So we’ve been in our preps for over a month. Been staying out of the stores as much as possible since the end of February. So starting to deal with food fatigue. Anybody got any good spam recipes? Lol thanks
|Recipe created by Jenn's Food Journey, inspired by Johanna W.|
4-6 slices of Spam (you can cut them however thick or thin you want them)
1/4 cup panko bread crumbs
1 Tablespoon plain or seasoned bread crumbs
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon Italian herb seasoning (you can just use basil if you don't have this)
1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
3 Tablespoons of your favorite pasta sauce (you can use more if you want)
shredded mozzarella cheese (you be the judge on how much goes on top of each piece)
Bring a pot of water to boil. Drop the pieces of Spam into the water, reduce the heat, and let it simmer for 3 minutes. Remove from heat and let the meat sit in the water for another 3-5 minutes.
In a shallow dish, mix together panko, bread crumbs, pepper, salt, and Italian seasoning. Remove the meat from the water and put it directly into the panko mixture. Coat each piece with the mixture, pressing into the meat.
Preheat the broiler of the oven. In a skillet, over medium heat, add the olive oil and heat until shimmering. Carefully place the Spam pieces in the oil and quickly fry (about 2 minutes on each side). Remove from skillet and place on a wire rack inside a baking sheet. Top with sauce and cheese and place under the broiler. Broil until cheese is melted and bubbly. Enjoy!
Oooh that sounds really tasty!Spam Salad Sandwich Spread
12 ounces grated spam
2/3 cup Miracle whip
1/4 cup sweet relish
1 tablespoon dried chopped onion
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
Mix and refrigerate 1 hour to allow the onion to soften. Bolonge also works well. Regular mayo can be used but not as tangy.
The fish is extremely salty too and just about impossible to wash out the salt. It will be messy. The spam is very good for dogs and cheaper than the fish. Spam is too salty for people who have high blood pressure. I like to wash it out under hot water in a strainer. Comes out real nice. Then can fry. For pets i suggested mixing the spam with rice. You could do it with the fish too i guess, but spam is cheaper and goes further.Ewww! LOL! Spam is one thing I have zero of in my pantry! But I think it’s the high salt content that’s the problem. Someone has mentioned washing the salt out in order to use it for dog food (really, guys, do your dog and your wallet a favor and buy canned jack mackerel instead). You could wash part of the salt out for human use, too, and maybe it would be a little more palatable.
The low sodium Spam actually does have a much lower salt content, it's not just advertisement. And I probably shouldn't even say that, it will make it that much harder for me to find.Ewww! LOL! Spam is one thing I have zero of in my pantry! But I think it’s the high salt content that’s the problem. Someone has mentioned washing the salt out in order to use it for dog food (really, guys, do your dog and your wallet a favor and buy canned jack mackerel instead). You could wash part of the salt out for human use, too, and maybe it would be a little more palatable.
Canned fish bones crumble, so that’s not an issue. We eat the jack mackerel ourselves, and it’s really not very salty. I have to admit that I got my jack mackerel supply at a Grocery Outlet store, for the most part, and didn’t pay much more than a dollar a can for any of it. (I have quite a bit on hand.). But I do think fish has a higher nutritional value than Spam.The low sodium Spam actually does have a much lower salt content, it's not just advertisement. And I probably shouldn't even say that, it will make it that much harder for me to find.
Unless you've got the time to go thru the entire can and fish out all the bones, it's not a good idea to feed jack mackerel to a dog. Some of those bones are razor sharp and could do serious damage to a dogs intestines. And mackerel is more expensive than Spam here.
An Uncle used to work at a Hormels plant in southern MN. The one thing he refused to eat was corned beef But he was generally down on processed meatBrad and Greg tour a Hormel Plant in 1964.