I grew up eating Spam and Spam Musubi. I always make Spam Musubi using a "basic sauce", Spam and nori. I cook rice first then set it aside to cool a bit while I assemble other ingredients. I bring Aloha soy sauce and brown sugar to a medium boil in a saucepan until sugar dissolves. I just eyeball the amount of soy sauce and brown sugar, to taste, never measuring. I omitted the oyster sauce (never used it). I don't fry the spam in vegetable oil. I just cut up the spam in thick slices and add it to the saucepan. I also roast the nori right before putting everything together. Using a musubi maker I place the nori inside, add rice and press it into the mold, add a slice of cooked spam, another layer of rice on top and press the top musubi maker onto everything together tightly. I then remove the mold and use a sharp knife to cut the musubi in half. Sometimes I make this for breakfast or lunch. While I do have "my own" way of making Spam Musubi sauce (without oyster sauce), others may find adding a little more seasoning to theirs, such as this recipe, more suitable. Thou Spam Musubi is easy to make, it is a filling and tasty snack. Some people add nori furikake and other ingredients to the Spam Musubi to jazz it up. You will find Spam Musubi anywhere here in Hawaii, even at the 7-Eleven stores. This can be served as an appetizer, part of an okazuya and a snack on-the-go! Very popular and Onolicious!!
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I grew up eating Spam and Spam Musubi. I always make Spam Musubi using a "basic sauce", Spam...