This teriyaki takuan spam musubi was created by Chef Adam Tabura of Aloha Plate who served as spam musubi ambassadors for Hormel. This spam musubi recipe is one of 12 creations made as part of this partnership with Hormel.
Teriyaki spam katsu musubi, another one of Chef Adam Tabura's creations made especially for Hormel. This spam musubi creation is like two dishes in one: spam musubi and katsu!
Try Chef Adam Tabura's adobo SPAM musubi created for SPAM® brand as part of the Aloha Plate recipe collection which can be found on the Spam brand website: http://www.spam.com/recipes/Aloha-Plate Visit the <...
Try Chef Adam Tabura's adobo fried rice spam musubi created for Spam brand as part of the Aloha Plate recipe collection which can be found on Spam Brand's website. This recipe incorporates Chef Adam's famous adobo spam fried rice and combines it into a fried rice spam musubie!
A festive version of Spam Musubi, using small cookie cutters to cut shapes out of the spam slices before cooking.
Recipe courtesy of Lori Ikeda - www.guavarose.com
Spam musubi - A Hawaii favorite! You will notice those who live on the outer islands, will do this differently than oahu! We like to put the spam in the middle or our musubi, and on oahu the spam is usually on top of the musubi as shown in the picture.
Deep fried spam musubi is a popular variation of our beloved spam musubi... but deep fried!!
Feeling a little adventurous? Try this clever creation: Pineapple spam musubi. A dressed up version of our classic Spam musubi made with pineapple and macadamia nuts. You get the sweet, salty, savory mix of flavors in this spam musubi twist.
You read that right! Spam Musubi with Fried Rice!
Spam Musubi is probably one of the most popular grab-n-go snack-appetizer-meals in Hawaii and it is truly unique to Hawaii. I know that there really isn't a "recipe" for spam musubi, but there are a lot of people who don't really know how to make it. Take for example my nephew... I get a call one day and he asks ...
There is no other dish that screams Hawaii like Spam Musubi. You will find variations of this recipe for sale at every grocery store, gas station, 7-11, mom and pop store, okazuya style restaurant. You always see these eaten up after soccer games and certainly at most home gatherings.