growing up in hawaii, i ate spam musubi all the time. i've always made it with a sugar and soy sauce marinade but when i saw this recipe with oyster sauce, i thought i'd give it a try. i made two kinds to see if i could taste the difference and the one with the oyster sauce is the way to go. it really adds that extra something that makes a great spam musubi. i was shocked because i didn't think it would make that much of a difference, but it did. note that using non toasted nori can be really chewy and therefore can be difficult to eat. i use korean seaweed instead, which is usually toasted and seasoned with sesame oil and salt. you can get it at a korean market.
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growing up in hawaii, i ate spam musubi all the time. i've always made it with a sugar and...