Mark’s Easy Spam Musubi Recipe

Mark’s Easy Spam Musubi Recipe


3 cups cooked medium grain rice (ex.  Kokuho, Calrose, or Hangawee)

5 sheets of roasted seaweed (Nori)

1 can (12 ounce) Spam Luncheon Meat

Teriyaki Glaze and Sauce (Kikkoman)



Cut Nori into strips










Cut Spam into ¼ inch thick slices.

If preferred,  fry slices in ungreased frying pan until slightlybrown and crispy.









Place  Nori  crosswise on a small mold and Place a slice of spam on top of the Nori









Cover with cooked rice. Press until  1 inch thick.









Spread some teriyaki sauce on top of the rice.

Slightly wet ends of the Nori with water, then fold around the top of the rice









Remove the musubi  from the mold. Repeat with the other slices.









Place in a serving plate











Eat immediately












There should not be any left to be put in the refrigerator.

Besides, it’s not wise to put them in the fridge, they will dry up.


Published by: freethecolors

Fun, creative, and humorous are words that describe me. I spend a lot of time with my family which consists of my husband, 4 children and extended relatives. I enjoy making and maintaining true and lasting friendships. Photography, writing, and music help express myself in artistic ways. I love all kinds of sports like basketball, volleyball, and tennis. I am a special education teacher in an urban school district. I feel it's my mission to teach children with disabilities and to be their advocate.

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