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Hawaiian Ham (Orange Pineapple Ham)

Updated on August 4, 2012

Hawaiian Ham

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Hawaiian Ham

This ham is quick and easy and tastes amazing. It not only incorporates the taste of a traditional baked ham but adds the tasty blend of orange and pineapple. This recipe is quick and simple and does not require basting or all day cooking. Hawaiian ham is excellent served with yam patties or sweet potato souffle and veggies. Also goes well with sweet Hawaiian rolls. Leftover ham makes amazing sandwiches too.

Hawaiian Ham

Place the ham into a baking bag in a casserole dish.
Place the ham into a baking bag in a casserole dish.
Top the ham with pineapple chunks or rings. Pour in the drained cherries if you add them. (This time I did not.)
Top the ham with pineapple chunks or rings. Pour in the drained cherries if you add them. (This time I did not.)
Pour frozen orange-pineapple juice onto the ham and fruit.
Pour frozen orange-pineapple juice onto the ham and fruit.
This is what the ham looks like when cooked.
This is what the ham looks like when cooked.
Serve with sweet potatoes or yams and veggies.
Serve with sweet potatoes or yams and veggies.

Cook Time

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 30 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: Serves several people

Ingredients

  • 2-3 lb. boneless sliced ham or spiral cut ham, fully cooked
  • 1 large can pineapple, sliced or chunks, do not drain
  • 1 can frozen orange-pineapple juice, slightly thawed
  • 1 small jar marrachino cherries, drained

Hawaiian Ham

  1. Place the fully cooked ham in a baking bag.
  2. Cover the ham with pineapple, juice and all.
  3. Add the drained jar of cherries.
  4. Cover the ham and the fruit with the frozen orange-pineapple juice.
  5. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 30 to 45 minutes until warmed fully.

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