Spam on a stick!? Yup. You never know you might like it!
1 can of spam
Rice flour or almond flour
2 cups of panko
Cut Spam into equal rectangles
Skewer Spam rectangles with wooden skewers
Mix one package Uncle Dan’s Chipotle Ranch into 2 cups Rice Flour
Beat together 3 eggs; set our 2 cups Panko
Take skewered Spam rectangles--dip in Chipotle Ranch, then roll in egg, then roll in Panko. Set aside to be fried.
Fry in oil until golden brown.
Mix one package of your favorite Uncle Dan’s flavor (see below)
Serve and enjoy.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR DIPPING SAUCE:
***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.
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
We call this the options sandwich because of all the quick and simple variations it offers. The sandwich offers great flavors in a very easy to make sandwich that is perfect for flying out the door with you on your way to work or the gym.
½ teaspoon of Uncle Dan’s Classic Ranch Seasoning (unprepared) or 2 tablespoons of prepared Uncle Dan’s Classic Ranch Salad Dressing
2 slices of your favorite bread (toasted)
1 pinch of red pepper flakes (optional)
1 egg, prepared how you like it (optional)
1 teaspoon of chopped bacon bits (optional)
Pit and slice your avocado into thin slices and lay across toast.
Sprinkle with Uncle Dan’s or drizzle with pre-pared Uncle Dan’s.
4 ounces of Orville Redenbacher popcorn oil (can substitute with olive oil)
½ a package of Uncle Dan’s® Classic Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing
¼ to ½ teaspoon of garlic powder*
¼ to ½ teaspoon of dill weed*
*The amounts of garlic powder and dill weed can be varied according to your taste.
Pour the dry ingredients into a mixing bowl, add the popcorn oil and mix thoroughly with a whisk or electric mixer.
Spread the pretzels out in a large 10” by 16” roasting pan and pour the marinade evenly over all of the pretzels. The dry ingredients are not completely absorbed in the oil so it is best to use a tablespoon to ladle the marinade over the pretzels.
Every 10-15 minutes for the next hour and a half use a spatula to stir the pretzels and keep doing this until they fully absorb all the marinade. When this is done, I can assure you that the pretzels will not be soggy, and I can also assure you that you will find it impossible to eat just one.
For 2 or 3-pound batches, just double or triple all of the ingredients. If you are going to make more than 3 pounds, I would suggest using two roasting pans; the thinner the layers of the pretzels, the quicker and the more evenly the marinade will be absorbed.