This was a desperation dinner that turned out to be a favorite. I was sure that my teen daughters were going to turn up their noses, but to my surprise, they loved it. Even the one who professes to dislike ham liked it. Try using the pepper jelly to glaze a spiral-sliced ham too. We like this with garlic-cheese grits and cornbread. You can cut up the ham into serving pieces prior to cooking if you prefer.
- 16 ounces fully-cooked ham steaks, 1/2-inch thick
- 10 ounces red pepper jelly
- Place the ham steak in a frying pan with the pepper jelly. Heat until the pepper jelly is liquified and the ham steak is heated through.
This is so easy and produces a lovely moist steak. I used a Jalapeno jelly and sauteed the ham in it for about 5 minutes then added a raisin sauce when I served it the combination was delicious. I love easy tasty recipes