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Spam Musubi
November 12, 2005

The marinade was delicious. I didn't know it was the oyster sauce that was missing when I tried making this at home before. It's my favorite breakfast food. I used low sodium soy sauce and low sodium Spam and went easy on the sugar. Turn on a fan and let it blow the vinegar off the rice for a lovely shine while you cook the meat. Don't crank up the heat too much under the meat or the marinade will burn. If shaping by hand, wet your hands in water and squish the rice into shape. I am used to rice sandwiching both sides of the meat. I also like the furikake or goma seasoning (black and white sesame seeds toasted with salt) sprinkled all over it for crunch. This is sacrilege, but I have used a thin sheet of egg omelette instead of nori for my seaweed fearing husband.

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