Old-Fashioned Skillet Country Ham Steak Recipe

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Old-Fashioned Skillet Country Ham Steak Recipe

When you’re looking for something for dinner and you have to make it quick – look no further than this dish.  Kids absolutely love it too – so you don’t have to worry about picky eaters.  I grew up with eating this for dinner and I still love it. Once you try this lip-licking Old-Fashioned Country Ham Steak recipe, it will be one of your dishes that your children will never forget.

“I believe everything is energy.  I believe that the meal you serve yourself, you prepare, is energy.  And if you serve it to your family, it’s your gift of energy to them.” – Maya Angelou 

1) You can use Prepared mustard instead of Dijon.
2) It’s great paired with green beans and mashed potatoes.

Here’s the super-simple Old-Fashioned Country Ham Steak Recipe: 

Old-Fashioned Country Ham Steak

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: Easy
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  1. Melt butter in skillet and add ham, cooking until brown on both sides approximately 3-4 minutes each side.
  2. Remove ham steak from pan and keep warm.
  3. Add remaining ingredients; water, Dijon mustard, brown sugar and paprika to the pan and cook until sugar is dissolved, approximately five minutes.
  4. Place ham steak back in the skillet and cook approximately five more minutes with caramelized glaze.
  5. Serve hot and expect rave reviews!

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Old-Fashioned Skillet Country Ham Steak Recipe



Just tried it! Awesome recipe! I didn’t have Dijon mustard so I swapped for honey mustard and added hot sauce. Yum!


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