Sham Spam omusubi

*put bottom container on top and vice versa*

*Remove from pan, pour in sauce med high heat.*

*Add 1 teaspoon Hawaiian salt to rice*

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  1. jules joy says:


    what are the ingredients in the sham spam?

    • Aloha Jules! I was wondering if anyone was ever going to ask πŸ™‚ The recipe is actually on my desktop computer at home and I’m still traveling, but I will try to get the file and post soon. Are you going to give it a try? I was kinda waiting to do a video recipe and post the ingredients at the same time.

      • Oh My God! PLEASE POST THIS RECIPE! My dad has been asking my mom to try make a veg Spam musubi, and this looks GREAT!

        • Aloha Nalani, I will try to get it posted this month, along with a video for the technique. I want to add this to kimchi fried rice, so it was on my to do list πŸ™‚

  2. Alright! I look forward to seeing it. My dad would probably flip out once he sees it XD. Granted he’s not all that big on spam itself, but the idea of transforming what’s nowadays joked to be Hawaii’s staple food into something meat-free is too good to pass up in his opinion.

    I’m so glad I found your blog and your youtube channel! I’m glad to see a fellow Hawaii resident doing all this great plant-based foods LOCAL STYLE. Hawaii need not all be spam and chicken katsu. At least not the real thing.

  3. Oh my goodness, I must know the recipe!

    • Hi Stephanie! Posting the recipe/video still on my to do list this month. You can subscribe to my YouTube channel if you would like to be notified when the video is live πŸ™‚

  4. I am greatly looking forward to this recipe, since becoming vegetarian 7 years ago there is little that I miss, but spam is one of them!

  5. Joseph Barnett says:

    I would also like the recipe. Thank you!

  6. Are you still planning on posting this recipe? I would love to try this!


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