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Turkey Spam Recipes

There are many recipes that can be made using turkey spam. For example, you can make a baked turkey SPAM with gravy, or you can make a Caramelized Spam Benedict. In addition, there are also recipes that are made using bacon-wrapped turkey spam.

Caramelized Spam Benedict

Caramelized turkey spam Benedict combines two of my favorite foods into one dish. It’s a quick and easy breakfast or brunch recipe. The sweet soy caramel glazed spam is balanced by the spiciness of Sriracha hollandaise. A dash of black pepper ties everything together.

While there are plenty of other a la carte breakfast options, this unique blend is a must try. What’s more, the best part is that it’s easy on the pocketbook. This is a perfect meal to bring to a family gathering or brunch with friends. Considering the time it takes to make, it’s a recipe that won’t leave your guests hungry.

This one-pot meal comes together in about thirty minutes. I recommend using a non-stick pan for this. One note of caution: this is a very fatty meat. So, if you aren’t a fan of fat, make sure to spritz it with water before cooking.

Aside from aforementioned steps, this dish is a no brainer. The trick to its success lies in choosing the right ingredients. While you’re at it, go for fresh eggs, not runny yolks. For good measure, check to see if you have a microwave or oven, which makes for a more convenient meal prep. Finally, assemble the components on top of a bed of shredded cabbage. Don’t forget to garnish with a dash of cayenne and black pepper for that finishing touch.

This may be the easiest meal to prepare yet it’s also the most satisfying. If you have a few stragglers, don’t forget to pack the leftovers for lunch the next day.

Crispy Spam Steak

If you love SPAM and are looking for a new way to enjoy this delicious luncheon meat, consider Crispy Spam Steak. It’s quick and easy to make and pairs perfectly with scrambled eggs. Serve with hot chocolate or coffee for a tasty, satisfying breakfast or lunch.

In Hawaii, Spam is often eaten with a slice of rice on top. You can add more flavor to your meal by adding a teriyaki sauce. Alternatively, you can fry Spam without a teriyaki sauce.

Another way to enjoy SPAM is with a baked spam and egg recipe. This delicious brunch dish uses the sweet and savory flavors of a barbecue sauce and poached egg to balance the flavor of luncheon meat.

For the dressing, you’ll need sage and onion. Just stir the ingredients together in a large bowl. After 20 minutes, remove the Spam from the pan and spoon the dressing on top.

For a spicy version, you can add sriracha to the mixture. A good way to balance the tanginess of the sauce is to put some kimchi in the mix.

The turkey SPAM is perfect for Thanksgiving and can easily be prepared ahead of time. With its lower saturated fat content, it’s a healthier alternative to traditional Thanksgiving dishes.

If you’re not a fan of fried spam, you can try oven-roasted turkey SPAM. This delicious dish is low in fat and tastes amazing.

There are many recipes available on the Internet. Some of them are a great way to use leftovers and are ideal for parties.

To make this dish, you’ll need a non-stick skillet. Add the ingredients and cook over medium heat for about 20 minutes. When the Spam is cooked, transfer to a platter and serve with a side of gravy.

Baked Turkey SPAM(r) with gravy

There’s no question that the baked turkey SPAM is one of the tastiest dishes to come out of the kitchen. Fortunately for you and your waistline, it’s also fairly easy to make. The key to success is using the right ingredients at the right time. While the meat is cooking, get your hands on some of the fat-free liquid that’s sure to be leftover. Whether you’re scrubbing it out in the sink or savoring it in a bowl, you’re on your way to a tummy full of yums.

The best part? Aside from the obvious question of what to do with the fat, you’ll be left with plenty of drippings for a gravy that’s as tasty as it is rich. Toss in some chicken broth and you’re in gravy heaven. And you can reheat the good stuff for hours without having to worry about burnt bits or sticky fingers. You can even freeze it to boot! Whether you’re making a batch of it for dinner tonight or planning on a feast for the family tomorrow, you’ll be happy you did.

Bacon-Wrapped SPAM(r)

SPAM is a great alternative to turkey on Thanksgiving and can be used in a variety of recipes. The best part is that it won’t cost you a fortune. In fact, you can plan your entire Thanksgiving menu on a budget, especially if you find some of the leftovers from your Black Friday shopping.

For example, one of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes is a bacon wrapped turkey roll. I eat it with a simple Mediterranean oregano sauce. It’s extra juicy because I brined the meat. And I can store it in the fridge for up to two days, which is a real treat.

Another popular recipe for Bacon-wrapped turkey is a stuffed version. I’ve seen this recipe done with turkey breasts, spinach and even some chicken. It’s quite easy to make and tastes even better. This recipe is easy to follow, but you’ll need some heat-resistant gloves.

For a more sophisticated recipe, try a baked turkey SPAM(r) with gravy. It’s a great idea if you’re having company. All you need are a few ingredients and about 20 minutes of your time.

However, the most important component is the turkey. You’ll need a large bowl and cold water to keep the bird hydrated. Once the turkey is in the pan, a couple of paper towels will come in handy to help you turn it.

If you’re feeling a little lazy, you can also just pop the turkey into the microwave for a few minutes. This will keep it extra moist. Also, it’s a good idea to remove the skin and cut it up before assembling the roll.

Obviously, the most fun is in the preparation. You can use your favorite BBQ rub to create a tasty coating. A drizzle of tangy mustard might also do the trick.


If you want a delicious treat to enjoy with your family, turn overs can be a tasty alternative to traditional Thanksgiving dishes. This recipe is not only easy to make, but it can also be prepared in advance. You can even store them in an airtight bag for later use.

Turnovers can be made with a variety of fillings. You can choose from a combination of turkey, chicken, and light meat. Or you can add a sweetened fruit filling to the pastry. These are perfect for breakfast, lunch, or a snack.

To prepare your turkey turnovers, you will first need to make your dough. Puff pastry is perfect for this. It is soft and buttery, and does not need to be baked before filling.

Next, you will need to make a sage and onion dressing. A good recipe can be found online. The dressing only needs a few ingredients.

For your turkey filling, you will need a mixture of mashed potatoes, cheddar cheese, and sliced turkey SPAM. Make sure that you divide the mixture equally between each piece of pastry.

Once you have assembled your turnovers, you will need to fry them. They can be done in the oven, microwave, or Air Fryer. However, you will need to ensure that your oil is heated to 375deg. Each turnover will need about 2 to 3 minutes on each side.

You can serve your turkey turnovers with gravy, cranberry sauce, or mashed potatoes. Sesame seeds are also great sprinkled on the turnovers before baking.

You can also freeze your turnovers. Just make sure that they are flat and do not stick together. They can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 months.

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