I always host Easter Sunday at my house. Since I don’t have family in the area, it usually means my adopted family comes for the day. My adopted family includes the people from my Sunday school class and their children.
The number of guests usually multiplies faster than bunnies, so I need a simple supper that can feed a crowd with little fuss.
Hormel hams are the way to go.
They are pre-cooked, so you REALLY don’t have to do anything to them if you don’t want to. However, dressing them up a little bit doesn’t take much time or effort, and the results are quite dazzling and crowd-pleasing, if I do say so myself.
That leaves you time to dye eggs, hunt for eggs, and visit with friends and family.
Hormel hams are on sale, just in time for the holiday.
Bacon-Wrapped Hormel Ham
1 Hormel Cure 81 ham, any size (about 1/2 lb per person)
1 pkg Hormel Black Label bacon
Place the cut surface of the Cure 81 ham face-down in a baking pan or cast iron skillet, and add one cup of water.
Take a package of Hormel Black Label bacon, weave it together on a separate plate and flip the plate upside down over the ham so the weave covers the ham.
Cover the pan with aluminum foil, and bake the ham at 325° F for 15 minutes per pound.
Nutritional Information: Calories Per Serving: 574, Calories from Fat: 318, Fat: 35 g, Trans Fat: 0 g (12 g Saturated Fat), Cholesterol: 171 mg, Sodium: 3831 mg, Potassium: 864 mg, Carbohydrates: 9.2 g, Fiber: 3 g, Protein: 52 g
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