Monday, January 3, 2011

Spam & Furikake Rice w/ Corn

 Sometimes when you are a busy mama you must to cook the simplest of island grinds.
One Hawaiian staple, that is a must...is SPAM! 

I'll admit, it sounds worse than it is. But TRUST me, if you are lookin' for a quick meal with some island rootz, anything with SPAM is great! It's probably the EASIEST recipe on this site. 

Ingredients:


2 cans of Corn
1 can of Spam
(optional)



        that it works for any meal.)

  • Boil the corn, add 1 TBSP of salted butter and lots of black pepper.  Set this aside.
  • In a cup, mix 2 TBSP water with 2 TBSP Soy Sauce or Shoyu (We like Aloha brand--it's theeee best!)- Set aside. 
  • Measure 1 TBSP White Sugar- Set Aside
  • Open some Spam. 
  • Slice it up any way you like. 
  • Heat a frying pan....fry it up on both sides. I don't use any oil...it's not necessary if you have a good pan.
  •   After browning each side of the spam, make an open area in the middle of the pan.
  • Sprinkle the Sugar and immediately pour the water/soy sauce mixture on and stir to make a sauce. Coat the spam then remove the pan from the heat after a minute.
  • Once the rice is cooked, place a scoop of rice on a plate, sprinkle the Furikake Rice Seasoning over the rice. Top it with the spam and put the corn on the side. 
  • Enjoy! 







2 comments:

Ellie said...

Ohhh yeah! Nothing says Hawaiian breakfast like Spam and furikake rice! Yummy!

Keith Allen said...

This will taste good when combined with rico corn rice.