1 Fast & Easy Ham Steak Maple Glaze

Life has thrown me a curve ball and I am finding myself feeling overwhelmed!  I am sure that you have felt that same feeling.  What to cook?  A seemingly simple question, right?  I needed something fast, simple and easy.

This maple glaze fits the bill. It is fast, easy, and adds a great flavor to an otherwise ordinary piece of ham that easily makes a great meal.

Maple syrup, apple cider vinegar and Dijon mustard are the only ingredients you need.

Give it a stir and get your ham steak ready.

Brown your ham steak in a non stick skillet on both sides to release any excess moisture.  Cured ham has a higher water content.

Begin brushing the maple glaze onto your ham steak over medium heat, turning often ...

... until the steak is warmed through and the glaze has thickened.

I paired these steaks with some 10 minute pressure cooked roasted red potatoes; perfect for a quick meal! The combination of salty and sweet was a perfect balance and a hit with my family!

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Ham Steak with Maple Glaze
From AngelaTN on Food.com

1 lb. ham steak
¼ c. maple syrup
1 T. apple cider vinegar
1 T. Dijon mustard

Mix syrup, vinegar and mustard together in a small bowl.  Brown the steak on both sides over med-high heat in a non stick skillet to cook out excess moisture.  Brush one side of ham steak with mixture and place glazed side down over medium heat.  Brush top of ham steak.
Cook over medium heat, turning often, till cooked through and glaze has thickened. 

1 comment:

  1. Julie ArslanianFebruary 14, 2013

    You AMAZE Me Frieda!!! I'm SO Lucky to have you for my friend <3 I'll have to make this sometime. I'm trying a new crockpot recipe for tonight - Sausage Cheese Tortellini. It was SUPER Easy to make and Smells Great! We'll be eating it in about 1/2 hour. Sure wish I'd made some of your FAMOUS & Most Delicious Rolls to go with it ;-) HUGS!


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