Spam on a Stick with Uncle Dan's Dipping Sauces

Spam on a Stick with Uncle Dan's Dipping Sauces

Chris Stephens2 comments
Spam on a stick!? Yup. You never know you might like it!

  • 1 can of spam
  • Rice flour or almond flour
  • 3 eggs
  • 2 cups of panko
  • Frying oil
  1. Cut Spam into equal rectangles
  2. Skewer Spam rectangles with wooden skewers
  3. Mix one package Uncle Dan’s Chipotle Ranch into 2 cups Rice Flour
  4. Beat together 3 eggs; set our 2 cups Panko
  5. Take skewered Spam rectangles--dip in Chipotle Ranch, then roll in egg, then roll in Panko. Set aside to be fried.
  6. Fry in oil until golden brown.
  7. Mix one package of your favorite Uncle Dan’s flavor (see below)
  8. Serve and enjoy.
  1. ***Note: The great thing about Uncle Dan’s is you can mix it to taste. We will be giving FULL package mixing instructions here but you can alter these to your taste. TIP: Make Uncle Dan’s the day before.
  2. In a bowl mix Uncle Dan’s Chipotle Ranch (or your favorite UD flavor) with 1 cup artisan mayo and 1 cup Sour Cream. Set Aside


Chris Stephens
Chris Stephens
Jim, Thank you for your response. Salt is definitely a concern for some customers and we have debated lowering the salt content and overtime we still might. Although we risk alienating a huge portion of our customer base when changing our formulations that have become so popular. The Classic Ranch would be one of those items. One thing we can suggest is to reduce the amount of Uncle Dan’s you mix with your dairy. This will change the flavor a little but if you added a little granulated garlic it should bring the flavor back up to what you are accustomed. We would love to hear your comments on how this works for you. Also, Thank you for the packaging call out. It is on our list to address this year. Chris Stephens Uncle Dan’s Inc.
Jim Gorman
Jim Gorman
What about a lower sodium Ranch Dip? I used to be younger, but would very much like to get much older! Wouldn’t You Guys like to extend the lives of Your customer base? I for one could use it as a staple rather than an occaisonal treat! Also, if it is made in the USA, product should brag about that on the packaging. Thanks for a lifetime of great flavors. Jim Gorman

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