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how long do I cook a 9.34 lb smoked ham for?

How do I cook a smoked ham shank portion? And what do I use to bast it. Oh and its weighs 9.34 lbs.
asked Nov 27, 2013 by anonymous




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I am going to asume that this is a cook before eating ham..350 degrees...18 minutes per lb...........so you have a little over 9 lbs......equals 2.7 hrs plus 34 oz...............so I would say almost 2 3/4 hours....but you have to check the internal temp away from the bone.......if you cover it....you don't have to baste it.........this is approximate................the internal temps would need to be 160....if it was boneless 170.............if you want to baste and you don't want it sweet you could use ginger ale...............that is what my parents did to keep the salt down.  We have to watch our salt so we boil it first.................next time you want to do a ham consider a small spiral ham....the brand that I got from Sam's club was Cooks................it was not salty...........I did it in a 325 over in glass dish and covered it...........the directions say cook for so long at this degree.................and I did not baste it.............it was truly the best ham, not salty but very flavorful and right after it cooled we vac packed it into 3 slices per bag and 9 bags in all.  Marked, dated & froze it.  Good for breakfast or any other meal like baked mac & cheese......add tiny cuts of ham to it.............or egg dishes.  Good luck with your ham roast.
answered Dec 15, 2013 by josie (51,120 points)

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