hawaiin spam

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by smork, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. smork

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    been searching on here for spam recipes for a luau im doing next weekend.   cant seem to come up with the right search word or my computer just doesnt like searching for the word spam. 

    anyway, looking for a couple 2-3 traditional island style recipes to have available on one of the plates ill be doing.  gonna be a mid afternoon till evening type function.   by the way kgirl,  i did see them hungarian weiners.   gotta like it when food makes you laugh a little
     
  2. kaneohegirlinaz

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    my braddah smork (I just like saying that, it makes me giggle)

    ask me, I get plenty!!
     
  3. kaneohegirlinaz

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    look for fried saimin or musubi for a starter, mostly it will display 'hawaiian' type sites...
     
  4. berndy

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    Now you got my curiosity going.

    Is there a regular SPAM and a HAWAIIAN SPAM ? 
     
  5. kaneohegirlinaz

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    Fried rice is a winner!
    Smork look for Hawaiian winners, red hot doggies, oh my, two scoop rice chili dog plate, uuuuu, some macaroni salad ....
     
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  6. 808jono202

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    Pho, Musubi, Spam & Egg Sushi, Spam saimin, Spam and cold Sesame noodles, all SORTS of spam out there. . . .Used to LOVE a Spam Fritter w/ Chili sauce.
     
  7. smork

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    Appreciate the ideas. Party was perfect. Now on to a couple hundred chezcakes.
     
  8. chefedb

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    When I was a kid we made a traditional pineapple almond stuffing and rolled it into slices of spam then popped in oven and served with a mild sweet/sour sauce.  Everyone liked it and it was filling and cheap.

    Also Spam Kabobs on a skewer.