the glaze can burn easily so use near the end of cooking.)

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe

  • The concept behind a brown sugar glaze is simple: add a sweet, tangy crust that forms a caramelized sugar coating for succulent meats. The brown sugar mustard glaze will add a professional touch to the look of the finished baked ham and sweet, crunchy crackle to every biteful. To ensure a deeper penetration of the glaze, score the ham by making shallow cuts in the skin along the top surface. Wait until the last 20 minutes of baking to brush the brown sugar glaze on the ham, completely covering it with a basting brush (a wooden spoon will do in a pinch). Now that you’re a brown sugar glaze master, you might want to try more phenomenal ham glazes. Spend some time mixing and matching to find the one that’s the best complement to the rest of your menu, or build a meal around the unique ingredients in your glaze, and then carry that culinary theme through to other dishes.

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