Here is a recipe to kick up the old precooked smoked ham you buy at the grocery store. Instead of drying it out in the oven when heating it up put it on your smoker and apply some apple juice to keep it moist. Then at the end glaze your ham with a simple glaze made with only 5 ingredients. You will be Amazed at the results, and so will your family and friends!
1 6-10 pound fully cooked smoked ham
1/2 cup of brown sugar
1/2 cup honey
1/4 cup coke
2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard
2 tablespoons of your favorite BBQ rub
1 cup apple juice (to spray the ham while cooking
Fire up your smoker and get it somewhere between 275-310 degrees. Add a piece of wood, preferable a fruit wood like apple or cherry. Place your ham in your smoker and smoke until it reaches 125-130 degrees. Make sure to spray your ham every once in a while with some apple juice. Make sure to keep it moist, which also help the ham absorb smoke.
Next make your glaze by combining the ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Once the ham reaches 125-130 degrees start applying the glaze to the ham. Make sure to place your ham in a foil pan so you don't turn you smoker into a sticky mess once you start applying the glaze.
Continuing coking until it reaches an internal temperature of 140 degrees. Remove from smoker and all the ham it rest for few minutes. Slice and enjoy!
Watch my video below where I show you how to cook this recipe step by step.