2 kilo ham, I don't think it's pre-cooked. Boneless. Would like to cook at 325F convection, covered in tinfoil until the last half hour. What's your recommended cooking time? 3 hours?
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So your ham is about 4.5 lbs? If it's a fresh ham it would need to cook longer than a cured ham. Do you have a meat thermometer? If so it is done at 170 degrees and you should take it out of the oven at 160, cover loosely with foil and let it rest for about 30 minutes. Here is a recipe for fresh ham, it's much larger but you can get an idea of cooking time for your ham http://food52.com/recipes.... I think it should take about an hour maybe a bit longer depending on your oven.
My rule of thumb is about 30 min. per pound for a ham that size, so I would expect it to be done in about 2 1/2 hours. A check with a thermometer for 160 degrees is the best way to know when you are done!
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