• Prep Time: 30 min

  • Serves: 8 people




  • 1 cans of Spam

  • 3 cups of cooked sushi/short grain rice

  • 4-8 sheets of Polar brand seaweed

  • Spam musubi acrylic press (if you have one)


  • ¼ cup sugar

  • ¼ cup soy sauce

  • ¼ cup oyster sauce




  1. Open cans of Spam and cut into 8-10 slices depending on your preferred thickness.

  2. Cook slices of Spam in frying pan over medium heat.

  3. Mix ingredients for sauce while waiting for Spam to cook in a small, wide mixing bowl. Don’t worry if the sugar doesn’t completely dissolve as the heat from the cooked Spam will do this.

  4. When Spam slices are done cooking, place into sauce to marinate. Let sit and cool down roughly five minutes.

  5. Take seaweed sheet and fold and tear in half or cut in half with kitchen shears. Place half sheet on a chopping board and the acrylic press in the middle of the seaweed.

  6. Take one slice of Spam from the mixing bowl and place in the acrylic mold. Then scoop desired amount of rice and put on top of the Spam in the press.

  7. Take the handle of the press and press down the rice and Spam so that it becomes a rectangular shape. Keep pushing down on the handle and bring up the rectangular mold.

  8. When the Spam and rice are free from the rectangular mold, fold the ends of the seaweed sheet over the rice and turn over the completed Spam musubi so that the heat of the rice will keep the ends of the seaweed from opening.