Top 5 Must Try Flavors Of SPAM
Since before the second world war, a can of SPAM has been a hearty meal for many. Grilled, fried or cooked it always comes out tasting good and hitting that spot when you’re feeling hungry. Nowadays, there are a lot of flavors of SPAM lunchmeat to enjoy so with a rumbling stomach, here are the Top 5 Coolest flavors of SPAM!
Flavors of SPAM #5 – SPAM Lite
For the person who is watching their weight, it is SPAM with half the fat. Of course, if you are watching the calories or keeping an eye on your weight that much, SPAM probably wouldn’t be the first thing to reach for on the shelf. It tastes much like original SPAM but with less fat in it so the difference is noticeable but not in a disgusting way like many reduced fat foods are.
Flavors of SPAM #4 – Hickory Smoke
SPAM meat with a mix of hickory smoke flavor to give it that edge of barbeque. You can include it in a breakfast sandwich, like the can suggests or cook it up and have it by itself to really take in the flavor. For all those that crave a special kind of flavor with your lunch meat, SPAM has taken out work of making it yourself and included it in this can.
Flavors of SPAM #3 – Oven Roasted Turkey
Turkey meat made to look and taste like SPAM. All the spices used to make the famous lunchmeat but in Turkey! No carving or fixing needed, just slice and cook the meat right out of the can. A slice of this is great on sandwiches or even for breakfast with a few eggs. Makes Turkey a meal for one without all the preparation of a great big turkey dinner and just some nibbles of bird meat if some poultry is what you need.
#2 – Hot and Spicy
When you want a little bit of a kick in your lunch meat, here is SPAM mixed in with Tabasco flavoring. Good for everything that asks for a little spiciness like nachos, some spicey burgers, or even just done up on its own on a plate hopefully with something cool to drink to wash it down!
#1 – The Original
Nothing beats a slice of Spam in its original flavor. Cooked up and sliced for whatever way you want to enjoy it with. First introduced by the Hormel Corporation in 1937, it hasn’t changed much since then and probably for a good reason. The lunchmeat of spiced ham has been a staple on food shelves since that time and a big hit all around the world. Whether it’s an ingredient in something like Hawaiian SPAM musubi, a salad, or eaten all on its own, it makes a great meal to munch on!