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You can cook a 7 lb. ham 49 minutes on 325. The rule is too cook a ham 7 minutes per pound at a fairly low temperature so it doesn't dry out.

2 hours and the temp is gas mark 7 or temp 260

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You cook a 7 pound roast at 40 minutes per pound for 4 hours and 40 minutes.

You need to at least bake it or put it on the pit (indirect heat) at 350 degrees for about 7 minutes per pound. By cooking it, the ham will be tender and all the flavors will be released .

2 hours

If it's fully cooked you can either cook it long enough to heat it up, or just eat it cold.

well, to cook a PREcooked ham you have to sit on the ham for atleast 3 days and 47 minutes although it may help if you fertilise the ham with your natural feaces, or juices (yes that includes sperm) every 15 minutes.

Just cook it like a normal turkey in the slow cooker idiot !

Bake at 350 for about 2 1/4 hours.

20 minutes a pound

well i usually cook it for ten minuteslook at all my answers on answer.com ollie mason

About 8-10

You should cook a thawed out 7 pound chicken in a rotisserie for at least 2 to 3 hours. If the chicken is frozen this will take longer.

A 7 pound rotisserie chicken should be cooked for about two hours and forty five minutes. To be safe, try cooking it for about three hours.

The sugar cured whole ham offered by Crackerbarrel, weighs between 14 and 16 pounds. The half sugar cured ham weighs between 7 and 9 pounds. The hams come already cooked. Just heat them up and serve. It has been suggested that if the ham is already cooked, it should take between 5-10 minutes per pound to warm up.

A web site I visited says thawing in refrigerator will take 4 to 5 hours per pound for a small ham, and 5 to 7 hours for a large ham. To thaw in cold water, it takes 2 to 3 hours for a small ham and 30 minutes per pound for a large ham. Cold water method doesn't make sense. Why would a large ham take less time? Should that be 30 minutes per pound for a small ham and 2-3 hours for a large ham? No, they mean 2 to 3 hours TOTAL TIME to thaw a small ham in water, and 30 minutes PER POUND to thaw a large ham.

Depends first if your cooking on low or high, if on low cook for 7 to 8 hours. If on high cook for 3 to 4 hours

The 'rule of thumb' for cooking meat is 20 minutes per pound PLUS another 20 minutes. So - in your case, you need to cook it for 2 hours 40 minutes.

Spiral sliced hams about 5 hours. Whole hams (not sliced) probably 7 hours.

At 350* heat it for 25-35 minutes, and you should be good to go :-) (about 5 minutes per pound)

It should bake for at least for an hour and a half at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. For a half of ham, from 5 to 7 pounds, allow about 20 minutes per pound.

all my cook book talk about how much it the ham weighs then you cook by time degree so if you are cooking it it can depend on what you have what recipe you use i have a recipe here apricot glazed ham 5 to 7 lbs 325degree oven 1 3/4 hour to 2 1/4 hours or till the thermometer reads 140 degrees

You should cook a 7 - 7 1/2 lb. chicken for 2 hours and 45 minutes at 350 degrees F. The internal temperature should be 165 degrees F when the chicken is done.

It's not he temperature you cook it at that's important - it's the length of time you cook it ! Meat should be cooked for 20 minutes per pound weight PLUS another 20 minutes. In your case - that's 7 hours exactly !