Ham steaks with Figgy Piggy Glaze

Monica Keleher


I made this glaze for out ham last year for Easter, I saw it on foodnetwork made by Claire Robinson, and we loved it! I used a whole grain dijon this time and I made my own fig jam and it was even better! The boys devoured it! So if you don't want to make an entire ham you can use it on a ham steak and it was yummolicious! Hope you love it as much as we did!



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2 pkg
fully cooked ham steaks
1/4 c
fig jam (i have a recipe for this on jap)
1 Tbsp
whole grain dijon mustard
1 Tbsp
apple cider vinegar (i didn't really measure i poured in a little at a time until i liked the taste)
pinch of brown sugar
nip of bourbon
little lemon or water to loosen it up a bit

How to Make Ham steaks with Figgy Piggy Glaze


  • 1add ingredients (other than ham steaks) in a sauce pan on low heat until well blended. Taste and adjust the flavors to your liking.
  • 2Heat some unsalted butter in a cast iron pan. Place the ham steaks in the hot pan. Cook on one side till a nice crust is formed. Flip and smear with the glaze. Cook on the other side and flip. Smear that side with the glaze and place the pan in a 375 degree oven.
  • 3This dish was so easy and my oldest boy just told me best ham ever! He really loves ham! lol I served this with candied carrots, and roasted garlic mashed potatoes. So good!

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