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Mrs. Jenkins' Crunchy Ham Slice

Mrs. Jenkins' Crunchy Ham Slice created by True Texas

This recipe belongs to Mrs. Saralu C. Jenkins, the home ec teacher at Clarkston H.S., in Clarkston, Georgia. I found this recipe in a 1966 cookbook entitled: Our Favorite Meats: Favorites From Home Economics Teachers". This is posted as part of our vintage-cookbook thread!

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  • Preheat oven to 375F.
  • Place ham steak in a shallow baking dish or pan, then spread the peanut butter evenly over the meat.
  • Mix remaining 3 ingredients together until well blended, then spread over peanut butter.
  • Bake in preheated oven for 25 minutes.
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"This recipe belongs to Mrs. Saralu C. Jenkins, the home ec teacher at Clarkston H.S., in Clarkston, Georgia. I found this recipe in a 1966 cookbook entitled: Our Favorite Meats: Favorites From Home Economics Teachers". This is posted as part of our vintage-cookbook thread!"
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  1. Vicki in AZ
    ok, but that's about it.
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  2. True Texas
    Mrs. Jenkins' Crunchy Ham Slice Created by True Texas
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  3. True Texas
    This was quite different for a way to serve ham. It's not too bad, but I have to say I probably won't make this again, or if I do I may make some adjustments on it. Maybe mix it all the ingredients together and cut down on the amount of peanut butter. It just seemed like the peanut butter was too thick in places.
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  4. IHeartDogs
    This was very different and good! I like peanut butter and bacon sandwiches so I figured the peanut butter with ham would be good too and it was. I used a much smaller steak so I had to adjust the measurements and think I may have had a little too much for the size steak I used, as it seemed pretty thick. I also used creamy peanut butter and just didnt have the crunch but had the flavor. Regarding the vinegar I wasnt sure what kind to use so I opted for balsamic. I will make this again and use less of everything. Very tasty and different from your typical ham glazes. Thanks Lennie!
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  5. jmelyn
    Interesting taste to this! I would never have thought of spreading peanut butter on ham, but hey...I liked the glaze of brown sugar, etc, very much. Anyway, I tried this as it sounded interesring and easy, and I had all the ingredients on hand. A unique way to bake ham! :)
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