Hot SPAM and Cheese Sandwich

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Yes I did, I made a Hot SPAM & Cheese Sandwich! After making all that food for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day this is a great way to fix a quick and easy sandwich. To all you Spam haters out there, this was delicious!

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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      • We had Span fritters at school which, to tell you the truth, were pretty disgusting, although made with a light batter and crisped up properly, would actually be very nice. Spam is for camping and messing about in boats! I use it in the same way as corned beef – in a hash with potatoes, onions and lots of brown sauce on the side, or slices browned on both sides as part of a breakfast or brunch. You can, of course, just slice it up and put in an ordinary sandwich, with mustard mayo and sliced tomatoes.

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  1. It reminds me of our bully beef (or corned beef), but in ours is beef and I think in SPAM is pork …? Never tried (or heard of) SPAM, but I do love the bully beef version … on a late Sunday evening, my husband will usually spent a couple of minutes in the kitchen preparing a quick meal out of bully beef, fried onions, tomatoes and boiled potatoes. Maybe we should try your recipe as well – it looks delicious 😋

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  2. That looks so delicious and comforting.

    We go through a can of Spam a week. It’s delicious! Fried spam served on hot rice and sprinkled with Japanese sushi spices is the best!

    Have you ever tried Spam misubi (aka spam sushi)? You should try it. Easy to make and mind blowingly good!

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  3. I remember you said your husband liked Spam – I always liked it and now you can buy the single packages. When I worked at the diner back in the late 70s, one of our most-popular items was a grilled ham and cheese sandwich.

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