10/06/2004

spam musubi


spam musubi
Originally uploaded by illewminator.
ok, this is my last entry for tonight on our kauai grub. this is me making spam musubi on our last day in kauai. without any other resources, i used the spam can as a musubi mold and, as you can see in the photo, they turned out quite well, thank you very much (we packed the seaweed separately and wrapped it around the musubi before we ate it so that the seaweed wouldn't get all soggy). even nicole, who was so anti-spam, became a spam convert once she had a taste of one of my tasty musubi. ha!

[as a spam-related side note: in hawaii, you can find many varieties of spam that i've never seen here on the mainland: hickory smoked spam, turkey spam, hot & spicy spam (made w/ tabasco sauce), and spam with bacon! i bought a couple of cans of that bacon spam to take back home, but haven't had the chance to try them out, yet.]

1 Comments:

Blogger clew said...

If you really want to spice up your spam musubi. Try adding other ingredients like an egg, imitation crabmeat, furakaki, fish cake, or pickled radishes. Whatever you prefer. After frying the spam I do like to dip it into teryaki sauce to give it added flavor. I think maybe I will start using other meats. Maybe some Korean bul-gogi. hmmmm...
Why not combine both cultures =)

3/07/2005 11:00 AM  

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