Spam musubi is perhaps the Hawaiian Island's favorite "to go" or snack food. Musubi (pronounced moo-soo-bee, with no accent) is a fried slice of spam on rice pressed together to form a small block, then wrapped with a strip of nori seaweed. Yes I know, Spam, is sometimes known as "Hawaiian Steak". Seven million cans per year are consumed in Hawaii alone. I am not a real big fan of Spam but I happen to love Musubi. It is delicious and makes a great appetizer (Pupu, in Hawaii). Four slices of musubi shown here with sweet pickled Maui Onions with ogo, a type of Hawaiian seaweed. Ono!
March 3rd, 2012
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