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Spiral Ham Sandwich

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Is there anything better?

This is a classic ham sandwich with the most scrumptious twist. All you need is a crusty baguette, a smear of strawberry jam, spiral-sliced smoked ham and something called "Cheese Butter."

Recipe courtesy of the National Pork Board.

10 m

(prepare time)

20 m

(cook time)

Ingredients

  • 1 demi baguette
  • 3 1/2 Tablespoons Cheese Butter
  • 2 Tablespoons strawberry jam
  • 4 Ounces spiral-sliced smoked ham
  • 1 Ounce arugula
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 Teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 Cup butter
  • salt and pepper to taste

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving780

Folate equivalent (total)140µg35%


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


Glazed Spiral Ham

I am kind of turning into a ham person. I never was, but here we are. Special thanks to this glazed spiral ham for converting me.

My mother-in-law makes amazing hams and has turned me into a ham person. I mean, I always liked deli meat ham sandwiches for the most part. I have to admit that it’s appeal was always greatly heightened when I would add potato chips inside my actual ham sandwich. Have you done this before? Do this. Whatever, I like what I like.

Every Sunday afternoon on the way home from church, my dad would stop by our favorite bakery (Savoia Bakery) and get a warm loaf of French bread to make cold-cut sandwiches on. That would be our Sunday after-church lunch and Sunday sauce would be for dinner. Memories!

Easter is quickly approaching! Holiday ham is a traditional meal for most families to include on their Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas menus! It really doesn’t require a lot of effort, but can be intimidating.

With just a few basic ingredients for a delicious glaze and a little preparation time, you can transform a very basic ham into an amazingly delicious ham. You will impress not only your guests, but yourself!

To me, the best part about hams is that they come pre-cooked. Therefore, there’s little work to do and not a lot of room to mess up or get the temperature right, etc. You can just simply warm the ham in the oven and add a perfectly sticky-sweet glaze to make your ham really shine and stand out.

This recipe for glazed spiral ham is fool-proof, trust me. If I can do it, you can do it!

Hams seriously don’t just have to be made for holidays. Hams are a great pork roast to make if you’re having just a regular ol’ family gathering or if you just want to make it and enjoy ham sandwiches for the entire week. We also love making it in the crock pot (crock pot ham). I hope you enjoy!


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