Thursday, September 4, 2008

Spam, Spam, Spam, Potatoes & Spam

Your blog inspired me to make one of Avarie's classic Stevenson favorites for dinner. The classic Spam and Potatoes. You all know I don't cook, so any hot meal is a treat around here. This past year when I've made this classic I've actually used dehydrated hash browns. Tonight I had REAL potatoes.

1. Shred potatoes. I used 6 for a big skillet.
2. Heat some oil in the bottom of the skillet and throw the shredded potatoes in.
3. Add a can of spam, cubed.
4. Heat and stir occasionally until done.

That's about as complicated as it gets around here. Yum!


Midge said...

That's so funny, I remembered that one today actually, I'm glad you picked up the slack. I don't think Ryan would eat it but I could definatly make if for his brother who just got back from Hawaii.

Chuck and LeOra said...

It's good to see someone thinks highly of my culinary skills. Don't forget to throw a lot of onions into the frying pan and then remember to serve it with lots of catsup. If you like catsup, anything can taste good.

Cate said...

I was going to remind you about the onions but I see Dad already did :)
I think I tried to make it once with real potatoes and they always took to long to cook or turned green -- some suggestions:
1: boil the potatoes first
2: use frozen hash browns...

I honestly can't remember the last time I bought spam - at least 10 years -- but I bet if I went out to look right now there would still be a can lurking in my pantry!