Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks | How to be Awesome on $20 a Day

Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steak

Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks | How to be Awesome on $20 a Day

Are you recovered from the holidays yet? I could stay home forever if they let me. I’m pretty awesome at never running out of stuff to do. There are a lot of movies to watch, people. So so many recipes to be tested. And of course, a lot of naps to be taken. 

Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks | How to be Awesome on $20 a Day

I’m not ready to let go of the holidays, and I’m definitely not ready to let go of holiday flavors. It’s crazy to make a whole ham on a Wednesday, but a ham or gammon steak is about as simple as it gets. You can scale back any ham recipe to work as a glaze on a gammon steak, and it’s extra awesome because the whole thing gets glazed, not just the outside.

This Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steak is dripping with ginger, orange, and clove in a sticky syrup. It’s all done in about 10 minutes, and it’s truly heavenly. 

Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks | How to be Awesome on $20 a Day

Don’t let go of that holiday feeling, kids. Keep the love, and the ham alive. Make Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks for dinner. Life is so good.

Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks
Serves 2
Ginger-Glazed Gammon Steaks are a perfect week night option to keep those holiday flavors going throughout the year.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. 2 gammon or ham steaks
  2. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  3. 1/4 cup orange marmalade
  4. 2 tablespoons brown sugar
  5. 1 teaspoon hot English mustard
  6. 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
  7. 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
  8. 1/4 cup ginger ale
Instructions
  1. Heat your olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Cook your gammon steaks approximately 3 minutes per side or until it turns light pink with hints of golden brown.
  2. While your gammon is cooking, mix the remaining ingredients together in a small bowl. Don't worry if the marmalade is still chunky. It will melt in the pan.
  3. When your gammon is cooked through, remove it to a plate and dispose of any fat and liquid that remains in the pan.
  4. Put the pan back on the heat and add the glaze mixture. You can crank up the heat a bit to get the mixture bubbling. Allow it to bubble until it gets sticky, then add the gammon back into the pan. Give it a minute on each side. Plate your gammon steaks and pour over any remaining glaze.
Adapted from Nigella Lawson
Adapted from Nigella Lawson
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