By WiGal on November 27, 2007
Photo by ms_bold
Photo by ms_bold
"This is easy, tasty, and can be made with sugar free preserves. My DH and I love cinnamon so this glaze fits the bill. If you cannot buy a large ham steak, the thin ones work almost as well. Or you might buy a half ham and slice it into steaks at home. I have also just fried the steak on the stove, and then added the glaze to it."
Serving Size: 1 (168 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I really enjoyed this! Loved the smoky flavor from the grill. The glaze was a nice light sweetness...not overpowering at all. I'll have to share this with my DS when he is home from college! Thanks for sharing. Made for Holiday tag game."
"Pretty good! Cinnamon adds an unexpected flavour!"
"Yummy! I really liked the addition of sweetness to my ham steaks that this recipe provided. I didn't have apricot jam so I used peach, and I found that my dijon mustard was all gone, so I used spicy brown mustard, and just added a little less than called for. My ham steaks were kind of thin, I would love to try this on thicker steaks because I think it would be even more delicious than the thinner ones were. Thanks for a great recipe that will help me clean out all the ham from my freezer!"
"This is so good. I loved the addition of cinnamon in this. I have always loved to serve ham steaks and this recipe is a great one to add to the group. Thank you for sharing this with us."
"This was delicious. I've never grilled ham before and was very impressed at how easy & succesful this was. I would recommend brushing several times with the glaze so it picks up a little more of the glaze flavor. Great served with coleslaw."
"This is a really good way to make ham besides baking. The glaze had a nice flavor that was not too sweet. I think next time I will decrease the dijon to 1/2 Tbs, I am not a big mustard fan and I could taste it. Will make again though!!"
"Very nice grilled ham! The apricot/mustard combo was really good on the ham. Quick, easy tasty - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT6, Zwizzle Chicks"
"What can I say, ham on the grill with a great sauce. This can't get any better. Thanks for a great new grill recipe. Made for ZWT6 Voracious Vagabonds."
"Made as written for ZWT6 & this recipe is all the things you want a recipe to be ~ an easy-fix that is ingredient, budget & prep-friendly + darned good. I used a boneless, rolled Bayonne ham that I sliced as ham steak medallions & then pan-grilled them to apply the glaze. I was even lucky enough to be able to use preserves homemade for me by an Icelandic friend who will now get your recipe in return. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us so I could share it w/her. :-)"
"Delicious! Because of high winds I had to resort to plan B instead of grilling outdoors. I lined a pan with foil, sprayed with cooking spray, basted one side of the ham, and baked in the oven. I turned the ham and basted again at midpoint and again 10 minutes before removing from the oven. My ham was sliced about 3/4 inch thick & took around 30 minutes in the oven to glaze beautifully The glaze is sweet with a underlying tang. I served with peas and mashed potatoes. Thank you for sharing your recipe!"
"Great recipe! Ham steak is one of my favourite and your combination make it extra good. I made it on my Cuisinart Griddler because is is raining all teh time around here this summer.Thanks for posting. Rita"
"Very nice way to prepare ham steaks for a different taste. Topped ours with grilled pineapple. My steaks were less than 1 inch thick as that was all I could find without buying a whole ham and carving myself. Thanks for a nice change over our regular honey baked ham."
"This is a great way to dress up those simple ham steaks. Mine was only about 1/4 inch thick, but the glaze kept it moist and added a nice flavor. I served this with recipe #243537 and cornbread for a quick dinner."
"YUMMY. This was great on the BBQ tonight! I did use a large ham steak, but it *might* have been 1/4 in thick (couldn't find any bigger). The cinnamon was an interesting twist!"
"I'm not putting stars at this point since I over-cooked it on the grill. I certainly will try again and expect at least 4 star results (based on liking it even over-cooked)."