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Spam and Noodles Romanoff

Yes, this has Spam in it. I know, I know. But it was my VERY FAVORITE dinner when I was a child, and I still like it. My husband scoffed when I first made it--but you know what? He had seconds.

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  • Cook noodles as directed on package.
  • Mix cottage cheese and sour cream into cooked noodles.
  • Add Spam, sliced into 1/4 inch cubes.
  • Add seasoning.
  • Place in greased, 2 quart casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle with cheese.
  • Bake in 350 degree oven about 40 minutes.
  • Note: My mom always used the dehydrated onions found in the spice aisle and garlic powder--also out of a little shaker.
  • I've used fresh ingredients and I've used the dried--and you know what?
  • I prefer the dried.
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"Yes, this has Spam in it. I know, I know. But it was my VERY FAVORITE dinner when I was a child, and I still like it. My husband scoffed when I first made it--but you know what? He had seconds."
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  1. choco chip
    I thought this was great. I did omit the salt because the SPAM itself is salty enough. For the cheese I used a shredded cheddar jack blend. Definitely a keeper.
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  2. chef313633
    my family loved it thanks for posting
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  3. EURrosa1
    Just finished eating this at dinner. My husband and I loved it. Delicious. (I used dried onions and garlic.)
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  4. Connie Lea
    I fully expected this recipe to be just adequate - a way to use up some leftover turkey spam. However, we really liked it. This is definitely a keeper. Thanks.
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  5. redwine
    jmelyn, this is SERIOUS comfort food. This reminded me (minus the Spam) of the boxed Betty Crocker Noodles Romanoff that were around in the 60's & 70's Maybe it's the dried onion flakes. I used Kluski dried noodles, as they are a little more substantial than regular packaged egg noodles.I cut some of the fat by using Spam Lite and 1% Cottage Cheese. Also added About a tablespoon of dried Parsley flakes. Who would've believed Spam would be over 2 bucks a can ??? Great pantry shelf casserole or potluck dish.Thanks for posting
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