Easy Skillet-Glazed Ham Steak–Printable Version

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Easy Skillet-Glazed Ham Steak

Ingredients:

-3 Tbs. butter/margarine

-1 (1-lb.) center-cut ham steak

-1 (8-oz.) can pineapple rings, undrained

-2 Tbs. apricot (or apple) jelly

-1/2 Tbs. spicy mustard

Directions:

Begin by melting butter/margarine in a deep skillet over medium heat. Slice ham steak into desired number of pieces and lay flat in skillet.

Into a small saucepan, drain the juice from can of pineapple slices (reserve the actual pineapple rings). To the juice, add jelly and spicy mustard. Stir the three ingredients over medium heat until smooth (this may take a few minutes).

Meanwhile, turn the buttered ham steaks as needed. Once the glaze is smooth, lay the actual pineapple slices down in the pan with the ham and pour the contents of the saucepan over the steaks and pineapple. Keep skillet heat at medium. Turn often and allow to simmer for several minutes, or until ham begins to have a golden tint to it.

Serve ham steaks immediately topped with the pineapple rings. Spoon additional glaze over ham if desired.

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  1. Cheap Recipe: Easy Skillet-Glazed Ham Steak « The Red Kitchen Project - October 20, 2009

    […] Cheap Recipe: Easy Skillet-Glazed Ham Steak 2009 October 20 tags: Budget, cheap, Easy, Ham, Homemade, Pineapple, Quick Dinner, recipes, Skillet, Steaks by Gracie For a printable version of this recipe and complete ingredients listing, click here.    […]

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