Do you loved luncheon meat? We do as we grew up eating pan-fried luncheon meat. My mom used to pan-fried slices of luncheon meat, some sunny side up eggs and toasted bread for us to have as lunch. It was really a treat then because instead of the usual rice and dishes, we got to eat western food and with ketchup. As a kid, I was really looking forward to it. Now that I am older, I only buy SPAM luncheon meat, no more luncheon meat made in China for me anymore. Better yet, SPAM Lite where there is 50% less fat, 33% fewer calories and 25% less sodium and still tasted great, how cool is that? I stock up when it was on sales for $2 each, just for a day when I feel like cooking SPAM.
Today was the day as I have half a packet of leftover thin spaghetti and mee rebus sauce and a Presto Pasta Night event to catch. So, I sliced some carrots, washed some Chai Hsin (a Chinese veggie) and chopped some garlic to whip this up.
- 1/2 packet thin spaghetti, cooked as directed and drained
- 1 cup Mee rebus sauce (mine was a leftover from mee rebus dinner)
- 1 Tbsp. dark soy sauce
- A little soy Sauce
- 1/2 thinly sliced carrot
- 1 soup bowl of washed and cut chai hsin
- 1/2 canned SPAM Lite, cut into small pieces like above pictures
- 3 cloves of garlic, chopped
1. Heat up wok with oil. When heated, add in cut SPAM and stir-fry until slightly brown. Scoop to the side, add in garlic, chai hsin, and carrot. Stir-fry until chai hsin is soften. Add soy sauce, stir-well.
2. Add in drained noodle and stir fry well. Add in mee rebus sauce and dark soy sauce, stir to coat well. Serve hot!
Now, I would love to share this dish with Presto Pasta Night, an event created by Ruth from Once Upon a Feast. This week host is Daphne from More Than Words, do go and check out her round up on Friday!