Spam is an American canned meat product, and musubi is a traditional Japanese food made by wrapping rice balls with seaweed. This Japanese American dish is extremely popular in Hawaii, and I fell in love with these at first bite. It's simple and delicious and I'm sure you'll love it too!
- SPAM (1 can)
- white rice (1 cup (uncooked))
- soy sauce (1 1/2 tbsp)
- sugar (2 tsp)
- dry seaweed sheets
Pop out your spam from the can and slice it up into 8 slices.
Mix soy sauce and sugar well until sugar dissolves.
Fry the slices. I like mine on the crispy side :)
Pour the soysauce mixture over the spam slices and let them soak it up.
Now for the musubi part!
Pack cooked rice into your mold.
There's this rectangular mold made specifically for spam musibis and they make your life 10 times easier when you're making them. But I didn't have one, so I just used a cake tin :P
Lay your spam slices on the rice.
Cut up your spam and rice into rectangles. (This step would be a lot easier with the actual spam musubi mold)
(Yay, It fit perfectly!)
Plop the spam and rice rectangles on the dry seaweed and roll roll roll!
Now you made it, don't forget to take a Cooksnap photo to upload below! Recipe authors always LOVE to hear from you and see how their recipe turned out in your kitchen.