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Reheating a fresh ham
Reheating a fresh ham
Posted: 11/17/2011 07:15:22 AM
If I prepare a fresh ham in the oven, can it be refrigerated overnight and reheated the next day? What temp do I use for the reheating?
Re:Reheating a fresh ham
Posted: 11/17/2011 08:25:55 AM
Be sure that you cook the fresh ham to 160 degrees F. to ensure proper doneness. When you reheat the ham the next day make sure it is heated to 140 degrees F. This is the temperature that all foods should be reheated to for ensured safety. You can remove it from the oven when it reaches 135 degrees and allow it to stand for 10 to 15 minutes and its temperature will increase another 5 degrees, leaving you with a nice juicy ham to serve. If you would like more information on cooking a ham go to http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t-106-/ham-cooking-guide.asp and check out our Ham Cooking Guide. Good luck with your ham!
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