Yield: 2 servings
Baking a Ham always provides lots of leftovers. Ham and Eggs is always the first thing that comes to mind, but, here's a sandwich, that has all the flavors of the original, including the Root Beer Glaze.
I always save any leftover glaze or sauce for later use in a sandwich, to turn into a Salad Dressing, or just to kick up another recipe.
And, talk about a quick recipe, because I cut the extra slices of ham the day I cooked it, this only took about 5 minutes from start to eat.
So, the next time you bake a Ham, like my Smoked Ham, or My Orange Glazed Ham, be sure to think about how you'll be re-purposing it as leftovers. You'll find yourself making it more often, as it's quite inexpensive.
1. Place 1 Tablespoon of the Butter into a Teflon Fry Pan along with 1/2 Tablespoon of Vegetable Oil. Turn the heat to Med. / High and wait for the butter to melt.
Place the ham slices into the pan, and cook about 5 minutes, then flip them over.
2. Cook another couple of minutes, then place right onto your bread or roll, then drizzle a little of the Root Beer Glaze on top.
3. Or, you could place them in the pan, and add some of the leftover Root Beer glaze. Heat for 2 minutes on each side the place directly on the bread.
4. Ron's Note:
If you want these to be a little Crispy, fry them for 3 - 5 minutes per side. Just be aware that the meat will dry out a bit.
If you want them nice and moist, just heat them up, about 1 minute per side. You won't get that crispy texture, but it'll be moist and tender to eat.