This Smoked Ham with the Bourbon Praline glaze is the star of the show. For this recipe, you'll double smoke a carving ham - and it's so simple anyone with a smoker can create this smoked ham masterpiece. If you haven't tried a smoked ham, you're really missing out.
Bourbon Praline Smoked Ham
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Bourbon Praline Smoked Ham doubled smoked in flavors, and one of the best ham you or your family will ever try!Author:
Remove ham from cryovac packaging and place on wire rack inside full size steam pan with 8oz Apple Juice in the bottom of pan.
Place in 250 degree smoker with 1 chunk of cherry & 1 chunk of hickory wood for smoke.
Cook ham to internal temperature of 130 degrees.
Melt half of stick of butter in small sauce pan over medium high heat.
Add brown sugar and stir to melt.
Add bourbon to sugar mixture and continue to cook off alcohol until mixture is almost to a boil about 3-4 minutes.
Remove from heat and stir in pecans.
Add remaining butter and continue to stir until melted.
Pour in remaining apple juice and stir. Mixture should have a syrup-like consistency.
Brush bourbon praline glaze over ham when internal temperature reaches 130 degrees.
Continue to cook for 20 more minutes or until internal temperature reachers 140 degrees.
Rest the ham for 10-15 minutes and carve for serving.