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Country Ham Steaks with Raisin and Cranberry Sauce
country ham steaks, 1-inch thick
How to Make Country Ham Steaks with Raisin and Cranberry Sauce
1Using a sharp knife, make several cuts within fat edges of ham at intervals of about 2 inches; insert 2 or 3 cloves into fat.
2Mix brown sugar, cornstarch, and cranberry juice until smooth; pour mixture into saucepan. Add orange juice and raisins to mixture. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly until the mixture thickens.
3Remove from heat; cover and set aside. Place both steaks on broiler away from hottest section; cook approximately 15 minutes. Turn and brush liberally with glaze.
4Cook additional 10 minutes. Turn again; brush other side with glaze.
5Continue cooking until ham edges are browned; serve immediately.
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