Glazed Easter Rotisserie Ham
Date: March 2, 2016Author: Chef Paja-Dejur Sanchez
A ham is always an Easter favorite around our house. It’s easy, delicious and feeds a crowd for an affordable price. However, heating it properly can be a challenge in the oven because it tends to dry out, heats unevenly and takes up valuable ‘holiday sides’ space. Heating a holiday ham in the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie is the ideal way to make a perfect ham. The Showtime Rotisserie keeps your ham moist as it renders off the excess fat, which continually bastes the ham while heating it evenly.
To heat a pre-cooked ham in the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie, start with your favorite ham; smoked, cured, country, or Virginia ham. Rinse it under water, or even soak it for 30 minutes to reduce the salt content, and cook it for 12 minutes per pound or until the internal temperature reaches 140°F. If you are wanting to glaze your ham as we did in this recipe (Dr. Pepper Molasses Glaze), begin the glazing process one hour before the ham will be done, glazing it every 15 minutes. When purchasing a ham, the diameter is the more important factor than the total weight. Typically, a 10inch diameter ham fits nicely in all of our rotisserie ovens.
Plan for ½ pound for a boneless ham per person and ¾ per person for bone in. Our 10 pound ham used in this recipe fed about 12 people…at under 20$ for the ham what a bargain to feed a group.
- 8-10 pound 10 inch diameter precooked ham
Dr. Pepper Molasses Glaze
- 1 cup Dr. Pepper
- Juice of 1 orange
- ⅛ cup molasses
- 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
- ½ teaspoon onion powder
- ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- ¼ cup course ground mustard
- Pinch of salt (just a tiny pinch, this is to balance the sauce but ham is usually too salty to add any more salt)
- 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
- Rinse or soak ham in clean water
- Place evenly onto rotisserie spit. (if you have a bone in ham, you may have to work around it)
- Set timer for 12-15 minutes per pound
- Make the glaze by bringing Dr. pepper, orange juice, molasses, and apple cider vinegar to boil. Allow ingredients to boil over a medium high heat until reduced by about half.
- Turn off heat and whisk in remainder of ingredients; onion powder, cayenne pepper, course ground mustard, pinch of salt and unsalted butter.
- When the ham has an hour left to cook glaze every 15 minutes.
*tip double the glaze recipe and reserve ½ for a table sauce to accompany the ham.
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Chef Paja-Dejur Sanchez
Ronco Showtime Standard Rotisserie and BBQ Oven ST4000WHGEN / ST4000BLGEN / ST4023SSGEN / ST5000PLGEN / ST5000PLGEN Reviews – Viewpoints.
This rotisserie is easy to use and the meat prepared for on it is wonderful. I like the grill enough that I replaced my old one (after fifteen years) for the newer model So why the score of eight. I hate cleaning it. I even line the drip pan to make it easier and it is still a chore.
The rotisserie comes with two different sized wire baskets that you put meat in. I prepare a larger amount of ribs, chops and such so to be honest I have never used the small basket but if you were a family of two then it would be useful. I fix a small turkey on the rotisserie and it came out to perfection. The drip pan works great if you are wanting the drippings. Whole chickens are better than any of the ones you buy precooked at the store.
I use this grill several times a week. The first unit was still working when I bought a new one. I gave my old one to a friend who was still using it last time I heard from her.
Ease of Cleaning
This is the only negative that I can say. Clean up is a pain as far as I am concerned but then I don’t like to clean the charcoal grill either. With the rotisserie, you have a drip pan, wire baskets are a coated the frame which is the most difficult to clean. The glass front cleans easily even with cooked on juice from the meat.
Ease of Use
This is the easy part and the end results is worth the effort is takes to clean the unit up. It really is just a matter of preparing your meat with your favorite seasonings. If you are doing a chicken or turkey tie the legs with the elastic band that comes with the unit, then put it on the stainless rods, turn the unit on and it will be done in about a hour. Easy to understand instructions come with the machine.
We love rotisserie chicken and used to buy it all the time. When I received this as a gift I was thrilled. I use this to make chicken to use in all sorts of recipes. The chickens slowly turn as they cook and all the fat drips right off making them healthier than roasting in an oven. The glass door provides entertainment as well, my kids love to sit there and watch the chickens cook! One of the features I like is the automatic shut off, this is great if you are forgetful like me. Mine came with a bunch of extras too, gloves, a carving board, and some pans to use in it.
The food slowly turns so it cooks very evenly.
Has an automatic shut off.
Ease of Cleaning
There is a lot to clean out so cleaning can be somewhat of a pain. I use mine a few times a month so it’s become somewhat routine now.
Seems to be made with good high quality materials.
It is not huge but it is not small either. I do not leave mine sitting out as I have limited counter space but I can easily fit it in the pantry.
This is my second Showtime Rotisserie and I love it! I was so lost when my first one finally quit I just had to have another one! I have tried others and nothing compares to this one. My only issue with this product is when you put the item in it is hard to determine if it will hit the coils until you actually slide it in. Clean up is a breeze!
I used to use this roaster for roasting prime rib, ham and chicken. It was an amazing roaster. I would recommend this roaster to anyone including family and friends who want a roaster. I hope everyone else enjoyed using it. Mmmm…makes me want to eat some prime rib and rotisserie chicken.
This amazing rotisserie has become my go-to appliance for roasts and chickens. I found it easy to use, clean up isn’t too cumbersome, and my meat (especially chicken) always comes out juicy and perfect if set correctly. Just season the meat, skewer it onto the rotisserie spit, set the timer to the weight of the meat according to the recipe guide, and wait until it is done…no basting or temperature changing. I like to line the drip pan with foil for easier clean up, and all the removable parts are dishwasher safe.
The down side is the size of the oven for storage if space is a problem. It is quite large for an appliance that isn’t used that often and normally would be stored away. It is not, however, very heavy so it is easily moved around. I prefer to move it outdoors to rotisserie in the summer when the weather is hot so it doesn’t heat up the kitchen.
If you enjoy rotisserie, you won’t be disappointed with this affordable appliance.
San Francisco, CA
Its not often I’ve bought a product that I can rave about, but this is it! This really is supremely simple: 1. Put he meat inside on the rotisserie or in the basket. 2. Dial in the amount of time you want it to cook for. 3. Enjoy.
We’re pretty basic at our house, don’t want a bunch of appliances, and pretty much just use salt and pepper (or Montreal Steak Seasoning) to season the meat. I love that every thing tastes great coming out of here, it doesn’t heat up the kitchen and you can see how the roasting is coming along in case you want to set it for a little longer.
The Parts clean up great in the dishwasher and If the inside of the glass gets a little beyond the soap and water stage then oven cleaner will wipe it clean in a matter of minutes. Thought it was kind of funny to see a DVD in the package, but don’t worry , that’s just overkill. Don’t make it hard, just take this out of the box and use it.
I had another brand of rotisserie several years ago, and hated it so badly I sold it in a yard sale after three uses. I picked up the Showtime brand in a thrift shop after a girlfriend raved about it. I’m thrilled with my purchase.
This rotisserie, unlike the one I’d used before, is extremely easy to clean, with all parts being dishwasher safe. The only thing left for me to clean is the glass door, which actually doesn’t seem to get very dirty at all – minor grease splatters occasionally is about it. The timer is very accurate, and I haven’t had any problems using the suggested times for anything I’ve cooked so far. It is truly “set it and forget it”.
It would be nice if the product came with more kitchen string, but I’ve found the solution for that, too. Bed, Bath and Beyond carries silicone “rubber bands” that are reusable. These bands are perfect for use with the Showtime Rotisserie.
Oak Island, NC
This Ronco was a favorite of my husband’s; he had one in college and got me one for my birthday, even though I didn’t want yet another item cluttering up my kitchen. To appease him, I made several chickens and chicken legs in this Ronco and they turned out pretty well. I wish the baskets for chicken parts were deeper, as some drumsticks didn’t fit at all (they were too fat for the basket). The baskets are also a bit hard to clean off after cooking; some scrubbing is required. The Ronco is really pretty large and takes up a good amount of space on my counter or in my storage closet. I wouldn’t mind so much, but it’s pretty ugly and just functional looking – the design is not aesthetically pleasing and pretty clunky. But I guess it works well enough.
Panama City, FL
I received the Ronco Showtime Rotisserie from my mother-in-law several years ago. I was so intimidated by it, it sat in the closet unused until just recently. I have to say that although it looks very complicated to assemble and operate, it was just the opposite. And, after tasting how yummy the chicken is that we cooked in it, I can’t believe I waited so long to use it!
We have the white rotisserie unit, but the operation is just the same. It has everything you need to cook a chicken, roast, or other heavy meat, as well as a basket to cook fish, vegetables, and more. The meat is very simple to place onto the rod, and if you don’t happen to get it on right, you just remove it and adjust it. IT IS EASY!
The unit comes with a built-in timer and an easy-to-follow cooking guide. The meat circulates as it cooks, and it lights on the inside can you can keep an eye on how the meat is progressing. When the cooking cycle is done, you simply put on the heavy-duty gloves and remove the rod. Slide the meat off and carve.
Clean up is a breeze, which really surprised me because I thought it would be difficult. Everything pops right into the dishwasher and the inside of the rotisserie just gets wiped out. Most of the supplies can be stored right inside the rotisserie itself, so it doesn’t take up a lot of space.
We love to use this for the occasional rotisserie. It does a great job, but unfortunately takes up too much space to leave in the kitchen all the time. It is fairly easy to clean and super easy to use!
Spit vs Grill: Difference & Comparison
History tells us that millions of years ago people cooked meat and food on an open fire, which we call grilling and roasting, before there was anything called civilization! Barbecuing and grilling are two closely related ideas, although the two processes differ in some respects.
Test your knowledge of food-related topics
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What is the most commonly used unit of measure in recipes?
2 / 10
What are the two forms of carbohydrates?
Singles and Doubles
Simple and Complex
Sugars and Starches
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Which food group consists of high fiber foods such as muesli, whole grain bread and oatmeal?
Meats and beans
4 / 10
What is sushi?
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What type of bread is a French staple usually served with soup or salad?
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Which type of dish is best for kneading thick dough?
7 / 10
Which pizza is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese and other toppings of your choice?
8 / 10
Which dairy product is made by churning cream or milk?
9 / 10
What oil is used for deep frying?
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We are big red and watery on the inside. Protected by a hard shell. Who are we?
Both approaches are largely accepted by health experts as they cook food using indirect heat. Have you ever wondered what the differences are?
We will tell you about a few significant differences that distinguish a barbecue from a grill. But the strength of the heat used makes it perfect for thin cuts like steaks, chops and poultry quarters.
The spit can also cause the same browning, but not as quickly. grilling can also reduce the amount of fat, especially if the grill pan is equipped with a grate. Grilling occurs at a slower speed so that larger pieces can be cooked without burning the outside or leaving the center raw.
- Rotisserie is a cooking method in which food is strung on a spit and slowly rotated, overheated, and grilling is a cooking method in which food is placed on a grate over a heat source.
- Grilling generally results in more even cooking and a juicier end product, while grilling can result in a charred outside and a drier inside.
- Grilling is typically used for large cuts of meat such as whole chickens or roasts, while grilling is suitable for a wide range of foods including vegetables, seafood and smaller cuts of meat.
Rotisserie against grill
Rotisserie is a method of cooking meat that is pierced with a long shaft and cooked over an open fire or baked in an oven. It evenly fries the meat, making it juicy with a crispy crust. Grilling is a cooking method that uses dry heat to quickly cook meat or vegetables. It uses a direct heat source such as charcoal or ceramic briquettes.
The skewer was cooking in front of an open fire. But the grilling process has also changed with the development of the oven. Currently, grilling is the frying of food at a given temperature in an insulated box.
The box uses the warm air in the box and cooks the meat until the meat liquids dry to perfection.
Grilling is a method of cooking food over a charcoal flame. It was one of the first ways of cooking. The food is placed on a grill with an open flame, the meat is broken open and cooked properly over high heat.
Many people find this approach more suitable because of the added health element, and also doesn’t need an oven and almost anything can be grilled.
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|The spit was cooking in front of an open fire.
|Grilling is a cooking method that uses dry heat on the surface of food, usually from the top, bottom or side.
What is Rotseries?
A skewer is a type of skewer that spits meat – a hard rod used to hold food roasted over a fire in a fireplace or bonfire or baked in an oven.
The skewer is also known as the spit-spit. This method is usually used to cook large cuts of meat such as pork and turkey, or whole animals. Thanks to the rotation, the meat cooks evenly in its own juices, and the constant grinding becomes easily accessible.
The skewer was a favorite method of cooking meat in a large family in medieval and early modern cuisine. A servant, ideally a child, sat at the spit, carefully turning the metal pail and preparing the food.
Later, mechanical turntables were created, first driven by dogs on treadmills, and later by steam power and mechanical clockwork. They were later invented. A turbine placed in the chimney with a worm gear to convert torque and speed can be used to power the spit.
Electric scythes are becoming commonplace. The skewer can be either a mechanical grilling device or a restaurant specializing in meat skewer.
The word comes from French and was first found in shops in Paris around 1450. The spit is also responsible for all spit-roasted, grilled bakers and, in some cases, fried foods in restaurants using Escoffier Jan’s culinary team.
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What is a Grill?
Grilling is a method of cooking that uses dry heat on the surface of food, usually from the top, bottom or side. The grill usually includes a significant amount of direct radiant heat and is often used to quickly cook meats and vegetables.
Cooking food is grilled using a cast iron cast iron skillet (similar to a frying pan, but with raised protrusions to mimic the wire of an open grill). When using a grill, heat is transferred to the food mainly by radiant heat.
Heat transfer by direct drive when using a grill or grate. In the United States, when the grill’s heat source is on top, grilling is called grilling. In this case, the pan containing the food is called a grill pan, and the heat transfer occurs through radiant heat.
Fried meat acquires its characteristic roasted aroma and taste through a chemical process known as the Maillard reaction. The Maillard reaction is only possible at food temperatures above 155°C (310°F).
Studies have shown that the production of heterocyclic amines, benzopyrene and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which are carcinogenic, can result in high temperature cooking of beef, pork, chicken and fish.
Production of these chemicals can be reduced through margination. Grilling is often a healthy alternative to oils when fat and liquids can be added to drier foods. Grilling is often an alternative to oils.
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Main differences between grilling and grilling
- le – baking and barbecue.
- Rotisserie is wet heat and grill is dry heat.
- The skewer was introduced in 1450 and the grill in the 17th century.
- The skewer is cooked over an open fire, while the grill is made with raised combs to mimic the wire of an open grill.
- The skewer is made for all meat and the grill is made from above and below.
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