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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

These mini baked taco cups are super easy to make and you can use leftover rotisserie chicken or anything that you have in your refrigerator.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

This is a super easy casserole thats even better than taco night - prepare ingredients, layer in casserole dish, bake and serve!  Add ground portuguese sausage to the ground beef mixture for and added island touch!

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

This is one of those really simple recipes that really exemplifies what Hawaii is about.  You have a potentially mexican dish, topped with Korean-style kim chee shrimp on a bed of lettuce and lomi tomato vinaigrette (Hawaii spin on salsa)...  Fun!

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

A great dish to use up day old or leftover rice.  This enchilada rice casserole is very simple and uses a combination of Portuguese sausage and ground beef.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

I've been wanting to try making these for a long time.  I was taught how to make beef taquitos while still in college by one of my friends Yesenia.  Whenever I would cook them for my family, everyone would go crazy.  I decided to take the basic idea but use Kalua pig (pulled pork) instead...they are so good and so...

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Posted By: M. Fuentes

Making tamales is  a family tradition that goes back for many generations.  We usually make a lot of tamales and solicit the help of the entire family to make these.  Through the years, we have ventured to make not-so-traditional tamales and Kalua pork tamales was a no-brainer!  Salty, smokey pork, with a slightl...

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Our family likes to "stack" or layer our enchiladas instead of the traditional rolled and baked.  The stacked enchilada method is a lot easier and quicker to make!

Warning: This recipe is spicy! If you aren't a fan of spicy chile, then use half the can of chipotle peppers or add an additional can of tomato sauce. But do...

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