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Frozen ChosenFrozen Chosen Posts: 131
edited 8:01PM in EggHead Forum
Musubi is the next cult cook; for the uninitiated this is basically Spam sushi, and may be the perfect food. Soak slices in Teriyaki overnight then cook over some smoke, cool and roll with seasoned rice (dask of Furikake) and nori. Can add wasabi or cucumber slices if desired. Roll up, wrap in plastic wrap, and pop em in your bag to eat after the turn.


  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,523
    Frozen Chosen,
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    Thanks for the edumication. I had no idea!

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  • Joel FermanJoel Ferman Posts: 243
    Frozen Chosen,
    I am not a big fan of spam. [p]I stole the idea from a friend, but I like to mix up some sticky wild rice and make "southern sushi" as appetizers that EVERYONE likes.[p]Take a rice cooker, and add wild rice (the mix of multiple types of rice I think) then add a meat of choice, some times strips of chicken, salmon, halibut, pulled pork, strips of steak, strips of pork loin, etc. Then I fry up some onion rings, make a cut, and lay it out across the roll, then use the sushi mat to roll it up (sometimes I add a little bbq or misc sauce before rolling). If I a REALLY trying to impress the ladies I then fry up some thick slices of bacon, take some sticky rice and mash into a paste, then wrap the cooked bacon around the piece of "southern sushi" holding it in place with the rice paste, then using the remaning bacon grease to lightly fry each side of the pieces to make it slightly crispy..... not only are they extremly tasty, but they are QUITE a conversation piece. [p]You can mix and match these up and be imaginative. I add all sorts of things inbetween the bacon and rice, sometimes pate, sometimes a little bit of cracked peppercorns, etc.

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