Wednesday, March 31, 2010

What's for Dinner Wednesday {Well really Easter brunch}.

Mimosa Ham
My step mommy has a super easy and oh so flavorful recipe for ham that we always have on Easter Sunday.

What you need:
- An already cooked smoked ham, not honey {size depending on your number of guests}
- A bottle of OJ, Simply Orange is the best
- One bottle of inexpensive champagne for the ham
- One bottle champagne, the good stuff for the cook {this ingredient is optional but recommended by my step mommy}

Preheat your oven at 325.
Place the ham in a baking pan.
Score the top of the ham.
Pour equal parts OJ and champagne over the ham, enough to cover the bottom quarter of the ham.
Cook for 3 hours, basting periodically.

Slice and serve with your favorite Easter sides.


{this is my bottle for the cook, yummo}

3 comments:

Anna Liesemeyer said...

oh my gosh this sounds amazing! thank you for sharing!!

Kare@Trublue2 said...

That sounds very yummy...especially the part about the champagne for the cook!! Happy Easter!

Kare

Love Being a Nonny said...

Wonder what the champagne does? I might try this! Happy Easter!