Looking for a fast and simple lunch that’s also flavorful? This delicious meal just takes 15 minutes to create and is guaranteed to impress.
Old-Fashioned Skillet Country Ham Steak
The blend of spices in this recipe gives this delectable meal a taste that the whole family will enjoy. This simple recipe, made with butter, Dijon mustard, brown sugar, and paprika, is packed with flavor in every mouthful.
Ham Steak with Brown Sugar Glaze
This quick ham steak supper dish with a wonderful brown sugar glaze is sure to become a family favorite. It also takes just 15 minutes to cook, making it great for a hectic weekday. Plus, this dish provides a full breakfast to get your day started correctly.
Easy Grilled Ham Steak with Brown Sugar Horseradish
Grilled ham steak is absolutely as good as it sounds! This dish requires just four basic ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to create. This basted ham steak is quick to prepare and full of smokey flavor no matter what time of day it is.
Pineapple Ham Steak
Because pineapple and ham mix so well together, it’s no wonder that this dish is a fan favorite. This sweet ham steak dish is ready to serve in only 20 minutes. Feeding a large group? This fast and easy meal is sure to satisfy!
Oven Baked Ham Steak
The brown sugar glaze gives this oven-baked dish a crunchy crust. The sweet tastes balance out the saltiness of the ham steak, creating a nicely balanced entrée.
Ham Steak with Honey Mustard Glaze
This ham steak dish is finger-lickin’ excellent with a honey mustard and brown sugar combination.
Southern Cola Ham Steak
Do you want roast ham but don’t want to cook the whole thing? Make a juicy, aromatic ham steak with a sweet and tasty glaze in 20 minutes.
BBQ Ham Steaks
This barbeque recipe for mouthwatering ham steaks loaded with flavor will give you that true smoky taste.
Glazed Ham Steaks Recipe
Ham steak is a versatile meal option that is tasty and easy to make. Here are 9 of the best recipes we found to help you enjoy ham steak in the comfort of your own home!
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Combine the sugar, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire sauce, apple cider vinegar, garlic powder, and cloves in a small bowl. Place aside.
Slice the ham steaks into thin slices.
Melt butter in a skillet over medium heat and swirl to cover the whole pan. Cook the ham steaks for 3 to 5 minutes each side, or until lightly browned.
Half of the glaze mixture should be poured over the ham steaks before flipping. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes before flipping and adding the remaining mixture. Cook for 1 to 2 minutes more, or until the glaze thickens and gets sticky. Plate and serve right away.
Do you rinse ham steak before cooking?
Our ham steaks will be ready in 24 hours, but you may leave them overnight. Finally, rinse the ham to eliminate excess salt before cooking it as desired. We suggest grilling or roasting at 350°F until a thermometer put into the thickest area registers 145°F.
How do you heat up a ham steak without drying it out?
In a pan over medium-high heat, add a couple slices at a time. To prevent the meat from drying out, add up to 12 cup of chicken stock or a couple of teaspoons of butter or oil. Reheat the ham until the desired texture and flavor is achieved.
Why is my ham steak so tough?
When both sides of the ham steak are gently browned and warmed through, it is done. What makes ham steak so tough? When ham steak is overcooked, it turns tough. Overcooking will result in tough ham steak.
What do you eat with ham steak?
What Should You Serve With Ham Steaks?
Potatoes au gratin.
Green Beans with Garlic Butter.
Brussels sprouts fried in the air.
Mashed Potatoes with Cream.
Glazed with Bourbon Ham.
Should I put anything on my ham before cooking?
Because most hams available in supermarkets are already smoked and completely cooked, they only need to be heated before eating. If you truly want to dazzle your guests with more taste and texture, apply a glaze.
How do you know when a ham steak is done?
According to the USDA, “set oven temperature to 325°F.” Before removing meat from the heat source, cook all raw fresh ham and ready-to-eat ham to a minimum internal temperature of 145°F as tested using a food thermometer.
Are ham steaks fully cooked?
Thick cut steak or ham steak. Cook’s Bone-In Ham Steaks are completely cooked and ready to eat, or you may heat them according to the instructions below.
How do you add moisture to dry ham?
Rather of pre-bathing or basting the ham, add a half cup of stock, wine, or water to the bottom of the pan while it’s cooking to infuse moisture into the meat throughout the baking process.
How do you know when ham steak is done without a thermometer?
If you don’t have a meat thermometer, you must do three visual tests. Using a fork or skewer, pierce the thickest section of the flesh and ensure that: The juices are very clear. It’s scorching hot all the way through (it should be).
Is ham steak the same as ham?
A ham steak is just a slice of ham taken from a complete ham roast. While a complete ham costs less per pound than a ham steak, we seldom use an entire ham, thus purchasing the smaller steak cut is more cost-effective for us.