Gyoza made with Hawaii's favorite canned meat... Spam! If you love spam, you will love this recipe!
A great way to make a new dish using Thanksgiving leftovers.. this is a stuffing casserole with a sweet, creamy corn and spam center!!
Spam spaghetti - a simple pasta dish made with spam, veggies and marinara sauce.
Spam & eggs with bittermelon, a definite comfort food growing up in Hawaii.
Spam sandwich w/teriyaki carmelezed Onions - a stepped up sandwich creation from Rita @ MochaChocoLata Blog. Visit her blog for great ideas!
Spam Fried Rice - A simple local style method for making fried rice!
When you want to eat chowder on a budget, or if you have to feed a large family, this will be the recipe for you! We grew up with 2 boys and my dad needing to be fed. This was the perfect thing to make and not splurge on clams!
Dam! I could eat this for days. Grandma taught me how to cook this. She made it a lot growing up with all her wonderful side dishes. No matter how many times I have tried to master this over the years it will never come out as good as hers. Her secret was the black iron cast skillet that she oiled for years, plus h...
Spam gau gee or wontons, a uniquely Hawaii appetizer
Whenever I have spare time on my hands, I make a batch of stock, just to have on hand. One of my favorites is an oriental style, similar to the old-school saimin stocks. Great to e...
This recipe is a take on a much liked Okinawan dish called Goya Champuru.
We are all familliar with corned beef hash patties, this is a simple variation made with Hawaii's favorite canned meat: Spam.
At one of my neighborhood Okazuya -style take out places, one of their specialty dishes is an eggplant stuffed with spam and made tempura style. This recipe pairs not only our favorite spam but your typical tempura vegetables for a surprisingly delicious treat.
Spam Musubi is probably one of the most popular grab-n-go snack-appetizer-meals in Hawaii and it is truly unique to Hawaii. I know that there really isn't a "recipe" for spam musubi, but there are a lot of people who don't really know how to make it. Take for example my nephew... I get a call one day and he asks ...
This recipe provided compliments of Hormel, the makers of SPAM® Classic.
A dressed up appetizer recipe that will keep your guests wondering. Crescent rolls make everything taste great! Delicate and flaky rolls; creamy, salty and rich.
A fun appetizer dish. A great way to serve up vegetables, disguising them in this recipe. A great dish to take to the park. Feel free to make them as large or small as you wish. Even tasty in a sandwich.
I have made this dish numerous times over the years. I thought about what I could cook spam with and something that was quick, easy and yet tasty.
It's a great dish if you're a working mom and want something to make as a main dish without all the fuss and bother. A s...
There is no other dish that screams Hawaii like Spam Musubi. You will find variations of this recipe for sale at every grocery store, gas station, 7-11, mom and pop store, okazuya style restaurant. You always see these eaten up after soccer games and certainly at most home gatherings.
I've been thinking about making this for a long time. Its a modified version of Mom's corn chowder recipe. This is a very rich and hearty soup.
Perhaps we all have a salty tooth in Hawaii and that’s why Spam is so popular. This is a take from our Corned Beef Hash Patties, using grated Spam and Okinawan sweet potatoes.
Spam is how we roll here in Hawaii, what can I say.We just about Spam everything, but it always works!
Fried Saimin an okazuya staple which is a favorite of mine.As a youngster I would often have a small order of fried saimin, served on a paper plate wrapped in butcher paper and that was it, I was happy. A drier noodle dish than the traditional Chow Mein, there is no sauce really, just the flavorings from the saimin s...
Tasting this at a get together at a friend’s home, I could not put my finger on what I was tasting. There are a lot of versions of favorite fillings for Spam Gau Gee, but his one was different. I was happy that the owner shared her recipe with me.Tuna !! Who knew...Serve crispy Gau Gee as an appetizer, oralong side...
Serve crispy fried Gau Gee as an appetizer, or along side your entrees and/or noodle dishes. Also served boiled in hot soups. Traditionally folded in half and edges sealed, feel free to change up the style in which you wrap the dumplings. Fold in half and crimp the edges, or fold in triangles.