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14973955 No.14973955 [Reply] [Original]

So, i got my hands on a can of Spam. I ask you americans, what do i do with it?

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>> No.14973994

Ask Eric Idle, I heard he did something pretty good with spam

>> No.14974186

Scrambled eggs.

>> No.14974230

It's alright sliced thinly and fried up. You can make a sandwich with a bit of mustard.

>> No.14974235

keep spamming about it

>> No.14974244

choke on it

>> No.14974253

I choke on yo mamas milk if you know what i mean

>> No.14974290

Spam egg sausage and spam. Or, if you're trying to conserve spam, egg bacon spam and sausage. Hasn't got as much spam in it.

>> No.14974815

Slice and fry it for sammiches, cube it for making some kind of hash or using as poorfag bacon.

>> No.14974828

Cut em into strips and fry em then put them in a taco shell with some taco sauce, cheese, and cilantro

>> No.14974943

Frying or grilling/broiling is important for enjoying the texture.

Can just be eaten with a spoon, raw, but that's difficult to enjoy.

Ideal texture, the outside is golden and slightly crispy, the inside is chewy and tender.

From there, sandwiches with egg, spam with rice (see musubi), or whatever. Benefits from a sweet counterpart to balance the saltiness.

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spam musubi.

>> No.14975000

Hawaiian """""cuisine""""" is awful

>> No.14975017

My mom is really my dad, so you probably choking more on his cock than milk.

>> No.14975030 [DELETED] 

What a honorable mom (dad), raising her kid up with her own semen.

>> No.14975039

What an honorable mom (dad), raising her kid up with her own semen.

>> No.14975041

so cock milk?

>> No.14975083

Marinade with a whole bottle of liquid smoke 2 tablespoons of Chinese five spice 2 tablespoons of fish sauce 2 tablespoons of cayenne pepper and 3 tablespoons of salt

>> No.14975305

ur granny a tranny

>> No.14975329

If you like this, you'd probably like scrapple

>> No.14977116

Take 1 can of spam. Open it and remove the meat brick. score the brick in angular criss cross pattern, about 1/4 inch deep. Stud with whole cloves and add pineapple rings cut in half. Bake gently for half an hour.

Make a sauce from the juice from the canned pineapple, using the corn starch method. Lay the meat brick on a serving platter, surround with baked pineapple half rings, top meat brick with pineapple sauce. Slice at the table. (Remove the cloves just before eating,)

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>> No.14977139

If you live by yourself, you can also do it this way:

Open can of spam, remove meat brick. Slice 1/4 inch off the side of the brick that was facing the top of the can. This is your pre-dinner snack. Put little crushed pineapple in bottom of can, or just a bit of juice. Return meat brick to can. Dust top of meat brick, now in the can with ground cloves. Fill the space at the top of the can with crushed pineapple and it's juice til can is full. Into the oven at a lowish setting for half an hour.

Remove meat brick and pineapple. Serve and enjoy.

>> No.14977181

Cut it into slices about an 8th or quarter inch thick and fry it and serve with poached eggs on toast.

t. Just bought 6 cans of spam

>> No.14977197

Pan fried, diced up, and then mixed into scrambled eggs with some Tony Chacheres 'Bold' variety.

>> No.14977333

fry up a slice, stick it on a nice bread roll with a fried egg and cheese

>> No.14977350

A simple man with simple pleasures

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>want to make spam and poached egg on toast
>the egg was overdone and no runny yolk

>> No.14977626

So do it again and cook the egg properly. Jesus christ. It's just an egg.

>> No.14978310

What about Eric Idle?

>> No.14978335

I pity the person that didn’t get to grow up trading pudding, cookies, anything sweet to the one hapa, korean, or japanese kid that brought a mega container of spam musubis to trade at lunch with, usually dropped off from his mom something like 15-30 minutes before lunch, hot and individually wrapped and hand-made as a way to boost the kid’s popularity.

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>> No.14978439

Boil it, mash it, stick it in a stew

>> No.14978453

Slice thin, fry. Yellow mustard, pickles, white onion, and melted american cheese on an everything bagel.

>> No.14978531

Are you trying to be funny? Because if you are I think it's in pretty poor taste, that's all. I'm not a fridge, you know.

>> No.14978710

I find spam to be too salty eating it on its own. Is there anything it can be mixed with to help that?

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>> No.14978719

Aussie here.
It's too expensive to eat regularly but I keep a can or two in my car's emergency kit in case I break down out in the bush and need to camp for a couple of days before being rescued.

>> No.14978720

Eat it raw

>> No.14978721

Just keep a second car in your car. Stupid Austrians.

>> No.14978814

>It's too expensive to eat regularly

How poor are you over there? It's literal welfare fodder here in Canada.

>> No.14978819

try the aldi version

>> No.14978823

You still living in 1930?

>> No.14978827

How did you get that. It's illegal.

>> No.14978944

musubi is actually really awesome I wish they had it at gas stations near me but it's easy enough to just make at home

>> No.14978949

deep fried it
make spam katsu

>> No.14979229

Dice it up finely and fry it, then mix it in with a pot of mac 'n' cheese.

>> No.14979241

You can do anything with it.

>> No.14979288

Anon has been sucking dick for the taste

>> No.14979403

Slice 2 pads of spam, 2 fried runny eggs, two thick slices of bread. Boom, Spam sandwich.

Lunch: Spam fried rice. Cook garlic and onions first. Add spam chunks until dark. Add rice. Add peas and carrots. Darken with soy sauce. Add scrambled eggs. Done.

Dinner: Spam musubi. Needs a mold for musubi though. Cook slices of spam and add teriyaki sauce to them. Cut strands of seaweed. Force rice into mold and add spam on top, mesh together with seaweed. A fucking amazing Hawaiian dish, fuck the haters.

>> No.14979473

Underdone, no toasted sesame seeds, not even a shinny and beautiful glaze. That masubi is lacking.

>> No.14979762

Just buy the 25%reduced sodium bro.

>> No.14979887

Fry it, pair with bread, kraft singles and mustard.

>> No.14979938

shit, I just eat it straight from the can

>> No.14980399

ill eat it from the can if its on a triscuit or other crackers.

>> No.14980470

I take half of the can, slice it into 4 slices, pan fry until a bit crispy, slice or two of good melting cheese. Immediately after I take the Spam out of the skillet, I throw in some sliced onion and saute for a bit. Throw on some mustard on the sandwich and you're good to go.

>> No.14980505

Dice it and pan fry it with hash.

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>not realizing Hawaiian cuisine is the best fusion of American and Japanese cuisine

>> No.14981005

Spam is cheaper in Canada than it is in the USA. It's about 4 bucks a can, often less. Factor in the current currency exchange rates and that's about 3.10-3.25 a can.

That's fucking cheap... and that's for name brand spam. Mock Spam - the knock off brands are even cheaper.

>> No.14981200

I can get it in middle America regularly for 2/$5.

>> No.14981587

gee whiz i wonder where spam comes from you dip
t. lives next to the spam plant. the actual one

>> No.14982961

based spam

>> No.14983098

I use it in Korean fusion and Vietnamese fusion, but apart from that it's worthless.
It's not even cheap

>> No.14983227

Spam is $6 a can here when I can just get 2kg of pork sausages for $8 instead.
This is why Aussie food is mostly just slapping snags on bread

>> No.14983233

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RK5SrHzcEeE... maybe this?

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>> No.14983297

Jesus Christ... I would not pay $6 a can.

>> No.14983315


Slice it thin, fry it in a pan, and serve it with eggs and toast.

>> No.14983318

spam fried rice

>> No.14983328

>doesn't know how much the japs love spam themselves

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>> No.14983427

I fucking hate how expensive everything is in Australia. I'm not even a wagie and everything is still so unaffordable

>> No.14983470

the one time I had spam was when the korean mother of an ex made spam fried rice. my ex informed me that koreans eat a lot of spam. your assessment of hawaiians is not all encompassing.

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Not american, but:
Pan fry with some onion in butter and olive oil. Add pepper.

Mix with mustard flowers, two tablespoons of porter mustard (grainy, sweet, brown, without horseradish), 4dl of heavy cream. Let reduce. Serve over pasta.

It's not super cheap but still cheap. It's filling and very tasty...for what it is.

>> No.14983605

Koreans still enjoy their spam.
My friend's older half-brother told me it's some remnant of them having to eat during wartime and right after due to shortcomings of financial planning.

>> No.14983796

I sold musubi in college for coffee money. It sold quickly.

It makes for a great breakfast sandwich. Pan fry to crisp. Fry an egg with the yolk mildly broken. Add chives and sriracha mayo. Toast Hawaiian sweet roll and assemble.

If you're making musubi, marinade in soy sauce, sugar and oyster sauce prior to frying. Add sesame seeds and/or furikake between it and the rice before binding with seaweed.

You can also cube it and add it to hash browns/home fries or fried rice. Go nuts.

>> No.14983800

That's because that free healthcare isn't actually free

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Perhaps some saimin may change your mind frend

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>> No.14984242

Grilled Spam, egg, and cheese sandwich

with mustard.

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Make some Spam Cookies.


>> No.14984247

I am a wagie and have never felt a want for money in Sydney. You just suck at life.

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