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Cooking a Ham

Post  jimschick on 17.02.12 23:59

Can I cook a ham in the Halogen?
I usually boil or bake but I am sure there must be a way with the Halogen. sunny

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Post  jimschick on 18.02.12 19:07

Is there no one who can give me some help with cooking a ham in a Halogen oven?
If I put the ham in about an inch of water and try 200 degrees for say three quarters of an hour, does anyone out there reckon this would work? Purely experimental for the halogen but could it hurt? sunny

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Re: Cooking a Ham

Post  Admin on 18.02.12 20:22

Hi Jimschick,

it appears that no one has tried it yet.

We are all still learning and not all members feel confident to give advice on this recipe.

If you do try your way, please let us know if it works.

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Post  hairy mary on 18.02.12 21:17

jimschick wrote:Can I cook a ham in the Halogen?
I usually boil or bake but I am sure there must be a way with the Halogen. sunny
I have cooked a ham in mine 3 times now even though it didn't say on the pack that you could bake. It only said boil but I took a chance and it worked.I took off all packaging and put it on the lower rack of the oven. I put tin foil over it loosley and cooked it for 30 minutes at 175 degrees then I turned it and cooked again under the tin foil for another 30 minutes. When the 60 minutes were up I took foil off and did for another 10 minutes to brown.The 3rd time I cooked it I got adventurous and poured some golden syrup on it for the last bit of cooking and it was delicious. Also I find if you put tin foil at the bottom of the bowl it saves alot on the washing up.

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Great stuff!

Post  jimschick on 19.02.12 14:13

sunny Not having found any recipe for cooking ham - I did the following :
2 lbs ham - 2 to 3 pints cold water. Did not preheat. Ham seasoned with cinnamon, honey and a little salt.
Ham placed in water on lower rack.
200 degrees for 15 minutes. Turned over.
160 degrees for 30 minutes (tested ham half way, it needs full time).
Shrinkage after cooking - 8ozs.
A lovely flavour, crusty outside but moist inside. sunny


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Post  Admin on 20.02.12 6:41

Thank you for taking the time to share your recipe with us Jimschick and for the happy look Laughing


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Post  junie on 20.02.12 19:10

Hi jimschick and thank you

I've copied this to the A-Z for other members to find easily.

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Post  jiffygoldcats on 25.02.12 12:04

jimschick wrote:Can I cook a ham in the Halogen?
I usually boil or bake but I am sure there must be a way with the Halogen. sunny

Hi, I cooked a small pork loin joint, last night.
It weighrd just over 600 gms. I rubbed a little salt over it, and put it on the low rack, set oven a 220, and cooked it for 45 minutes, turning joint every fifteen minutes. If worried about joint burning, place high rack over it, and use steamer tray to prevent further burning. Tinfoil can be a nuisance, and steamer tray works well, as holes let heat get through,you can always remove top rack to brown off joint if wished near end of cooking time.
I let my joint brown off first, then cover when happy with it. I also put some veg, around joint halfway through, which cooked nicely. The joint was gorgeous, and very moist. Hope this Very Happy helps.......

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