Ham Steak in Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze

This is one of my favorite quick ways to prepare ham steak.  It’s fast, easy and delicious.  Don’t overcook your ham steak, you just want to heat it through, so it stays juicy.  We especially like ham steaks from Fricks, a company in Missouri whose products are sold in our groceries here, I buy them whenever they are on sale.                       

Ham Steak in Brown Sugar Mustard Glaze
  12       ounces  ham steak
  1         tablespoon  brown sugar
  1         tablespoon  Dijon mustard

Warm the ham steaks in their own juice in a large skillet for 5 minutes over medium heat.
Combine the brown sugar and mustard.
Drain any remaining juices, spread the brown sugar-mustard mixture over both sides of the warm ham.
Return to the skillet and brown on both sides 2-3 minutes; don't let it dry out.

2 Servings


  1. Wow, that's the very definition of simple. We'll have to try this. Love ham steaks. Dang, now I'm hungry.

  2. It makes for very good leftovers also. The flavor is great in bean soup or scalloped potatoes.

  3. I'll have to try this. I usually just baste both sides with French's yellow mustard before putting a ham steak on the grill. I also have a marinade I use sometimes, but the mustard is so easy. I used to mix pineapple juice and brown sugar to baste the ham, then grill the pineapple slices too.


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