This is How You Make Tiny Spam Musubi

Anyone who knows how to fry and cook rice can probably make Spam musubi in a heartbeat, but tiny Spam musubi, ladies and gentlemen, is another story.

See, it’s not the same when your fingers are larger than the ingredients you need. While Spam musubi is a simple meal, making a tiny one requires a little more dexterity.

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Tiny Kitchen managed to do just that. In a recent Instagram video, the hands behind the cooking show prepared tiny Spam musubi like it’s part of everyday bento.

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If you haven’t heard already, Tiny Kitchen by Tastemade prepares tiny food using tiny kitchenware in — you guessed it — a tiny kitchen.

As seen in the video, making tiny Spam musubi starts with preparing some sauce added to the Spam cutlet while it’s fried.

Pre-cooked rice is then placed on a wooden mold.

Spam is put on top of the rice.

Finally, a strip of nori is wrapped around the center.

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Spam musubi, which takes inspiration from onigiri, became popular in Hawaii after World War II. Today, it is sold in many convenience stores and supermarkets as a quick and easy snack.

Watch the clip below:

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