Spam Fried Rice Recipe

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spamfriedriceYou can find spam in many restaurants throughout the beautiful islands of Hawaii and there’s a reason why it’s still used in their cuisine; it can be extremely tasty! When it’s fried up like a slab of ham, the resulting golden crust is to die for and the saltiness lends itself well to whatever you place it in. Truth be told, my bachelor BIL (Bro-in-law) made me a spam sandwich with the most basic of ingredients: white bread, yellow cheese, and a slice of fried spam – I was pleasantly surprised! I decided that it’s also wonderful as a pork stand-in for fried rice! Enjoy!

Ingredients:

Rice, Cooked - 2 servings worth
Spam – 1 can
Peas – 1/2 cup
Onions, Diced – 1/2 cup
Broccoli, Chopped - 1/2 cup
Corn – 1/2 cup
Eggs – 2 each
Sesame Oil – 2 Tablespoons
White Wine Vinegar – 1 Tablespoon
Fish Sauce – 1 Tablespoon

Yield: 4 servings

Method of Preparation:

1.) Make your favorite rice according to the directions on the package for two servings (I used Market Pantry brown rice which is a 1:2 ratio of rice to water)
2.) Meanwhile, cut your canned spam into about 5 slices lengthwise so that you can get a good sear on both sides in a frying pan
3.) Fry your spam on medium-high heat until both sides are golden and crispy; repeat until all slices are done
4.) Cube your spam into bite-sized pieces
5.) In the same pan on medium heat, warm up the sesame oil and add onions
6.) Once onions start to cook, crack your eggs into the pan and scramble them then add the rest of your vegetables
7.) Add your spam back into the pan, then fold in your cooked rice, white wine vinegar, and fish sauce
8.) Taste and adjust seasoning and flavors of the vinegar, sesame oil, and fish sauce

 

Chef’s Notes:

  • Don’t have white wine vinegar? Use white vinegar in a pinch
  • I used Market Pantry brown rice which is a 1:2 ratio of rice to water
  • Fish sauce isn’t terribly necessary, just adds certain Asian notes to the dish
  • Add more veggies; I ¬†usually just add whatever I have in the house. I typically buy them frozen and unthaw things as I need them
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Comments

  1. My mouth watered as soon as I read the title lol. Well, I guess I know what I’m having for breakfast! :)