Smoked Ham with Apricot Honey Glaze

PrimoSmokedHam

Double smoking and glazing a pre-cooked/pre-smoked ham is a quick and easy way to impart a ton of flavor and impress/feed a crowd while you are essentially just warming up the ham.

Start by coating the ham with a touch of honey mustard and then a light dusting of rub. For the rub, we mixed:
Start by coating the ham with a touch of honey mustard and then a light dusting of rub.  For the rub, we mixed:

  • Cup of course white cane sugar
  • 2 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 2 tablespoons garlic granules
  • 3 tablespoons paprika

 

Prepare the Primo for smoking. We would recommend using a mix of apple and hickory for the ham. Target a smoking temp around 250.

Prepare the Primo for smoking. We would recommend using a mix of apple and hickory for the ham. Target a smoking temp around 250 and smoke until ham temp is over 115 or so.

 

We put the ham in a foil pan to help collect the glaze- glaze a hams every 10 minutes or so (3 times) until the internal temp is around 140. For the glaze we mixed and warmed:

We put the hams in a foil pans to help collect the glaze- brush glaze on the hams every 10 minutes or so (3 times) until the internal temp is around 140. For the glaze we mixed and warmed:

  • 18 oz jar apricot preserves
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup orange juice

 

Let the ham rest for at least 20 minutes or so.

Let the ham rest for at least 20 minutes or so.

 

Slice and enjoy!

Slice and enjoy!

 

2 thoughts on “Smoked Ham with Apricot Honey Glaze

    • Wendy,
      It depends on the weight of the ham to get to temp- I’d budget about 2 hours for an average sized ham.

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