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SPAM Musubi

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  • 1 can spam (regular sizei)
  • 1/4 cup oyster sauce
  • 1/4 cup soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • nori (roasted seaweed used for sushi, cut into halves or thirds, I cut it into thirds to make it go further)
  • 6 cups sushi rice (cooked, WITHOUT the vinegar mixture added --Click HERE for the Sushi Rice Recipe)
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    Chaylee B. 2 years ago
    I replaced the Oyster sauce with Nippon Shokken USA eel sauce and it was delicious!
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    6 cups of rice is way too much!!!! 1-2 cups rice is fine. Use the spam can as a mold, line the inside with saran wrap (clear plastic wrap). Then scoop a couple spoonfuls of rice into the bottom. Spam slice stacked on top of rice and pressed together. Pull out the Saran Wrap and place on the nori and roll. The sauce is also too much quantity. And way too much fish sauce. I’ve made spam Musubi for years and this recipe is wrong
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    Kairi 2 years ago
    This recipe is great. I really like the way the food came out. I do like brown sugar with it the most, but other than that, it is perfect!
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    It was DELICIOUS!!! My siblings loved it! I used less sodium Spam and less sodium Kikkoman. It was a little bit too sweet, so I recommend using regular Spam or regular Kikkoman. Not less sodium for both. But it was still really good! Will definitely make more soon!
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    A 3 years ago
    This was good but a little too salty for me, even after using the less-sodium versions of soy sauce and Spam. Next time around I'm going to try using less sauce/more rice.
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    Channie L. 3 years ago
    The recipe says 30min BUT it took me two hours ; you have to account for the time it takes to cook the rice, let the rice cool & then the actual prep of the rolls. It tastes delicious however, I was very disappointed by the misleading time on this recipe
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    Cold Star Films 4 years ago
    Easy to make and delicious. Plus, its super filling!