Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins
These are Crispy breaded Spam slices.I won third place at our local Spam cookoff with this a few years ago.I do love the SPAM T-Shirt and Spam Spatula I got for it.
- 453.59 g can Spam, sliced about 1/2 inch thick
- 473.18 ml self rising flour, seasoned with
- salt & pepper
- 2 eggs, slightly beaten
- 28.39 ml hot sauce, I use Crystal
- 28.39 ml milk
- 59.14 ml oil (for frying)
- Mix eggs,milk and hot sauce in a bowl.Hot sauce does not maintain it's heat so use how much you want.
- Put flour salt and pepper in another bowl.
- Heat oil in a pan to about 300 deg.I use peanut oil.
- Dip Spam in egg then flour and fry til golden brown.I serve with Chicken gravy and mashed Potatoes.
- I also use this method for cube steak,fried chicken and fried green tomatoes.
We really enjoyed this recipe! There was enough to have used 2 cans of Spam (and it was so good that I wish we had done so!). After we were done cooking the Spam and had removed them, I made a milk gravy in the same pan. We made use of the leavings in that skillet and served the gravy with some mashed potatoes and a little over the Chicken Fried Spam as well. It was nice, easy dinner that everyone enjoyed.
This is a terrific recipe. I really am a Kept Man and I am always looking for dinner recipes my lover will enjoy. I made a half recipe because there are only two of us and I eat twice what she does. The major change was to add green beans as a second vegetable. She liked it and was taken aback when she learned it was Spam.<br/><br/>I grow Habenero peppers in my garden so I sprinkled some on my plate.
AWESOME!!! Two of my favorite dishes, combined...fried SPAM & Chicken Fried Steak!!! I used the 25% less sodium SPAM...I find that the regular is too salty & the Lite is tasteless. I floured the SPAM, then into egg wash & back into the flour....worked out fine!!! I thought they were even better when smothered in the chicken gravy! THANKS for sharing!!!