Dad's Easter Breakfast Ham Bake


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My dad cooked once a year, Easter Sunday. Even after we kids were married, and out of the house, we all came to Mom & Dads house for Easter brunch. There were eggs, sunny side up; bacon, sausage, toast, muffins, Mom's banana bread, and Dad's baked ham, the recipe I am imparting to you now!

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Time needed

varies min preparation + varies min cooking

Serving Size / Yield

4 servings


  • 1 ham steak, whichever one you prefer
  • milk; enough to cover ham
  • brown sugar, to taste
  • mustard, to taste

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Shake the ingredients in a plastic container with a tight lid and pour over the ham steak. This is not a marinade; since the ham is already cooked it doesn't really permeate the ham--- it's more of a garnish. Bake in a 325 oven for about 30 minutes.

Note, the shallower the pan, the quicker it cooks, use common sense, have fun, and you can't really go wrong with this recipe. I make a single serving of this for myself in the toaster oven, and I've made four pans of it for a brunch for two dozen people.

Note: You can add lemon or orange zest, cinnamon, hot sauce, whatever you prefer. I suggest using fruit zests in lieu of juice, since juice changes the dynamics of the milk separation, which is key. 

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