Spammed Sushi (Musubi)

"I was looking for a different Musubi recipe, and I came across this one online and I wanted to save and share it here on Zaar. This is similar to the ones at L&L Hawaiian BBQ, it has some sort of marinade sauce. I think it's tastier. Please use your favorite sushi rice recipe. I also recommend adding a sprinkle of furikaki (rice seasoning, usually with sesame seeds) before you top the spam adds a nice touch any which way you make your spam sushi. Note: You can drizzle some of the sauce over the final made spam sushi as well. Some ideas for using this spam: 1. Sandwich the spam between 2 "patties" of sushi rice, secure with a ribbon of nori around the center. 2. Shape the rice into "Nigiri" (sort of a rounded rectangular chunk of rice), cut the spam for topping, secure with a ribbon of nori (optional). 3. Slice the spam into long logs and fill in sushi rolls."
photo by Stacey W. photo by Stacey W.
photo by Stacey W.
Ready In:




  • Slice the spam into about 10 slices.
  • Dissolve the sugar in the soysauce and oyster sauce mixture (you can heat it to make it dissolve faster).
  • Marinate the spam slices in the mixture for about 5 minutes.
  • Heat a tiny bit of oil in a frying pan over medium high heat, cook the spam for about 2 minutes on each side, until lightly browned.
  • Ideas:

  • 1. Sandwich the spam between 2 "patties" of sushi rice, then wrap a ribbon of nori around the center.

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  1. Something about this is so wrong, it has to be right. Changing my surname to protect the innocent, but my kids rated this as one for Best of 2017. As suggested, used the sauce as a drizzle.
  2. These taste so good. Very hard to stop eating them!


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