3- 1/2 Lb. Pkgs.
Country ham and biscuits are delicious any time of the day. We've taken our Country Ham and cut each slice perfectly to fit on a fresh, hot biscuit.
1.5 lbs. (3- 8 oz. packages)
Place small amount of either shortening, bacon drippings or rendered ham fat in a pre-heated (medium heat) electric or heavy skillet at 350 degrees. Add the steaks and cook slowly, turning 3 or 4 times until slightly browned, about 3-4 minutes.
Pre-heat electric skillet at 350 degrees or use a heavyt skillet over medium heat. Cover bottom of skillet with water, add 1 tablespoon honey and mix throughly. Place steaks in skillet and cook slowly, turning 2 or 3 times for 2 to 3 minutes or until slightly browned.
Use frying method #1: After taking out the ham steaks, add a little water or coffee to the skillet drippings and simmer about 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Spoon gravy over ham, hot biscuits or grits.
Slices can be cooked in package after puncturing 2 to 3 times with a fork or cut 1/2 inch slit in top of package. Microwave on high for 2 min. 15 seconds. Turn package once during cooking. To reheat, cover with clear plastic wrap. Heat 45 seconds on medium setting. Drain excess grease before serving.
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|I've had these Biscuit slices many times and have never been disappointed. You cannot find anything better here in Colorado.|
|- Mark Pinnegar, CO|
|These are superb - flavor is the best I have ever had. As an aside, to my surprise, microwaving preserves the flavor perfectly. I have no association with Broadbents.|
|- R Garrett, TN|
|Couple years back i ordered what i thought was ham slices cured without nitrites and nitrates, but when it arrived the label said it was cured containing them. They were of average taste but i could have gotten that at my local grocery without the shipping charge.|
|- Daniel Bryan, IN|
|Too fatty for us||4/7/2017|
|These biscuit slices are full of fat. Ive ordered them several times, in case I just got a bad batch, and every package has been very fatty. So they require a great deal of trimming for a leaner, healthier option. So, I dont gain the convenience of having biscuit-sized slices. Its better and faster to buy the larger ham slices and trim/cut them.|
|Great for biscuits!||5/5/2016|
|Ordered 6 packs of these for myself and a friend in Montana last week. Have had a whole ham before and thought Id try the biscuit slices. You cant buy country ham in Montana or Wisconsin, so it was a real treat. Only problem is that Ive eaten it already! Time for more. Best country ham Ive ever had.|
|- Eric, WI|