Cheesy Spam Puff

"For all you Spam lovers, here's a dish that you are going to love, and boy does this have taste!"
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  • Set oven to 375 degrees.
  • Grease a 12" x 8" baking pan.
  • In a large mixing bowl, combine bread, milk, eggs, mustard, garlic powder and paprika.
  • With electric mixer, beat at medium speed 1 minute, or until smooth.
  • Stir in Spam, 1 cup cheddar cheese and chopped onion.
  • Pour into prepared baking dish; bake 25 minutes.
  • Remove from oven, top with remaining cheese, and Monterey Jack cheese.
  • Bake for 5 minutes longer, or until cheese is melted.
  • Let stand for 10 minutes befrore serving.

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  1. I made this recipe years ago, after finding it in my little "Best Recipes:cooking with spam" paperback cookbook. I really liked it, but I'm a fan of spam anyway.
  2. This was an easy and innovative way to use up that can of Spam in my pantry. Next time I will brown the Spam before putting it into the casserole and I think I'll use a tad less cheese on the top. I also used green onion and I think next time I'll use yellow onion to give it a more pronounced onion flavor.
  3. I REALLY enjoyed this dish! It was very easy to put together. I didn't use a mixer, just a spoon and combined everything. I had larger pieces of bread so it ended up being a chunkier puff, which I really enjoyed. Everyone was a little unsure about it when they first saw it, but it was promptly devoured. It's great with a good squirt or two of ketchup on top as well! Thanks!
  4. Attention Spam Fans! Here is a combination Monty Python *didn't* think of. This casserole makes a great entree for brunch or a light supper. It is very flavorful and smells wonderful while baking! I don't have an 8x12-inch pan, so I used a 9x13-inch pan. It was fine, just a little thinner I guess. I did not even need to adjust the baking time. Thanks KittenCal!



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