|Even those with the most delicate palettes|
will devour this
epic Hawaiian Spam Musubi...
Prep: 5 Mins. |
Cook 8 to 10 Mins.
***Hawaiian Spam Musubi
1 (7 oz. can = half size) of Spam
3 cups uncooked sushi rice (click here for recipe at: Sandra's Easy Sushi Rice)
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon rice vinegar
2 regular-sized nori sheets, cut in half lengthwise
--*musubi-maker (see tip below)
--Scissors and sharp knife
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon furikake (see tip below)
Mix soy sauce, sugar, and rice vinegar in small bowl, including a plate to place the cooked spam on, and set both of these aside by stove.
|Begin assembling in this method...|
|Nearly finished assembling...|
Use a small spoon to place cold sushi rice into the moistened mold, filling about 1/2 full with sushi rice. Use the musubi-maker handle (with the bottom moistened) to firmly press down on rice.
Spread with a layer of sauce.
Sprinkle with a thin layer of furikake; lay a slice of spam atop, and then sprinkle another thin layer of furikake, and another layer of pressed rice until it is level with the top of the mold--pressing firmly with the moistened musubi-maker handle one final time. Hold the handle down with one hand and use the other to pull the mold upward to unmold the Span Musubi.
Fold one half of nori flap on top, moisten other edge of flap, then quickly, while tightly wrapping the nori around the rice to form a tight square shape; press gently to adhere.
Repeat 3 more times, forming 4 total square sushi logs.
With a sharp knife, cut each roll crosswise in half, then in half again to form 4 equal squares. Plate and serve with remaining sauce on the side for dipping. ~ Enjoy!