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Spam is a canned pre-cooked meat product typically including chopped pork shoulder with some ham and salt.

Cans of Spam weight in at 12 ounces (240 grams).

In the US 3.8 cans of Spam are consumed every second. The name "Spam" is derived from spiced ham. Find lots of great tasting Spam recipes here.

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Creamy Spam Broccoli Casserole

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I was skeptical about the recipe, but I happened to have all the ingredients on hand, so went for it. To my surprise, it actually tasted delicious. It was also a great way to use frozen broccoli. Overall I liked it, and will probably make it again.

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French Fry Spam Casserole

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This is one of my go-to dishes during those lazy days when I don't want to cook. It's easy, and I love it.

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