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Spam Musobi

What works best in sushi is Japanese short grain rice. It's stickier
and has a great flavor. I use a rice cooker, personally. I was
always against it, wanting to cook my rice in a pot, until my fiance
bought a rice cooker for us. Now I can't see life without it.
The rice can be specially cooked with a vinegar/water solution.
I have done that and just cooked the rice normally. Now, there
are several ways of making the musobi. First off, the spam (I use
the less salt version) is sliced into 1/4 inch slabs. This is
fried in a pan (can use spray pam if you want, but the spam has
plenty of grease to keep it from sticking).

If you want rolled sushi style spam, then the cooked spam is sliced
into long strips. Otherwise, there is a mold you can get in any
Asian food market and the spam can be cut to size for that (usually
a rectangular mold). My fiance likes his musobi with the rice
molded in the rectangular mold and a slab of spam on top. From
there I wrap a strip of the nori (seaweed) around the middle (width
wise) of the musobi. Otherwise, you can put it in a roll with
cucumbers, green onions and rice (my favorite).


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Spam Musubi is AWESOME, April 6, 2004 - 12:01 AM
Reviewer: Anonymous from San Diego, CA USA
I LOVE SPAM MUSUBI!! i have been eating it all my life. My grandma makes it all the time and i fall in love over and over again!!

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