Egg Spam Musubi
Egg spam musubi is well known in Okinawa, Japan, and I discovered it only a few years ago when we visited there. It was at a local street market, freshly made, still warm, and I couldn’t wait to take a bite until we got to the beach as we had planned.
It is perfect not only as a snack but also as a great breakfast, and lunch! And I quite often make it for the gatherings because it’s also kids’ favorite.
Servings: 8 pcs
Time: 15 min
- 1 can Spam
- 4 pcs Egg
- 2 tbsp Sugar
- 2 tbsp Soy sauce
- 2 tbsp Mirin
- Nori seaweed sheets
- Make egg omelette - beat the eggs, (add salt, sugar if desired), heat a pan, make 8 pcs of Tamagoyaki style omelette
- Slice the spam into 8 pcs, pan fry the both sides, add sugar, soy sauce and mirin and stir quickly
- Place a sheet of saran wrap, nori sheet, then spam, mayo, egg, and rice, then wrap the rice using the Saran Wrap
- After a few min - 10 min, it’s ready to eat, or cut in your bite sizes