We loved the tasty morsel known as the Spam Musubi. Great for a snack or breakfast. Think a spam sushi roll but slightly different. We've gone to a few Hawaiian restaurant since returning to Sacramento and chronicled it here. Then I had a brilliant idea.....
Order a kit online! So i had the Spam, bought the Nori seaweed, used some microwave rice and bout musubi mold or musubi press. Whichever you wan to call it.
The end result was tasty and I had fun making it but the rice fell apart. I'll need to get different rice next time and a rice cooker to try to make the rice stickier since I just used microwaveable rice to start with for convenience. My Musubi experiment still needs some hammering out but a delicious first attempt.
Fish Face Poke Bar Sacramento
Trying to relive our time on Maui we went to Fish Face Poke Bar for some before mentioned Poke and a Musubi (one of our favorite tasty things) The Poke was on point with big and perhaps a bit too much Ahi Tuna. The hoisin sauce added o the mix of greens.
The musubi was a hybird as we ordered it to go.. It was prepared and packaged by Fish Face but then the end user had to roll it. Kinda weird but enjoyable in a diy way.The weirdness lies in it not being able to consume immediately as one has to undo the seaweed from the packaging to then roll it. My rolling skills did not pass the test as it was a bit loose. Tasty though.
so we're back in Sacramento missing some hawaiian food so tried to track down some musubi. a few places popped up an we will visit them all.
i did buy some spam sushi named musubi at sunshine hawaiian bbq on folsom blvd to take to the wife for a jet lagged slice of maui craving lunch.
spam! spam! spam!
and for desert a hidden leftover gem from our baggage.
The Randalls. Neil who is married to Cheryl have been planning a Maui vacation for months. We are sharing a few things to do in Maui on this Maui Travel Blog