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Saturday, August 1, 2009

Spam Fried Rice

Spam might be an aquired taste. But! It's cheap and it is easy to use. I have found ways to use it that are hits in my family. These recipes camouflage the spaminess. Fried rice is an easy Sunday dinner. I start the rice in my cooker just before we leave for church. I also cook the vegetables and spam before we leave. When we get home, I put the refrigerated veggies and meat in a pan, heat them up, add the still warm rice and then add the egg. It goes together in about 15 minutes; just enough time for all of the kiddos to be out of their church clothes and gathered around the table with forks in hand.
1 Tbls oil
1 chopped onion
1 minced garlic clove
2-3 large carrots, chopped or sliced
any other vegetables that need to be used up
1 can Spam, diced
2 cups rice cooked with 4 cups water
2 eggs, beaten
2-3 Tbls soy sauce
Heat oil, saute onion, garlic and vegetables until soft. Add spam, heat through (I like mine a bit browned) Add cooked rice and soy sauce. When warmed, add beaten egg. It's done when the egg is cooked. Add more soy sauce to taste.

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4 comments:

~3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

LOL just had SPAM last night with eggs for a quick late dinner. I think hubby will like your recipe.

heartnsoulcooking said...

You can do so much with Spam, I have a GREAT!!! recipe for Spam Pie. I have posted in my blog in the past. THANKS!!! Geri

Martha said...

This sounds good! This would also be a great way to use up small amounts of other leftover meats too! I have a leftover chicken breast in the fridge from last night - I think I'll try it for lunch. Thanks! :-)

Lisa said...

Great recipes. I'm so glad I clicked on your site. Thanks for posting.

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