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      foil wrapped ham

      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 HamWeight in lbsThawed: Minutes/lbFrozen: Minutes/lb
      Smoked Ham, cook-before eating
      Whole, bone-in10-1418-2027-30
      Half, bone-in5-722-2533-38
      Smoked Ham, cooked
      Whole, bone-in10-1415-1823-27
      Half, bone-in5-718-2427-36
      Vacuum-packed, boneless6-1210-1515-23
      Spiral cut, whole or half7-910-1815-27
      Fresh, uncooked
      Whole leg, bone-in12-1622-2633-39
      Whole leg, boneless10-1424-2836-42
      Half, bone-in5-835-4053-60

      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 ocurrent 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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