LeiHut is feeling the love on this sunny Hawaiian Valentine’s Day! Over the past few days we’ve gotten some fantastic write-ups. Check out what these writers had to say:
Spam musubi is one of the most popular snacks in Hawaii. Locals love them, and tourists who try them can’t get enough. We’ve made these onolicious treats available through a care package with all the ingredients and tools needed in a Deluxe Valentine’s Heart Musubi Care Package.
Start by getting that rice cooking and making heart-shaped Spam cutouts. You can also make toppings from scrambled eggs to add another fancy layer.
If you’ve got a dog, they’re totally down for helping clean up the scraps!
Next, it’s time to fry… Get those hearts good and crispy!
To caramelize the Spam, mix 4 tbsp sugar with soy sauce. Place the mixture on medium-high heat and cook Spam until they get a nice glaze.
Prep nori (seaweed) strips by cutting them into thin pieces, about a quarter inch thick. Then mold the rice using either the heart shape mold or the rectangle rice molder. Hint: wet the mold first to keep rice from sticking.
We sprinkled furikake (rice seasoning) to make our rice extra awesome.
To finish, stack spam and eggs on the rice and wrap with a nori (seaweed) strip.
Remember your presentation! We plated this heart-stopper with some rosey romance.
Last but not least, feed dem hungry dawgs!