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Swedish Christmas ham
Swedish Christmas ham
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Swedish people normally serve their Christmas ham cold with a mustard glaze. Cook the ham slowly and then add the glaze that gives the important Christmas taste.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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1600 gr Ham
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3 Bay leaves
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10 Allspice
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2 Egg yellows
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2 tablespoons Bread crumbs
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2 tablespoons Potato Flour
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3 tablespoons Mustard
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1 tablespoon Light syrup
Oven temperature:
250 degree Celsius
Instructions:
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Rinse the ham in under cold water.
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Put the ham with in a large casserole.
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Insert a meat thermometer in the middle of the ham. Pour over the water so it barely cover the ham.
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When the water is boiling lower the heat.
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Add in the allspices and bay leaves in the casserole.
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Let the ham boil in water until the thermometer shows 70-72 degree Celsius. It takes approx. 40-60 minutes per kg ham.
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Remove the ham from the casserole.
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Preheat the oven to 250 degree Celsius.
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Mix the mustard, syrup, potato flour, and egg yellows in a bowl.
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Cut away the rind of the ham and then dry the ham with a towel.
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Place the ham in a oven form.
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Spread the mixture on top of the ham, and then sprinkle the breadcrumbs on the ham.
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Put the ham in the middle of the oven for approx 10-15 minutes.
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Take out the ham from the oven and let it cool down.
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Before serving cut the ham in thin slices.
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