Savory Broiled Leftover Sliced Ham
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2slices of sliced ham--not steaks
somechunky applesauce (i prefer musselman's)
·ground ginger (from spice jar)
·ground cloves (from spice jar)
·ground cinnamon (from spice jar)
How to Make Savory Broiled Leftover Sliced Ham
- Turn oven to Broil, or Convection Broil.
- Put a piece of foil, large enough to place your ham on, onto a baking pan/sheet. Turn up the edges a bit so juices will stay in foil.
- Place the 2 slices of ham, together, one on top of the other, onto the foil.
- Pour a glob of Chunky Applesauce onto the top ham slice. Spread it around, leaving close to an inch around the edges without applesauce.
- Sprinkle ginger back and forth across the applesauce. (Ok if it goes over the plain ham part.)
- LIGHTLY sprinkle some ground cloves over the applesauce.
- Sprinkle some cinnamon over the applesauce. I like this sprinkled somewhat lightly. [You can always adjust the spices to your each person's taste.]
- Place it under the broiler. Cook until the edges look sizzly and edge is just browning as it curls up a bit.
I had rack fairly low in the oven, just because it was already there and I didn't feel like moving it. It only takes a few to five or so minutes... I didn't time it, sorry. Just looked every once in a while. If you have rack closer to broiler, you might have to watch it more closely.
- When plating, pour the juices from the foil, spreading around onto the top of the ham stack.
- This goes well with whatever sides you like, potatoes, sweet potatoes, rice, &/or your choice of veggies, etc.
- THIS MAKES A SERVING FOR ONE> MAKE AS MANY SERVINGS AS YOU LIKE, just adjust size of foil, and 'share' the juices among the servings. I used leftover ham that had been fully sliced for sandwiches.