I used this ham steak recipe for our Easter Dinner and it turned out great. I was worried that it was going to be too sweet, but followed the directions as stated despite my hesitance and it turned out wonderfully. I'm really glad that I didn't change anything in the recipe. This was super quick and made my family happy without having a huge amount of leftover ham like usually happens on Easter. I will definitely keep this recipe tucked away for a special treat for Sunday or holiday dinners. Thank you AngelaTN!
Great recipe. I added a pealed
Simple, easy, tastes great! I browned the ham on one side, flipped it and added the glaze and let it reduce. I served this with instant mashed potatoes and broccoli and spent about 15 min. in the kitchen. Perfect.
Really simple and so good. Thanks for sharing. Made for Cookbook Tag.
This was really good and so different. I added about 2 teaspoons of corn starch to the cold maple syrup mixture before I put it in the pan so that the sauce was a bit thicker. I also dried off the ham steak really well before putting it in the pan. We loved it.
Oh my goodness. This ham steak recipe is going to be hard to beat. Ham and syrup - a match made in heaven. Great for an easy weeknight dinner, and yes it goes perfect with mac n cheese.
We really enjoyed this ham steak. I ended up marinating the steaks overnight due to unexpected company and the flavor was great. Thanks.
We really enjoyed this! I didn't have cider vinegar, so I used white. Baked the ham at 350 for about 45 minutes. It turned out perfectly!
I made this last night and it was great, Very fast and easy! Nice to ne able to make something with just what is on hand, No special trip to the store to get an odd ingrediant.