We enjoyed this, thinking of subbing in Spam for the shrimp for an easy to make variation of musubi.
First, let's address Anonymous. Whenever my husband makes a new recipe, I always advise that he read through the recipe first-twice. Had you done that, you would have read the final line of the directions which was, "Stir in 1 tablespoon of nori dust." Since you were smart enough to figure out the typo, I'm hoping you just threw it in at the end and didn't miss out on the love (that's what my family calls the "secret ingredient" that makes a dish).
And on to the real review. Simply just make this. The nori dust itself is beautifully sparkly and has other uses as well! The dish itself is tasty! Quick to make, bold flavors and not at all overpowered by the foul smelling fish sauce. My family of four was super pleased, so much so that we made the exact same meal the next night. The leftover nori dust is perfect for sprinkling on plain white rice and on morning congee. My son even sprinkled it on his ramen!
The recipe serves only 2 so we tripled the recipe (no regrets) and have two pans going at once to make the process quicker. We also speed up the process and don't always lay the rice down first, we just raise the heat to get it crispier faster. Seriously, ignore the first two reviews and try this. You'll not be disappointed!
And on to the second review and touching again on Anonymous. I am an educator and spend much time reading "invented spelling". Yes, it takes some deciphering but more times than not, you are rewarded with the most amazing stories and thoughts. You just have to take the time to figure it out. You both clearly were able to figure out "canola oil" so well done, you! But why take the time to point that error out? Instead of grading the grammar, how about stick to the meat of the matter and enjoy the final product? You might be happier in the long run. It must be hard to be perfect so I will wish you luck in your pursuit of perfection in yourself and others but urge you to go with a little imperfection at times. You know, sometimes salt makes mistakes taste great!
It looks good but the recipe doesn't say what to do with the Nori after you put in an airtight container?
And I think the oil is misspelled too.