I don't know but it's possible to cure colds with honey. :-)
I do not think it is possible to 'cure' ham with honey; but you can use honey when you cook the ham.
If you are oven roasting the ham you coat the skin of the ham with honey and while it is roasting it adds to the flavour.
I usually wrap it in cooking foil for most of the cooking time and just open that up towards the end of the cooking time. The foil saves the pan from getting sticky and difficult to clean. You can probably find a hub about cooking or curing ham in the food 'club' section.
You can cure ham with honey - using honey as a replacement for the sugar generally called for in a curing mixture.
* 2 liters of water
* ¾ cup of kosher salt
* 1 cup of brown sugar (1 packed cup) CHANGE THIS TO A CUP OF HONEY!
* 4 teaspoons of pink salt (insta cure #1) (4 teaspoons)
by Paul Deeds 5 months ago
How does the American style country ham curing process differ from that of a Spanish ham?
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by lehrjam7 6 years ago
Do you have a dry cure recipe for hams.
by hideho39 4 years ago
I need to know if I wet cure a ham do I need to cook it further before I can eat it. .I use to buy a wet cured ham in Amsterdam. I am trying to duplicate it. They couldn't export the ham to the USA because it wasn't cured enough. Anyone please help.
by eatlikenoone 7 years ago
If you plan on cooking a ham this easter, what type of ham do you normally buy. I always go for a bone-in shank portion ham. I love having the bone to make soup with later.
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