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Hawaiian Favorite Spam Musubi - Part 1 Ingredient Measurement & Preparation

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Spam Musubi is a very popular snack and lunch food in Hawaii made in the tradition of Japanese onigiri, also known as omusubi. Spam musubi is composed of a block of rice with a slice of grilled Spam on top and nori (seaweed) wrapping to hold it together. Spam musubi is appreciated for its taste and portability. Enjoy!!
  Sushi rice 3 Cup (48 tbs)
  Spam 1 Can (10 oz)
  Rice vinegar 3 Tablespoon
  Mirin 2 Tablespoon
  Honey 2 Tablespoon
  Soy sauce 2 Tablespoon
  Oil 2 Tablespoon
  Furikake 1

1) Cook the 3 cups sushi rice in a rice cooker.
2) Remove and cut the spam into 8 slices, place in a small glass pan.
3) In a small bowl, mix the mirin, honey and soy sauce. Pour over the spam slices and set aside for 5 minutes.
4) In a pan, heat a little oil and fry the spam for a few minutes to caramalise on both the sides, drain well.
5) Remove rice in a bowl and with mix the rice vinegar.
6) Take a ball of rice, press into the bottom of the spam can, remove and sprinkle the Furikake.
7) Place the spam over the rice cake and wrap in the Noori seaweed.

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Recipe Summary

Mussel, Rice
For all who can't stand raw fish, this Hawaiian style sushi is the ideal bet. Ono Grinds presents a lip-smacking no-fish sushi recipe, cooked a la the Hawaiian style. Yummy rice cakes stuffed with delectable stuffing, spam musubi makes for a real treat. This video gives you a glimpse on how to put together this dish at home in a few simple steps.

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