Baked ham, crown roast, or pork loin all make stunning centerpieces to the holiday menu, glazed, stuffed, and roasted. Find a new favorite in our collection of holiday pork recipes.
Holiday dinner preparation doesn't get any easier than this sumptuous ham glazed with brown sugar, grainy mustard, and brandy or bourbon. The glaze can be prepared up to two days ahead and reheated just before brushing on the ham.
With only five ingredients, this sophisticated ham is surprisingly simple to prepare and will feed a large crowd. The ham is with brushed with a rosemary and currant jelly or jam glaze three times to seal in its tangy-sweet flavor, and leftover glaze makes a delicious sauce.
Mustard seeds, cardamom pods, and fennel seeds are toasted and ground in a mortar and pestle, and then mixed with cinnamon, ginger, mustard, brown sugar, and molasses to create a stunningly aromatic ham glaze. The ham fat is scored in a diamond pattern and each diamond is studded with a whole clove to create a traditional holiday presentation.
This Cuban-style pork roast is marinated in a mixture of oregano, garlic, lemon zest, and lemon juice, and roasted until the fat renders out and the skin becomes irresistibly crisp. This recipe calls for a 20-pound bone-in, skin-on pork leg, which you can purchase from a good butcher.
Boneless pork loin is stuffed with a mixture of fresh fennel, bacon, and tarragon. A savory-sweet glaze made of miso paste, lemon juice, and orange marmalade flavors the pork while it roasts.
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