Spam, sweet pepper, and beans, fried in soy sauce.

Ingredients
1 bell pepper, cut into cubes
1 200g can of spam, cut into half centimetre cubes
1 tin of three bean salad, drained
1 cup of sweetcorn
3 eggs
Dash of milk
Rich, dark soy sauce (I use Lee Kum Kee’s Premium dark soy)
Olive oil

Whisk the egg and milk until blended, and stick in a microwave for a few minutes until resembling scrambled eggs. Set aside.

Fry the spam and bell pepper in a bit of olive oil until slightly browned. Add the beans, sweetcorn, and eggs with about a tablespoon of soy sauce (add more of less if you like, this is just my preference). Continue frying, stirring regularly, until the beans just start to take on a bit of colour and their shells begin to stiffen a little, and the egg starts to get a nice fried up crust.

Serve with rice, on toast, in a burrito, or however else you think you might like it. It works quite well in toasties with cheese, but then I have weird tastes and I’ll put almost anything with cheese, so don’t necessarily trust me on that.

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