In Hawaii, the islanders had concocted a timelessly trendy sushi-licious treat featuring the species canned meat.
Recipe courtesy of spam.com.
2 slices Spam Classic
3 ounces cooked white rice, seasoned with furikake and toasted sesame seeds, if desired
1 tablespoon House of Tsang Hibatchi Grill Sweet Ginger Sesame Sauce or Sam Choy's cooking sauce
1 whole sheet nori
In large skillet, cook Spam Classic until lightly browned and crisp.
Place 1/2 of rice into musubi press or small can. Place Spam Classic on rice; drizzle with grill sauce or cooking sauce. Top with remaining rice; press down. Remove Spam and rice from musubi press.
On work surface, lay nori shiny-side-down; top with Spam mixture. Wrap up. Cut each musubi in half. Slice each half diagonally into 2 pieces. Serve immediately.