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    Default BBQ Spam

    BBQ Spam


    Recipe Description
    For Spam lovers only! Super tasty, super easy, super cheap.
    Preparation Steps:
    Slice spam.
    Level of Difficulty:
    Easy
    Time Needed:
    7 minutes
    Ingredients:
    1/4 bottle of your favorite BBQ Sauce
    1 Can Spam
    1 Tbsp lower-sodium soy sauce, or more, to taste
    Serves:
    several sandwiches
    Directions:
    1. Combine 1/4 bottle of your favorite BBQ sauce with 1 TBSP lower-sodium soy sauce. Adjust soy sauce to taste if you like more.
    2. In a large skillet, spread BBQ mixture to cover the pan. Heat mixture over low heat for about 1 minute, until warm but not bubbly.
    3. Place slices in pan. Allow to cook for a couple minutes, then flip.
    4. Cook Spam until desired doneness.
    5. Serve with veggies on sandwiches or in a tortilla. I like mine on a sandwich with mustard, onion, and pickles.

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    This sounds interesting. I have never used bbq sauce, etc on spam. I usually just slice it and use season all and pepper. I love a fried spam sandwich with mayo, lettuce and tomato.
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    May have to give this one a try - but only if I can find cheap Spam - it's $3.39 a can here now!!
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    maui
    One time on Food Network, they had a show about Spam. They said that in Hawaii the spam consumption is very high. As a matter of fact, they stated that spam was originated in Hawaii. Is that correct?

    Either way, I really like fried spam.
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    I'm sure it didn't originate here - but we are well known for high consumption. The most favorite way to eat it is Spam Musubi. Saute sliced spam (there are special spam slicers like larger egg slicers) in a mixture of mirin, soy sauce and sugar. Then ,using a musubi maker - put in cooked rice first and top with a piece of cooked spam - push out of the maker and wrap a piece of nori (seaweed) around the whole thing. Broke da mouth - so ono (good) - really is perfect!! Wish I could make some for you.
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    We buy our Spam by the case at Sam's. (Yes, we like it that much).

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    maui
    I looked up spam on the internet and Hawaii was not mentioned for originating Spam (I guess I just made that up, but more likely I was not paying good attention to the show). But, yes, as you said, a lot of it is consumed there. Here at my house too. :-)
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