nori wrapped hawaiian style
Hawaiian Musubi is a popular snack and lunch food in Hawaii composed a slice of marniated teriyaki grilled spam on top of a rectangle of rice, wrapped together with dried seaweed in the tradition of Japanese omusubi.
Spam musubi is often commonly found near cash registers in grocery stores/convenience stores all over Hawaii.
This is an easy peasy recipy.
Cut your spam into 1/4 inch slices. Grill until piece until the spam is crispy on each side. Get a bowl and pour in half a cup of soy sauce, 4, tsp honey, 1 tsp minced garlic, and 5 tsp of white sugar. Mix well. Dip each piece in coating each side evenly. Pull out and set aside on a plate.
Grab a musubi maker or, make one with any type of small rectangular container you might have at home!
Layer rice, the cooked then dipped spam, then a piece of fried egg, half a piece of american cheese, and then a layer of rice at the top. Tip* If you put the cheese next to the just fried egg, it will melt right on top– I think it tastes so good this way
Get your nori, and cut the sheet in half. Use that half to wrap around your rectangle.
if you have little ones, cut into smaller pieces
if not, just garnish with sesame oil and seeds and serve large sized.