Thursday, December 23, 2010


If you think Spam is yucky then stop reading now.  But, if you like Spam or have an open mind about trying new things read on!

My family likes Spam.  BBDub likes to slice it, pan-fry it and serve with red beans and rice.
Birdie's favorite way to eat Spam is in a spamwich, and I think it is my favorite too!!

These are simple, yummy, and can live in the fridge for easy quick lunches.

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First you need to dice the onion, and grate the spam and velveeta.  I find the velveeta too soft to grate straight out of the pantry so I throw it in the freezer 15 minutes before I want to grate it.  It firms up just enough not to turn into a mushy mess while you are handling it.

Throw them all into a bowl and mix well.  Spread a think layer of mayo on each side of a hamburger bun, plop on some of the cheesy, spammy goodness and smush the bun together.  Wrap in tin foil and set aside.  Repeat, 7 more times.

Put these in the oven at 350 for about 45 minutes.  I know this seems like a long time, but you want the onions to cook well.

When you pull them out RESIST the urge to eat these right away.  You will burn your mouth on the cheese.  I know this for a fact.  Instead, let them sit for about 30 minutes.  Then you can serve them right out of the tin foil wrapper.  Throw the ones you don't eat into the fridge and save for another day.

Guys love these and they are a huge hit at bowl game parties.  You will get requests for more!!!
Beware, a grown man can put away 4 of these.

1 medium onion
1 can spam
1 lb velveeta
hamburger buns

Grate the velveeta and spam.  Dice the onion and mix together.
Spread both sides of a hamburger bun with mayo and add some of the spam mixture.  Press the bun together and wrap in tun foil.
Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. 


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