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What temp and how long to cook a 10 lb ham in a turkey frier?

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12-17 minutes per pound at 375 is recommended for an oven. I'm not sure of the difference between the frier and oven. Most prepared hams are fully cooked or smoked. Here's a link to check other info on cooking hams.

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