HawaiianSpam Musubi Recipe
Spam Musubi is Hawaiian comfort food at its finest! Slightly sweet and salty, it's the ultimate Hawaiian snack!
What makes it Hawaiian?
While musubi is traditionally a Japanese dish, Spam is an important food in Hawaii and so this has an island twist!
For this recipe, you'll need sticky rice, Spam, rice vinegar, seaweed, vegetable oil, and sesame oil plus my Spam musubi sauce.
Do you need a mold?
While it's easier to make with a plastic mold, this recipe shows you how to made it by hand instead.
How to Make
Hawaiian Spam Musubi Recipe
Mix together your Spam Musubi sauce and let your Spam slices marinate in it for 30 minutes.
Add Vinegar to Rice
Toss the sticky rice with the rice vinegar and let soak for 5 minutes.
Cut 5 equal strips of seaweed and set aside. You'll be wrapping your musubi with them.
Add oil to a pan and fry the Spam until it's slightly brown on both sides.
Using your hands, mold the rice into the shape of your Spam slice. Add Spam and wrap with seaweed.