These Sweet Teriyaki Grilled Ham Steaks are an easy, delicious way to get that grilled ham flavor you crave. You will love the little pieces of pineapple mixed into every bite!
Sweet Teriyaki Grilled Ham Steaks
These Sweet Teriyaki Grilled Ham Steaks are perfect for if you are craving cooked ham, but don’t want to purchase a huge spiral ham. Which is also great for holidays when you are only cooking for a few people. You can make these with leftovers from a big cooked ham, or purchase actual pre sliced ham steaks, which is what we did. We got these gigantic ham steaks from Costco, they were Kirkland brand and came with three individually packaged thick ham steaks.
Easy and Delicious
The sweet teriyaki glaze is tangy and delicious and super easy to make. You will love the little pieces of pineapple mixed in to every bite. The ham steaks are pre-cooked so they grill up quickly and are ready to eat in no time. These are fantastic with our cheesy potato casserole or our Au Gratin Potatoes.
In the Mood for Ham?
In the mood for ham? There are lot of ways to get more of this classic pork meat into your meal plan.
- Restaurant Ham Fried Rice tastes just like your favorite takeout, but with simple, wholesome ingredients you already have at home.
- Ham and Bean Soup will warm your belly and your soul this fall. With hearty chunks of ham, buttery beans and more, it’s soothing and satisfying.
- Honey Baked Ham (copycat) is a classic Christmas and Easter tradition, and nobody does it better than Honey Baked Ham — except for you! This copycat is the perfect way to get home cooked flavor with the classic taste you and your guests will love.
- Ham Roll Ups with Pickle are super easy and perfect for after school snacks, appetizers or finger foods.
How To Make Sweet Teriyaki Grilled Ham Steaks
- Turn barbecue grill burners on high with the lid down to heat up.
- In a small sauce pan over medium heat, mix together the teriyaki sauce, brown sugar, and crushed pineapple. In a small bowl, mix together the cornstarch with 2 Tbsp cold water, then whisk the mixture in with your saucepan over the stove. Bring the sauce to a boil, then remove from heat when it begins to thicken.
- Place ham steaks on grill. They only need a few minutes on each side, just long enough to make nice grill marks. Glaze each side before turning with the teriyaki mixture. Remove from the grill to a serving plate and top with the remaining sauce.
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