Place the dry ham steak in the skillet and fry for 5 to 6 minutes on one side.
Turn the ham steak over and cook for another 5 to 6 minutes.
Check the internal temperature of the meat. As long as it is 160 degrees Fahrenheit, the ham steak is ready to eat. If the temperature is any lower, continue to cook it for a few more minutes, but do not overcook it.
*I recommend uncured pasture raised ham steaks.
Keywords: ham steak, cast iron cooking, pork recipes, uncured ham steak recipe, uncured ham steak
This sous vide country style pork ribs recipe is easy to make, but do take the time to pre-plan the meal because these ribs cook for 20 hours at 145 degrees Fahrenheit. The final step of caramelizing the BBQ sauce adds the perfect touch to these fork tender sous vide ribs.
Nothing compares to the tender, spicy taste of BBQ oven ribs. Falling Off The Bone Ribs Are Easy To Make Beef ribs are easy to make if you know how. The trick is to cook the ribs long enough that the meat is falling off the bones.
This sous vide pork chops recipe is made with spices you might not think about using when it comes to pork – cacao powder, cinnamon, chipotle, cumin and of course garlic. The spices blend beautifully – and what you end up with is a very delicious, uniquely spiced pork chop that will keep everyone guessing…
This pork chops recipe is a great way to use things you raise or grow in your cooking. If you are like me, you love coming up with new recipes using ingredients you have on hand. Nothing is more satisfying to me than growing and raising my own food.