Spam & Egg Sammie

I can not remember the last time I had Spam. I am sure it was over 30 years ago. Yet, for some reason as I went through the grocery aisle on Saturday, I stopped and contemplated what was in front of me. There it was staring me right in front of my face… so many different kinds of Spam, and I figured why not? I quickly purchased two tins of Spam and rushed out the door to try and figure out what to do with my Spam. Little did I know I would not come up with the Spam & Egg Sammie until the next morning because the old lady wanted to go out and have drinks with friends. The teenagers would have to suck it up and have pizza. The next morning I awoke with a little bit of pounding in my head but I knew it was getting close to feeding time for the teenagers. The one thing I have learned about those impossible to communicate with teenagers is if you want them to talk, make them breakfast 30 minutes earlier than they were expecting. I quickly dashed throughout the pantry and fridge. I had eggs and I had English muffins and right there above the muffins was the Spam with real bacon. Well, after putting two and two together and coming up with five I figured I should stop doing math and just make some breakfast.

Spam & Egg Sammies

Ingredients

  • 1 can Spam with Real Bacon sliced 1/4 inch thick
  • 6 eggs over easy, fried, however you prefer
  • 6 English Muffins sliced in half and toasted
  • 6 slices cheddar cheese
  • Spicy Mayo
  • Salt and pepper to taste for the eggs
  • Butter

Instructions

  1. Heat a skillet to medium high heat and add the sliced Spam. Cook until brown and crispy on both sides. Remove from skillet.

  2. Toast English muffins

  3. Place a dab of butter in the skillet and cook the eggs to your liking. Scrambled, over easy, over medium, sunny side up. It is really your choice

  4. Once muffins are toasted spread Spicy mayo on the bottom muffin, add crispy Spam, a slice of cheddar cheese and eggs. Top with muffin top.

Recipe Notes

To make the spicy mayo I use 1 part sriracha to 3 parts mayo and add garlic powder to taste

So with some Spam, eggs, cheese, English muffins and spicy mayo I went to cooking something to satisfy the teenagers before they were fully awake.
And there we have it… Spam & Egg Sammies. These breakfast sandwiches came together so quickly and I was able calmly sooth a hungry teenager or three. Just remember to cook the eggs to your (or the teenagers preference). Thanks for stopping by Life44.com… Life, laugh, love & learn.

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