The Mixed Stew crew is going on a vacay. Meanwhile, we're having a run of old favorites from Guam this week. Enjoy.
Post originally from August 12, 2013
Done up from scratch
This is a real treat for the thousands of Hawaiians and Guamanians who grew up enjoying it. You just need a more delicate hand when making these.
What you will need:
1 musubi mold
1 baking spatula
1 metal spoon
3 cups cold water
1 medium-sized bowl
3 cups sushi rice
2 eggs fried, omelet style
1 can spam sliced thin, fried to your liking
Dried seaweed strips for sushi aka Nori
Preparation and Directions:
Collect all ingredients before building (or rolling) individual specimens. Clean then soak masubi mold in medium-sized bowl that’s filled with cold water. Pullout and place wax paper over preparation area. Take mold from water and place on wax paper. Next, assemble layers of Spam masubi between layers seaweed as shown then press clean and remove built musubi from mold. First rice, then egg, then spam then rice again. Repeat process to makes several Spam musubi. Wrap musubi in plastic wrap to keep them fresh until eating time. Spam musubi should keep for up to 2 days at the longest.