This morning, I heard over the radio that Flying Dutchman had Spam Stew for dinner the night before. I love Spam – who doesn’t! Spam is ingredient in omelets, in sandwiches etc but stew? That was the first time I’ve heard that recipe and it got my curiosity going.
Googled Spam online and wow! They actually have sooo many types of cooking methods for Spam! Casseroles, soup, desserts, breads… You name it; there is a library of recipes. *Am I the only one surprised?LOL*
In my context, I love Spam in fried rice. Always make sure that there is enough spam in my fried rice so I have it in every single chew. Really easy to make and super tasty!
2 cups cooked rice, cooled (or overnight)
1 can Spam, diced into cubes
3 Eggs, beaten
French beans, diced
Heat oil in wok, pour in eggs, scramble and break into small pieces. Set aside.
Heat oil in wok, stir fry french beans. Set aside.
With the same wok (and oil residue from before) stir fry luncheon meat till corners are brown. Set aside and remove excess oil.
Heat new oil in wok, stir fry garlic till fragrant.
Add in cooked rice and stir well with garlic, then add in scrambled eggs, french beans and spam.
Season with a splash of chicken granules and slowly add in salt and soya sauce bit by bit to taste.
I'm hungry already! Gulp.