Much like every other recipe, this one has many variations. Today I’m sharing one that is traditionally prepared on the island for Easter or New Year’s dinner. It’s mostly the glaze that changes, depending on the preference and creativity of the preparer; it could be glazed with apricots, peaches, plums, or pineapple and cherries, which is the most popular. You should always use sweet cloves to give it a spiced touch.
Take pleasure in this jamón con piña (ham with pineapple) recipe, the perfect combination of sweet and savory. It’s a great option for Easter.