Spam-tatoes Recipe

Entertain your friends and family with this easy dish!

You Will Need:

  • Half a can of Spam, diced
  • Instant mashed potatoes
  • Garlic of some kind
  • 1/2 cup Munster cheese, diced
  • Tony Chachere’s Cajun Seasoning (you should have this anyway)
  • Good cardiovascular heredity
  • 2 eggs, beaten with a dash of milk
  • Bread crumbs
  • Olive oil

In a small pan-thing, make 4-5 cups of Instant Mashed Potatoes. Omit milk and butter, insert Garlic of some kind. Add sufficient flakes to make thick mashed potatoes.

In a separate not-yet-messy-but-soon-to-be area of your kitchen, mix the Diced Spam and Diced Munster cheese in with the potatoes. Next, form this “mixture” into 3-4 hamburger-like patties.

Dump a bunch of bread crumbs on a plate. Mix Tony Chachere’s Cajun Seasoning into the crumbs. It will be awesome. At the same time, get a frying pan ready with a few tablespoons of Olive Oil on medium high. Remember, it’s only good for you if you don’t use enough of it.

Dip each potato patty into the bread crumbs, covering it well. Now, dunk this in the egg mixture, and then cover with bread crumbs again. This ensures a crisp, delicious shell of carbohydrate death!

Place the crumb-covered patties in the frying pan and cook them for about 3 minutes per side, or until golden greasy brown. Garnish and serve!

8 thoughts on “Spam-tatoes Recipe”

  1. this is awsome!!! the ben heck cooking corner would be a great addition to the show, lol

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  3. Looks good.. But I don’t understand your use of spam over bacon or even some nice fresh ham. To avoid extra dishes (the only validly nerdly reason), cook ham or bacon over low heat in the same pot/pan thing you use for your potatos. This will infuse pork goodness directly into the taters ^_^

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