Recipe by CLAUDINE TERLAJE
"A can of Spam, spaghetti noodles, green onions and garlic all sauteed with soy sauce and sesame oil."
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1 (8 ounce) package
1 (12 ounce) container
fully cooked luncheon meat (e.g. Spam), cubed
green onion, chopped
freshly ground black pepper
There is definitely a stigma on Spam here in Oregon. While I was preparing this recipe my friend came over and thought it smelled so good until I told her what it was. She then gave me this "You're actually going to feed that to your family?" look. Anyway, about the recipe: very good, very simple and very tasty. My 2 small children, my husband and I demolished it in one sitting. Simple recipe that uses pantry ingredients you have on hand. Good for those "It's-6oclock-and-I-don't-know-what-to-make" nights.
My family thought this was extremely greasy and heavy. If I tried it again I would use less oil with the spam. My husband is Japanese as well but he thought this was too heavy a dish. The Spam was good and the noodles were good but not together. The spa m would go great with rice.
I am a closet Spam lover and my husband loves it too. We enjoyed this. My husband wasn't sure until he tried it though. Mmmmmmmmm. I had to come back and change this to excellent because my husband keeps asking me to make it again and he rarely does that with any recipe.
This is Wonderful! I went ahead and started another pan with Oriental style Frozen Veggies and added it to the pot with the spam and noodles... Wow! It was so good - we loved it!!! I used Hickory Smoke Spam because that was all I had on hand -- YUM!! Thanks for the recipe. :)
Great recipe and awesome leftovers. I like to cook the spam so it is a little crispy and add the onion and garlic during the crisping process.
My husband loved this recipe! I didn't have seasame oil, but it still tasted great without it. Very flavorful.
Really good, especially with furikake. Kinda greasy though. I'll probably use little or no vegetable oil when sauteeing the spam next time.
This was very good with slight modifications per other reviewers suggestions. I didn't use vegetable oil to fry the spam because the spam has plenty of fat in it to fry by itself as long as you're using a non-stick skillet. I also doubled the garlic, green onion, soy sauce & sesame oil but left out the water (by accident but it was great!). The best part about this is it can be on the table within 15-20 minutes!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spam on the Go
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 346
** Calories from Fat: 174
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