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ham loaf

ham loaf
Posted: 12/13/2012 11:08:17 AM
When making a ham loaf from leftover cooked ham and other ingredients, is it OK to freeze the ham loaf? I have a very large leftover ham and could make 4 or 5 loaves. Can I freeze them for later? Before or after cooking?
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Re:ham loaf
Posted: 12/13/2012 11:55:39 AM
Yes, you should be able to freeze the ham loaf. I would suggest not applying any glaze that might be called for and wait to add that just before you are going to bake it. I would freeze it before baking it but you could bake it first if you preferred. If you bake it before freezing, when you are ready to serve it, thaw it completely and slice into pieces before warming it. Warm one or two slices at a time in the microwave rather than warming the whole loaf in the oven. If you warm it in the oven as a whole loaf, it may dry out too much before it gets warmed all the way through.

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