Spiral Ham Nutrition Facts



Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Spiral Ham.

Calories

There are 118 calories in Spiral Ham.

118

Nutrition Facts
Spiral Ham
Serving Size:

1

serving (3 oz) (85 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 39
Calories 118

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 4.3 grams

Saturated Fat 0.8 grams

Trans Fat 0 grams
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.5 grams
Monounsaturated Fat 1.6 grams

Cholesterol 54 milligrams

Sodium 830 milligrams

Potassium 293 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 0.9 grams

Dietary Fiber 0 grams

Sugars 0.9 grams
Protein 19 grams
0.7%

Vitamin A

0%

Vitamin C

0.3%

Calcium

3.9%

Iron

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Category
Food / Beverages > Bakery / Deli > Prepared & Preserved Foods > Prepared Meats, Poultry & Seafood > Cooked Meat (Perishable)

How long would it take to burn off 120 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 32 minutes
Running (6mph) 11 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 16 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

Which is better spiral ham or whole ham?

Whole hams have the advantage of being less prone to drying out when cooking, but to be honest, if you’re careful about the way you cook it, a spiral-sliced ham will be just fine. I usually opt for spiral-cut hams. Q: How do I cook a city ham? The beautiful thing about city hams is that they come precooked.

Is a spiral ham already cooked?

Spiral Sliced Hams

Your spiral sliced ham is fully cooked and can be gently heated or served chilled. To heat this ham, heat oven to 275 degrees. Remove packaging, reserving liquid. Place ham cut-side down on a large sheet of foil in a roasting pan.

Why is it called spiral ham?

Because bone-in hams are hard to cut, spiral-cut hams came about. Cut by a machine at the processing plant or a butcher, this technique slices a bone-in ham in one continuous spiral, leaving the meat on the bone in its original shape.

What cut of meat is a spiral ham?

Most spiral hams are bone-in, but some butchers may sell boneless versions, as well. Typically, butchers begin making a ham by selecting a cut of meat from the hind thigh of an adult pig.

What is the difference between a spiral ham and a regular ham?



Not only does spiral bone-in ham have a natural and preserved fresh flavor—it’s also a lot easier to cut, because of the extra work done at the butcher’s block. Even though the bone is still there, you have clear cutting lines to follow while slicing.

Why are spiral hams so expensive?

Millions of piglets fell victim to some fatal diarrhea (no, really) earlier this year causing American farmers to overfeed their surviving pigs. Now, the hind legs are too succulent to make the coveted 7-pound spiral-cut half ham. A heavier ham would taste the same, but holiday ham fascists have driven up the cost.

Which is better shank ham or spiral ham?

The shank end (or leg portion) sports that classic ham profile, so it’s a good choice for a picture-perfect table. The meat tends to be leaner and it has one long bone, which makes carving easier. The butt end (the top half of the ham) has more tender, fattier meat, lending a richer flavor.

What’s the difference between spiral ham and shank ham?

What is this? Spiral ham is carved into slices before it leaves the processing facility. The slicer moves in a spiral motion all the way down the length of the bone without actually removing the meat. The slices on the butt end are larger, while the shank slices are denser and have a pronounced pork flavor.