Spam Fritters

Package of Spam Fritters on a refrigerated grocery shelf.
Photo courtesy of Miss Fipi Lele.

I like the Hawaiian treat called “Spam Sushi” (it’s properly referred to as Spam Musubi since the rice is salted rather than vinegared), which is probably why I the idea Spam Fritters (“succulent pieces of SPAM covered in a deliciously light and crispy golden batter”) sounds all right to me.

According to this article at, the Spam Fritter was re-introduced to the UK market along with two other spam variants: Spam with Stinky French Garlic and Spam with Bacon. These new products are meant to reach “a younger demographic, as well as satisfying the needs of its core market.”