Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
I made these tasty Ham Steaks for New Years Day along with Hoppin' John and sauteed cabbage. Easy, fast and good! For the ham,I could not find the regular large ham steak so I used two 22 oz. packages of Hillshire Farms Brown Sugar Ham Steaks, each package had 4 thick slices of bone in ham and this worked perfectly for our family. I also doubled the amount for the glaze to accomadate the additional ham.
- 1 center cut ready to eat ham steak
- 1⁄4 cup brown sugar, packed
- 2 teaspoons dry mustard
- 2 tablespoons vinegar
- Place ham in shallow pan.
- Combine mustard with brown sugar and vinegar; spread over ham.
- Broil ham under moderate heat until slightly browned; turn, baste with pan drippings and broil til lighlty browned.
Delicious, so simple, and on the table in just a few minutes! I noticed this recipe because of the mustard and brown sugar combination, but the vinegar adds that intangible something extra. What an easy way to take an economical entree to new heights. Great with mac 'n cheese or mashed potatoes and about a zillion other veggies. Thanks for sharing!
I started with a raw ham steak, so cooked that in the oven first, just added the sauce ingredients for the last 10 minutes of cooking. This was great! Definitely on my list to make again.
This recipe is truly deserving of 5 stars...quick, easy, and delicious. I followed the recipe exactly except that I baked at 350 until cooked through (I had time to kill). Thanks for an outstanding recipe, Ridgely. Will surely be making again.