A hearty man's ham steak. These thick cut country ham steaks are perfect for a hearty man's main entree.
1. Pre-heat skillet to 350 degrees. Trim off hard and dark outer edges of ham slices and remove rind. Do not trim fat as this adds flavor and allows the ham to fry without adding excessive shortening.
2. Place the ham slices in hot fat and cook slowly, turning frequently. The ham will be done when the fat portion around the edges is slightly brown. Do not overcook.
*For mild or less salty taste, soak the slices in milk or water for at least 30 minutes, then trim the rind and any excess fat prior to cooking.
1. Soak the slices in milk or water for at least 30 minutes, then trim the rind and any excess fat.
2. Put enough water in a heavy frying pan or electric skillet to cover the slices. Simmer slowly until the water is gone. Turn the ham on both sides to lightly brown.
1. Trim off hard or dark outer edge of ham slices and remove rind and excess fat.
2. Place ham slices in pan and add approximately 1/2" of coffee (Enough to cover 1/2 thickness of ham slices).
3. Place in pre-heated oven at 400 degrees.
4. Cook for 5 minutes on each side and remove from oven.
After taking out the ham, simply add a little water or coffee to the pan drippings and simmer about 3 minutes stirring constantly. May be served spooned over the ham, hot biscuits or grits.