Cheesy chicken wings with spam

Spam and chicken again!

Even though cheesy chicken wings make great footy food, there isn’t any football worth watching tonight.

So the manflu continues. Last night was awful, I coughed all night. This morning as I lumbered out of bed my throat felt like it was on fire, my neck was stiff from a really poor ‘sleeping’ position but my phlegm wasn’t as tenacious as it was yesterday. Perhaps the spam helped after all.

Some friends on social media have suggested a chicken broth may help. I’m too lazy to make chicken soup. As I was shopping this morning I thought it would be nice to use up the remaining spam and have some chicken wings.

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What you need to make this

  • About 500 grams of chicken wings
  • Olive oil
  • Some diced spam
  • Grated Coon cheese
  • Slices of red, green and yellow capsicum
  • Wedges of potato
  • Slices of onion
  • Some chopped jalapeño pepper and red chilli with spring onions and chives
  • Panko crumbs

How do you put it all together?

  1. In a large bowl add the chicken wings and everything except the chopped jalapeño pepper and red chilli with spring onions and chives
  2. Mix everything well and then lay it out on some baking paper in a roasting tray
  3. Cook in an oven at 150 °C for 1 hour
  4. Remove from the oven and garnish with the chopped jalapeño pepper and red chilli with spring onions and chives
  5. Set aside some cheesy chicken wings and spam for lunches
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Prepare it for a photograph

  1. Plate up
  2. Shoot a photograph
  3. Eat the meal of cheesy chicken wings and spam
  4. Wash the dishes
  5. Make a nice picture using Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop
  6. Write the recipe
  7. Blog and Vlog (verbs)
Spam with cheesy chicken wings
Spam with cheesy chicken wings

How did the cheesy chicken wings taste?

Great. These cheesy chicken wings would be great to eat while watching the footy.

By the way, I was so happy that Fiji won the rugby 7s at the Rio Olympic Games. There is no more deserving team. I can just imagine how their government will react. Hopefully the team will receive a ticker tape welcome on their return.

Final words

If you try this dish please let me know what you think.

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12 Responses

  1. I do hope you get better soon, Gary. Been following your IG and it looks like you are having a hard time. Yet you are still going to all the effort to make good food and good-looking food for yourself. From your last post, it doesn’t sound like you believe much in acupuncture, herbal medicine and so on. Me too. But I’m inclined spam may be a cure 😀

    Usually when I get sick it starts off with a sore throat, then runny nose, and then coughing like there’s no tomorrow for a few days or weeks depending on how bad it is. Been sniffling a bit myself over the last two weeks, but nothing like you. Something is indeed going round Australia this winter.

    1. Thanks very much Mabel, last night the coughing kept me awake again.
      I know the rates of Influenza virus A infections are on the rise. One of the good things about working in a medical testing laboratory is seeing the data.
      Hopefully I’ll be right for work tomorrow.

    2. So cool you get to see the facts for yourself upfront. Very interesting work that you do. For me, dry coughing is the worst. So hard to stop even with difflam lozenges :/ Take care, Gary.

    1. Thanks. I agree, although it’s winter here and being sick sucks anytime really. At least I can stay in bed.

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