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Is your family torn over having Mexican food, Chinese food or Hawaiian food? Well, this SPAM® Musubi taco is sure to please everyone. It’s a trifecta of flavor with Chinese sausage, a soy glaze and of course, glorious SPAM® Classic Submitted by SPAM® fan Huy Nguyen, Washington, DC 30 min 17 ingredients Kewpie mayo Sushi rice (cook per instructions on package) Pickled Daikon & Carrots Soy Glaze 1.Slice ½ daikon radish and 2 carrots into julienne strips. 2.Mix 1½ cup sugar, 1½ cup vinegar, 4½ cups water together in a large bowl to create a pickle solution. 3.Submerge daikon radish and carrots into bowl of pickle solution. 4.Store in refrigerator for 1 hour. 5.In a small saucepan combine ½ cup soy sauce, ½ cup mirin, 1/3 cup sugar. 6.Bring to boil and reduce…
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