This dish was very bland but it came out so beautiful and was so easy, that I won't give it three stars because I encourage everyone to try it. IT HAS HUGE POTENTIOL. I bake the recipe as directed in glass serving dishes (Fiestaware bowls) and sprinkled cheese on top. It's gorgeous. Unfortunately, not any flavor to it. I'm very excited to use this as a diving board and add some flavors and texture. I HIGHLY recommend frying the spam first, adding herbs, and increasing an egg or adding something else to increase moisture. Perhaps cottage cheese? In closing, my four picky eaters LIKED IT. ALOT. The next time I make this I am going to fry the spam first, add an extra egg, add chedder cheese to the batter, and add salt, garlic, onion, and mustard powder. Perhaps even a pinch of sage. If you keep SPAM on hand for food storage or emergency meals, I would definitely give this a try and create your own masterpiece.
i tried this this morning and it was out of this world. all i did was added mozzerela on top. next time i will use egg substitute to cut down on cholesterol. i am going to spring it on the rest of the family to see there reactions. phil
I added thyme,cheese,garlic,some chili powder and it was good!
This is fast, easy and good. My 13 year old son made it for breakfast (we quadrupled it) and accidently put twice as much butter as called for in!! It still turned out good and the kids ate the leftovers for lunch.
Pretty tasty! I took another reviewer's advice and added some more seasonings. I also added some extra sharp cheddar cheese and substituted leftover ham for the Spam. It really does look beautiful; I used a personal sized pie pan and I had to cook it for a bit longer. I'll make this again!