You’ve probably heard of the trendy quarantine dish, sushi bake, and perhaps have had your fair share of servings in the past few months. Since the dish is so popular, it’s beginning to take on new forms thanks to home cooks and small business owners around the Metro like our recent find, the shawarma bake. In fact, we spotted another version of the dish we’re dying to try: Feast your eyes on Baked SPAM from We Boxed It!
This dish is composed of caramelized SPAM bits atop rice, furikake, and Japanese mayonnaise. You can also opt to have the SPAM bake made with kimchi rice (additional P50) instead of plain rice. The mix of melted cheese, sour-spicy kimchi, and SPAM will remind you of your fave cheesy meals from K-BBQ joints!
Just like sushi bake, you eat this dish by scooping out a small portion, wrapping it in a nori sheet like a mini taco, and taking a bite. Try not to eat it all in one go!
Die-hard SPAM fans, you’ll want to check out We Boxed It’s full menu, which also includes SPAM musubi and SPAM kimchi rice, among other dishes featuring Hormel’s world-famous pork load.
Here’s a closer look at the SPAM bake just to get your mouth watering:
You can order We Boxed It’s SPAM Bake through their Instagram page.
See the price list below:
- P500/small (good for two to three)
- P700/medium (good for four to six)
- P900/large (good for seven to 10)
You can check out their full SPAM menu online.
Thinking about what to cook next? Join our Facebook group, Yummy Pinoy Cooking Club, to get more recipe ideas, share your own dishes, and find out what the rest of the community are making and eating!
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