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If you have leftovers, you can easily store ham in the refrigerator for up to a week. However, if you have a lot, or even a whole cooked or smoked ham left untouched, youcan keep it in the freezer for longer storage. ... 2 Place your sliced or cut-up ham into airtight freezer bags.
Can you freeze a cooked ham?Experts recommend freezing uncooked, uncured and fresh ham for 6 months or less. If the ham has already been cooked, it should be frozen for 2 months or less. If you plan on freezing a ham for more than a couple of months, you should buy it uncooked, put it in the freezer and then thaw it when you are ready to cook it.Can You Freeze Ham - Dereezedereeze.com/food-and-cooking/can-you-freeze-ham/Search for: Can you freeze a cooked ham?
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Posted on Nov 25, 2017
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You could heat it on low power in the microwave at about 50% power for about 10 minutes, let it sit for a few minutes, check the temp around the bone, and do it again for another 2 minutes at a time until it gets to whatever temp you prefer. If you do use the roaster, put a cup of water in the pan, cover the ham, and heat at about 300 for about 30 minutes. If you want a little variety, instead of water you could pour a cup of Coke or pineapple juice over the ham, then cover and heat as noted above.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Cooking with metal probe not
Unfortunately when the metal probe was inserted in the ham it caused the magnetron to arc to the probe causing it to short out, but usually the thermal fuse will open and shut the system down preventing damage. It usually takes 30 to 60 minutes for the fuse to reset and allow the microwave to run, try heating water! if you are lucky the oven is unharmed. But if there no change the magnetron will need to be replaced which probably would not be cost effective, cheaper to buy new unit.
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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Yes It can be, the textures will keep on changing the more you do it.
It is preferable that you divide any cooked or uncooked food to the portions that can be consumed in one time, before freezing, this will maintain a better taste and texture.
Posted on Feb 03, 2015
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