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Published on Dec 27, 2011
You can make Popeye's Red Beans and Rice with this copy cat recipe. These red beans and rice are made with canned beans so you don't have to be in the kitchen all day. You can find this recipe at http://www.copykat.com/2009/02/06/pop...
Hi, I'm Stephanie Manley from copykat.com. I'm going to show you how to make honey-baked ham, just like Honey-Baked Ham. First, we're going to start out by making a seasoned sugar mixture. We're going to start out with two cups of sugar and then we're going to add a variety of seasonings.
We're going to add some onion powder, some cinnamon, some ground ginger, some ground clove, and a little bit of paprika. If you have fresh nutmeg, I suggest that you grate in about a teaspoon of nutmeg. When nutmeg's fresh it really does taste best. Then we're just going to give these a quick stir.
Now we're ready to coat our ham full of our sugar-flavored mix, so now it's time for the real fun to begin. I've got my spiral sliced ham in a package here and I am going to put it, I'm going to put it meat side down onto this aluminum tray. My tray has been covered with foil, because if we don't cover this tray with foil, we will be soaking and scrubbing this for a very long time.
So I'm just taking my ham out and now I'm going to put it open-side down onto my piece of paper, my foil. All right, so now I am going to begin coating this with the sugar mixture. This is the sugar mixture that we've just made and we've seasoned well. I want you to go ahead and coat this, as heavily as you can.
The more coating on it, the better it's going to be. You might want to take up some of the juices and excess sugar, and put those back onto the ham. Now take your time doing this step, making sure the whole ham gets completely covered. All right, now the real fun begins. We're going to take a blow torch to the sugar-coated ham.
You can use just basic ordinary hardware, for a blowtorch. Start in one small area and begin to work your way around the ham. This took me about 15 minutes to do this ham, so be patient, and make sure you have some good results. And you know, when we get done with the blow torch and this ham, you can make some fabulous crème brulee.
All right, so you can see we have a honey-baked ham, just like the Honey- Baked Ham store. For more recipes, go to copykat.com.