Sizzling SPAM® Fajitas

Monday, 4 March 2019
AD - Post in collaboration with SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham


Sizzling SPAM® fajitas are the perfect showcase for the iconic meat in a tin. Chopped Pork and Ham brings Sizzle Pork And Mmm™ to any meal. In addition to Mexican fajitas I've got SPAM® recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Think Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Hawaiian Style Pizza, Fries and SPAMBLED™ eggs.



Sizzling SPAM® Fajitas



It's that time of year again. SPAM® Appreciation Week. No, not the annoying stuff clogging up your inbox, but the iconic meat in a tin. SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham. Running from 4th to 11th March 2019, the appreciation week is now in its 16th year. This is the fourth year I've worked on the campaign and the theme for 2019 is Sizzle Pork And Mmm™. No longer seen as just a cupboard staple, SPAM® products can be sliced, diced and sizzled in a pan or wok, to create quick and easy SPAMTASTIC™ meals and snacks for all the family.


What does SPAM® mean to you? Monty Python? School Dinners? Guilty Pleasure?! Over the years it has been maligned, celebrated and musicalised. SPAM® Fritters were one of my absolute favourite school dinners back in the 80's accompanied by the obligatory ice cream scoops of mash and spaghetti in tomato sauce. 


Made from more than 90% shoulder pork and leg ham, SPAM® is both uniquely tasty and versatile. Once out of the can (or tub) the iconic meat certainly makes more than just a square meal. SPAM® can be sliced, diced, chopped, grilled and fried to make a huge selection of delicious quick and easy meals and snacks. During this special appreciation week, existing fans will be sizzling SPAM® products in a wok or pan and sharing their videos on social media, to spread the word and win one of many sizzling hot prizes. From SPAMBURGERS™ and SPAM® Fries to sizzling Fajitas (recipe below) and the traditional breakfast fry up, it’s time to appreciate what SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham can really do.
Get involved and share your SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham videos, using hashtag #SPAMsizzle


Sizzling SPAM® Fajitas (serves 3)

Ingredients:
1 x 200g tub or can of SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham - cut into long strips
1 pack of tortillas
½ Red pepper cut into long strips
½ Green pepper cut into long strips
½ Yellow pepper cut into strips
1 red chilli - finely diced (optional)
1 small red onion - cut into quarters and then thinly sliced
Baby gem lettuce leaves
1 tablespoon vegetable oil

Serving suggestions: Sour cream, guacamole, salsa, nachos and grated cheese

Method:
1. Add the oil into a large frying pan, when warmed through stir in the SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham strips and fry on each side until golden brown. Allow to cool.
2. Lay each tortilla flat on a chopping board. Spread a little of the sour cream on the tortilla, and sprinkle a little of the chopped red chilli. Then lay on two or three lettuce leaves, a mixture of the peppers, the cooked SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham strips and the red onion slices. 
3. Roll each Fajita up and place on a serving plate.



As part of the week-long celebrations, SPAM® is giving is giving readers of Foodie Quine the chance to win a SPAM® sizzle pack (worth £100). The prize includes a sizzle platter, piggy chopping board, SPAM® apron, pig timer, spatula and slicer. 

To be in with a chance of winning the SPAM® sizzle pack enter via the rafflecopter widget below. 

Giveaway ends 17th March 2019 11.59pm Good Luck!




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Disclosure: This is a commissioned post for SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham. As always, all views expressed are my own. Image, recipe and prizes courtesy of SPAM®. 

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3 comments

  1. This looks amazing! I will definately give it a try!
    I hope I will manage as I am not a great cook!

    ReplyDelete

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