How to Cook SPAM SUSHI (Spam Musubi)- VEGAN Recipe Included!

Spam Musubi is a popular street food item in Hawaii that is strongly influenced by Japanese Sushi. This is an easy recipe, hope you enjoy!

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★ Rice
1 cup sushi rice
2 tbsp rice vinegar – or apple cider vinegar.
1 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp salt
★ Spam Musubi
1 can low sodium spam
packet of extra firm tofu
nori sheets

★ Vegan:
1/4 cup soy sauce
3 tbsp packed brown sugar
2 tbsp maple syrup
2 slices ginger
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1¼ tsp rice wine
★ Regular Sauce
¼ cup soy sauce
3 tbsp oyster sauce
2 tbsp maple syrup

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  1. FYI … soy sauce isn’t always accepted by vegans. I have no idea why. Vegans confuse me with their declaration that they’re from a planet orbiting the star Vega and therefore can only eat foods that cannot harm another creature. Plants are people too dammit… Delicious people. Also Oyster Sauce is made out of oysters and vegans won’t want to eat it, and won’t eat eggs or animal milk. Other kinds of vegetarians who aren’t Aliens From Vega may eat eggs and milk and sometimes even oysters since Buddha said they’re plants (they’re not.) Some will even eat tiny fish or shrimps, jellyfish, and even regular fish in some cases.

    Don’t buy a shaper. That’s what spam cans are for. You can even cut the end off if you want to be able to just push through. Also I couldn’t tell whether you said it SHOULD or should NOT be Calrose. I always use some Calrose and so do most of the sushi places around here because it has a good starch profile so it won’t fall apart when you pick it up, and isn’t as aggressively perfumey as some (basmati, or jasmine). On the other hand it can be a bit bland.

  2. I’ve seen the rice shaped in the Spam tin before, makes it exactly the right shape for the Spam. I really want to try the vegan one, never thought of doing that with Tofu before. This recipe looks awesome!

  3. Jasmina, nice. In Hawaii we also make this with egg omelette, fried chicken, chicken katsu, hot dog, barbecue chicken, yellow daikon pickles, croquettes and lots of different combos and meats. We also put furukaki on the rice and red shiso salt as well. No limits!

  4. Great channel Mikey, but I’m seeing a real lack of noodles in here. You need some more Szechuan and Xi’an dishes on here. I want spicey and I want noodles 🙂

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