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What can you do with this Spam food product? Does anyone have any recipes using

  1. smiileyfacexo profile image80
    smiileyfacexoposted 6 years ago

    What can you do with this Spam food product? Does anyone have any recipes using Spam?


  2. pedrn44 profile image93
    pedrn44posted 6 years ago

    Gather all your camping stuff. Pitch a tent. Either start your coleman grill or perhaps a fire in the pit with a grate over it. Slice up your Spam and put it in a frying pan coated with Pam Cooking Spray. Cook a couple of eggs, maybe some hashbrowns and Voila! The perfect outdoor breakfast:) The only way I eat Spam!

  3. Huntgoddess profile image77
    Huntgoddessposted 6 years ago

    Spam is great stuff. What can you NOT do with it?

    Slice it and fry it like bacon, and have with eggs and potatoes. Or, just slice it and put it on bread with cheese, and grill it --- or don't grill it, just use it in a sandwich.

    It's economical and delicious. I like to have it around because it's non-perishable as long as the can is unopened. It's a good backup.

  4. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    My husband loves this stuff.  But when he opens a can, I swear it smells like dog food to me.  He just slices it to make sandwiches - and he never has to worry about me taking any of his SPAM!!

  5. Austinstar profile image88
    Austinstarposted 6 years ago

    Recipes using that delicious canned meat called Spam. I'm Looking for Spam musubi recipe. I think it is the state breakfast food in Hawaii. I used to eat it every day. I am also presenting some amazing spam recipes that I have enjoyed and even created. read more

  6. Barnsey profile image80
    Barnseyposted 6 years ago

    Spam! Wow! There was a time my mother was so poor we had to eat a lot of spam. I invented this dish in an effort to ignore the fact that there was yet more spam on my plate.
    Cut into cubes and then lightly seared on a medium heat frying pan, very quickly no need to cook them!
    You will toss them into a mixture of white rice, carrots and peas! Make sure you don't let the rice get dry! Add salt and pepper!
    Then the penultimate final ingredient that made it all tolerable, hot sauce! Love the Crystal, the Louisianna, the habanera - Whatever, add your favorite, hey, now that I think of it a good hot mustard sauce would be perfect! Rock it dadio!

  7. MickS profile image72
    MickSposted 6 years ago

    Coat thick slices and deep fry then serve with fried eggs or chips.
    Cut into 1inch cubes and put in a vegetagle stew forthe last 5 mins of cooking.
    Thin sices in a pastry case with eggs for a spam n egg pie.
    Thin slices in a savoury flan with whipped eggs and milk for a quiche.

  8. cloverleaffarm profile image64
    cloverleaffarmposted 6 years ago

    My favorite is Spam and eggs. We ate it a lot when growing up.

  9. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 6 years ago

    Minced ham and spiced ham disappeared in the early 1930s, but spiced ham came back in a different form to be enjoyed by millions. Popular on the black market in Korea during WWII, it is still a big seller there, but Hawaii is the number one consumer of for this treat. the even hold a Spam Festival. read more

  10. Judi Bee profile image97
    Judi Beeposted 6 years ago

    I think that Monty Python covered this question quite comprehensively - the Spam Song should tell you all you need to know!

  11. pjmartin profile image71
    pjmartinposted 6 years ago

    Looking for a quick, cheap, and tasty meal? Let SPAM come to the rescue! read more