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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

One of Hawaii's most iconic movie stars Tia Carrere joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make Filipino comfort foods from her Grandmother and Father. This cascaron recipe is one of the treats that she remembers eating while growing up in Hawaii. Tia makes this version with a simple sprinkling of powdered sugar, but ...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

So excited to have Tia Carrere on Cooking Hawaiian Style. This is actually her father's recipe for chicken adobo. Be sure to catch Tia's episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

This Filipino recipe for pork and kabocha squash is from the Cooking Hawaiian Style TV show on OC16.  Be sure to catch Ron's episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

One of my favorite ways to eat lechon kawali is with tomatoes and onions. Lechon kawali is similar to the crispy Chinese roast pork - so feel free to use that as well.  I just get mine from a Filipino restaurant or in Chinatown.  You can also get a recipe off of this site as well and make your own.

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Watch the Food Network Star Ippy Aiona as he makes his version of Pork Belly Adobo using a secret ingredient that takes it over the top.  The recipe is from the OC16 Cooking Series Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A nice twist on a Hawaii favorite!  Filipino pork adobo...cooked until tender, then fried up crispy before serving.

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Richard from Elena's Finest Filipino Foods shows us how to make one of their most popular dishes: Sari Sari  Watch Richard on www.oc16.tv on Cooking Hawaiian Style

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Beef tagalog or Filipino beef steak and onions... a simple and classic Filipino dish served with lots of rice!  I add just a hint of Hawaiian chili pepper to mine and oyster sauce in my version.

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Posted By: Santiago

A simple, hearty Filipino style stew that I grew up eating.

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Posted By: Santiago

Pork sigsig is a very popular dish in my household.  We used to make this on special occasions as it is fairly labor intensive.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Who doesn't love adobo or fried chicken?  This dish brings the best of both worlds together for a succulent fried chicken adobo!

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Chicken afritada is a classic Filipino stew that we grew up eating in Hawaii.  Sometimes hot dogs or spam are added to the stew.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Coconut banana macadamia nut turon with vegan coconut ice cream.  Turon is usually made with bananas, jackfruit but my variation is slightly different.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

I remember growing up and watching my dad prepare the pork rinds.  It seemed like it took forever before we actually got a taste, but it was well worth the wait!

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

While just as delicious as the original Bibinka I recipe, this takes it to another level beginning with rice and broiling the sugar mixture on it's top.  It is very worth the extra effort. No worries, never any leftovers.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Leftover Chicken Adobo Fried Rice - A great way to use up any leftover adobo and rice!

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Beef short ribs cooked Filipino adobo styl..better cook extra rice for this one!

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Posted By: Santiago

Casava cake & shredded coconut, a Filipino favorite dessert!

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Posted By: Santiago

The Filipino version of chow mein, although it is named after Canton, it is said that such a dish cannot be found in Canton. One of the most popular kinds of pancit, this is a kind of pancit stir-fried in a ginger-soy sauce mixture with toppings of various vegetables, meats, and seafood

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Pancit Guisado, another filipino favorite Noodle dish!

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