How long to heat a 4 lb fully cooked ham?
15 minutes per pound, so one hour at 325 deg F
If the ham is fully cooked, there is no need to cook it any further. You could serve it just as it is...even cold. You may wish to heat the ham before serving it, but that shouldn't take very long in the oven, maybe an hour at 350 degrees. The crock pot could take a lot longer and would over-cook the ham.
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Since the ham is already fully cooked, you only need to heat it up to the desired temperature which takes about ten minutes per pound. Oven at 350 degrees. 160 degrees is the serving temperature for ham served on a plate. Sandwich slices of ham, spiral sliced hams for example, are good hot or cold, so you can knock that cooking time down to 5-7 minutes per pound for ham sammies.
All you're really trying to do is to heat the ham through so time will depend alot on how much ham you want to heat up. For a small ham, figure 1 1/2 hrs @ 375 along with the potatoes. The larger the ham the longer the time but put the potatoes in 90 minutes before taking the ham out. Let the ham "rest" for 20 minutes after removing it from the oven. And keep…
It is not necessary to cook a pre-cooked ham. A pre-cooked ham is good at room temperature, so you can leave it set out for an hour before serving. However, if you do decide to heat up your pre-cooked ham, just make sure you wrap it in tin foil, and watch it closely because you don't want your ham to dry out.
How long do I cook a precooked ham? It is 15 lbs. A precooked ham does not have to be cooked, but will taste better if you heat it thoroughly to an internal temperature of 140°F (60°C) or so. Place the ham in a 325°F oven (163°C). It will take 12 to 15 minutes per pound for a whole or boneless ham and 18 to 20 minutes per pound for a half ham.