Country Ham

Breakfast Steaks

6-10 Oz. Pkgs.


Country Ham<p>Breakfast Steaks</p> <p>6-10 Oz. Pkgs.
Item Number: 756
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Broadbent Country Ham Breakfast Steaks

What a way to start your day! These thin, lean strips of Country Ham will smell wonderful cooking in the kitchen. Packages of boneless steaks, 10oz. each. Vacuumed sealed & freezes beautifully.

4-6 servings per 10 oz. package.

COOKING INSTRUCTIONS:

FRYING:
#1 Method:
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.

#2 Method:
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.

RED-EYE GRAVY:
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.

TO MICROWAVE:
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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Hostess Gift??? 3/13/2021
These cut breakfast steaks are so delicious that I take one of the packages along to dinner parties as a hostess gift to my friends who appreciate the best in country ham. Everybody else thinks of flowers and Wine, but you should see their faces when they get Broadbent Breakfast Country Ham Steaks! Oh yes...they ask me back and who cares if itís because of the great gift or my presence! Maybe both?
- Deborah Rucker, NC