BBQ Honey Glazed Ham Steaks

"Nice change from steak & hamburgers. I love this served with scalloped potatoes and corn on the cob. To cut back on the sweetness & calories use prepared Honet Mustard in place of the honey & mustard. I used apprx 1/3 cup"
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  • Remove the rind from the ham and slash the edges at 2" intervals.
  • Mix together the remaining ingredients for the glaze.
  • BBQ about 6" from heat source, medium-high heat cook on both sides for about 3 minutes each side before basting with glaze Turn frequently basting each time with the glaze total cooking time appr 10-12 minutes.
  • Watch that the steak does not burn.
  • Decorate with the glazed cherries and serve.

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  1. Jan in Lanark
    This was very good. I had a small honey ham that I didn't feel like baking, so I sliced it into 3/4 inch steaks. Used dijon for the mustard and balsamic for the vinegar. Also added a bit of maple syrup to the glaze- just watch them carefully!
  2. Peter J
    Yum! A really tasty and quick glaze that was great over some packaged ham steaks.
  3. Debbb
    Really nice flavour - super simple recipe!
  4. whtbxrmom
    This was so simple to make. I used 1 pack of take out hot mustard because that is what I had on hand. It worked out perfectly! This recipe made enough for 2 good size ham steaks.
  5. Tee Lee
    This is really good, and my BF and I don't really care for ham that much. I used a little less honey and doubled the mustard. For vinegar, I used balsamic vinegar. This is our new main dish for alongside Recipe #212026.


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