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post #31 of 41
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I LOVE IT!!!
I MUST HAVE!!!

post #32 of 41
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Originally Posted by kaneohegirlinaz View Post
 

:lol:

in fact I made spam fried saimin the other day and then I'll make spam fried rice later this week too! ONO-licious!

 

You'll need to post your recipe/technique. I tried it once and it wasn't as good as I hoped. I think I missed something that would elevate it. 

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post #33 of 41
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would you like the fried noodles or rice or both?  I just adore them both, that's home to me

post #34 of 41

Both please.:lips:

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post #35 of 41
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HAHAHA!

@phatch Right on!

I'll find the photos and recipe that I have made up on one of these dang files on my computer and post it as a seperate thread/article/gallery.

MOST ONO!

post #36 of 41
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okay, @phatch here we are, I found it:

 

 

Fried Saimin or Noodles
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Fried Rice
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It make me so hungry for both. So tonight I'm making grilled fish and fried rice for dinner tonight.

I found some leftover rice in the deep freeze, perfect!  The drier the rice the better.  I probably should have said that in the article, I'll amend it.

post #37 of 41

When I made the spam fried rice, I was thinking the spam cubes would pick up that sear, chew and texture of the fried spam but it didn't It stayed soft. I should probably prefry the spam, then cut it up. 

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post #38 of 41
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well, I do diced my Spam® first and then toss it in a non-stick pan without any oil on medium high heat and let the chunk-o-goodness crisp to the point of being almost burnt really, that way they retain more of the crisp once dressed with the rest of the gang...either in the fried rice or if I use it in the fried saimin noodles too or eggs or ....

post #39 of 41

That's not in your recipe either:D

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post #40 of 41
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oops, I'll amend again...

post #41 of 41
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I was just thinking, I guess you could make fried rice with brown calrose rice, I'm just not such a fan of breaking away from how I was taught to make this dish

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