That's right, I said it, Spam.  That wonderful mystery meat that everyone likes to hate on.  Not me.  I love Spam.  I've loved it since I was a kid and we would have it on all our camping trips.  Fried up, tossed with eggs, rolled in a burrito, there is no end to what you can do with Spam.  Another tip, it's Gluten Free.  Uh huh that's right, gluten free.  Deal.
I was starving this morning and wanted something different.  I've been eating WAY too much rice based stuff and my ass is showing it.  Well not just my ass but my thighs, hips, arms, face, back etc....  So not to belabor the point, it's time to cut down on the rice and rice products (my heart is sobbing right now).  I'm also doing a self 30 day challenge.  That will be a separate post.  Look for it.
So today I rummaged through my fridge for something new.  I came up with eggs (not new but let's poach them), cabbage, green onions, sweet potato, mushrooms, and cilantro.  Hmmmmm, what to make of this.

Well here goes.


Serves 1


Recipe

1/2 cup Sweet Potato grated or you could use yam
2 stalks green onion, diced
1/4 cup mushrooms of your choice, I used enoki
3/4 cup rough cut cabbage, I used green because I had some left over 
two slabs of the Spam about 1/4" thick or thicker depending on your taste, diced
1 egg
pot or pan with 2" of water to boil
Ghee or your choice of oil to stir fry in

First toss in your ghee and let it melt and get hot.  
Place a shallow pot of water to boil with no more than 2 inches of water.  Keep an eye on it.  When it boils, turn it down to a simmer
I threw the sweet potato in first and let it cook on medium for about 4 minutes.  I then moved it to the side and tossed in the Spam and let it begin to brown on one side.  Watch your sweet potatoes as they are still cooking.  Look for them to begin to brown also and flip them.  Flip the Spam when it begins to brown. When you have flipped the spam so the browned side is up, toss in the cabbage, onions and mushrooms.  The Cilantro can go in either the last few minutes or when you are plating.  I like it either way.  
At this point you will want to poach your egg.  The water should be at a simmer.  Crack your egg into a separate bowl and gentle pour (get as close to the water as physically possible) your egg into the simmering water.  Let it cook 3-4 minutes.  Use a slotted spoon to remove the egg from the water.  Blot the back of the spoon on a dish towel to remove excess water.  Plate your stir fry and lay the egg on top.  Voila.
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Ghee is clarified butter
I hope you enjoyed this recipe.  If you did, leave a comment below.  I also have a YouTube channel where I feature many of my recipes.  If you would like to check it out, click on this link:  Bristlee One

Thank you for stopping by and remember, enjoy life.
It's the one you have,
Tammie

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Nutritional information obtained using CalorieCount.com
 


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