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- December 21, 2020 at 8:06 am #595293
Frozen Ham Cooking Times
If you’re trying to figure out how much time you’ll need to cook your (still frozen) ham, here’s a chart that will help.
Type of Ham Weight in lbs Thawed: Minutes/lb Frozen: Minutes/lb Smoked Ham, cook-before eating Whole, bone-in 10-14 18-20 27-30 Half, bone-in 5-7 22-25 33-38 Smoked Ham, cooked Whole, bone-in 10-14 15-18 23-27 Half, bone-in 5-7 18-24 27-36 Vacuum-packed, boneless 6-12 10-15 15-23 Spiral cut, whole or half 7-9 10-18 15-27 Fresh, uncooked Whole leg, bone-in 12-16 22-26 33-39 Whole leg, boneless 10-14 24-28 36-42 Half, bone-in 5-8 35-40 53-60
Note: As mentioned, these cooking times are just estimates. Check the internal temperature of your ham with a meat thermometer to determine when your ham is done.
*All recommendations are based on current USDA guidelines.
How to Cook Frozen Ham
Wrap the ham tightly in foil, place in an oven-safe casserole dish (deep, because the ham will be juicy!) ham in the oven, and cook it until its internal temperature meets or exceeds the following:
Cooked Ham (vacuum-packed at the plant) — 140 F
Cooked Ham (repackaged by you or someone else) — 165 F
Uncooked Ham (labeled fresh, cook-before-eating or uncured) — 145 F
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