I apologize in advance for my lack of accurate measurements.
Spam (as many cans as you want!)
Hot white rice
When you take the spam out of the can, slice it lengthwise. In one can, you should be able to get 10-11 slices. Don't cut them too thin. Put 2-3 Tbsp. sugar in the empty spam can and then fill the can almost half way with soy sauce. Stir to dissolve the sugar as much as you can.
Put as many pieces of spam into your frying pan as will fit without them overlapping each other. Spoon soy sauce and sugar on the spam, and drizzle with hoisin sauce. Cook for about 10 minutes over medium heat (it may be longer). The first round of spam will always take the longest. While the spam is cooking, turn the pieces over from time to time so both sides cook evenly. The sugar can cause the soy sauce to become thick and gooey, so I keep a cup of water nearby to add to the pan because you don't want the sauce too thick; just a few tablespoons at a time. Sometimes it's hard to tell when the spam is done because they need to be dark, but the soy sauce can make it look like they are dark enough. When you think they're done, keep them cooking a little longer. As the spam cooks, remove the done pieces to a plate and set aside. Add the uncooked spam to the pan, and coat with soy sauce, sugar, and hoisin.
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