How to Cook a Canned Ham?

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Canned ham simply needs to be warmed up without drying it out, as it as been pre-cooked. Cover it tightly with foil in roaster, and warm at 375 about 8 minutes per pound.
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How to Cook a Canned Ham
Canned hams are hams that have been cooked, and sealed in a can. They often are coated in a clear gelatin to preserve the flavor. These canned hams are either sold on a shelf in a grocery store, or in the refrigerated section. Refrigerated canned hams... More »
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1. Begin by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F. It won't take long for you to assemble your ham for cooking so take this step first. 2. Use the key that comes with the ham to open
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Place the ham in a roasting pan and add about 2 cups of water, cola or sprite. Place in a preheated 350 degree oven and bake for about 25 minutes per pound, basting with the juices
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There are many places one might go to locate cooking instructions for a ham. In addition to a packaging insert on the product, one might also consult a cooking website.
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