"Spam" is familiar as an Okinawan gourmet. The luncheon meat in a can gives it a salty, punchy taste. Did you know that this spam has a "garlic" and "hot and spicy" taste?
"Spam garlic" is spam finished with garlic. On the other hand, "Spam Hot & Spicy" is spam that is finished with "stimulating spiciness" using spices.
Spam garlic was lightly baked and then made into spam rice balls, and Spam Hot & Spicy was fried with eggs and eaten!
First of all, garlic. The crispy-baked spam is juicy enough to chew, and every time you squeeze it, the scent of garlic and the exquisite umami rush in. Uma, this is an addictive taste! It has a strong taste, so if it goes well with white rice!
Then hot & spicy. I will chew it with roasted eggs.
Yeah! The surface is crispy and fragrant when baked, the junky umami and meaty oiliness unique to spam, and the hot spiciness that makes your tongue tingle! Eggs moderately mellow this spiciness, so it's the correct answer to eat in a pork egg style, recommended.
Both spams are perfect for beer companions. Not only spam fans, but also people who are addicted to hidden spam who say "Spam sometimes makes me want to eat ..." should eat it. It may not be available at supermarkets, but if you can't find it, you can buy it online. I bought it at a supermarket this time, and the price was 665 yen (excluding tax).