Friday, December 2, 2016

Ham Steaks With Maple Mustard Glaze

This is a simple Mustard Glaze that I use for Full-Size Hams, Ham Steaks and even a dipping sauce for some appetizers.

What You Will Need:
Large Baking Pan
Medium Size Bowl
Whisk or Fork
Tablespoon
Oven Mitts

Ingredients For The Glaze:
5-Tablespoons Brown Spicy Mustard
1/3-Cup Pure Maple Syrup
1/2-Teaspoon Ground Cloves
1-Tablespoon Dark Brown Sugar


Water
2 10-Ounce Pre-Cooked Ham Steaks.
1 16-Ounce [re-Cooked Ham Steak
You can use less Ham, I was serving this for a Sunday Family Dinner.

Directions:
Pre-Heat oven to 400-Degrees Fahrenheit.
Add all of the Glaze ingredients into the medium bowl.  Using a whisk or fork mix all of the ingredients until it is smooth with no lumps from brown sugar.  Set aside.



Place the Ham Steaks into the baking pan, add about a half inch of water just covering the bottom of the baking pan.  Pour the Glaze all over the top of the ham, spreading evenly with the Tablespoon.  Place the Ham into the oven and bake for about 30-40 minutes. You just want to warm them through.  Put on your Oven Mitts and remove and place on a heat-resistant surface.  Serve with what ever vegetables or sides that you like.


Any left over Glaze can be stored in a sealed container and placed in the refrigerator for a week.  This tastes great on left over ham for sandwiches.

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