Bengal Barbecue is celebrating Halloween Time with their version of Hawaii’s popular Musubi.
If you aren’t familiar with Musubi, it is Sticky Rice topped with a slice of Spiced Ham (traditionally it is Spam) and all wrapped together with Nori Seaweed.
Bengal’s version replicates the look of traditional Musubi very well. There is a slice of spiced ham on top of a block of lemongrass jasmine rice with a pineapple teriyaki sauce between them.
The Musubi is served with a side of Banhi style slaw which is topped with topped with furikake flakes.
We didn’t love this, but we DID like it better than we expected – and our team had varied opinions. It’s worth a shot if you love Musubi – but don’t go out of your way for this if trying it doesn’t interest you.