Try this ono recipe for a nori-wrapped ahi katsu with an Aloha Shoyu, mustard mayo sauce that is out of this world!
This almond crusted mahi mahi made with a fresh apple relish is a healthy and tasty way to prepare fish - compliments of Magdy El-Zoheiry from A Splash of Aloha.
Aunty Lilikoi and Salty Wahine take it up a notch with this simple yet flavorful ahi with a spicy, sweet lilikoi chili sauce... amazing! This works with any type of fish.
Watch as Anuhea makes her favorite dish - Furikake Salmon. This dish is surprisingly easy and is full of flavor!! Bake at 350 degrees - uncovered in the oven for 10-12 minutes. Remove from the oven and set aside.
This salad is a twist on the popular mac salad that we all eat in Hawaii using spaghettini which is a thin spaghetti and stepped up with lump crab meat. The recipe is from Mom Tabura and is the salad that Adam and Lanai grew up eating. You can watch Adam creat this masterpiece on www.OC16.tv
Fresh Hawaiian ahi carpaccio served with lemon garlic aioli. See how easy it is to make this dish. Be sure to watch the video that accompanies this recipe.
Gyoza or potstickers stuffed with fresh Hawaiian ahi, water chestnuts, green onions... served with shoyu-vinegar dipping sauce.
Ahi poke served with nori tempura chips, a great way to serve fresh poke for the holidays!
Ahi rice balls make the perfect appetizer using fresh ahi wrapped with sushi rice to form a rice ball, coated with panko, flash fried and drizzled with a creamy spicy sauce!!
This recipe was provided by Oils of Aloha using Gold Macadamia Oil. Visit their site http://oilsofaloha.com
This is a great dish that is very versatile. You can omit the fish if you want to make it vegetarian, it can be served with taro chips or on a salad or by itself.
I love recipes like this Ahi Musubi that combine classic Hawaii food and create something that is slightly new, slightly trendy, but just as good if not better than the classic!
Ancho Rubbed Salmon with Green Papaya and Orange Marmalade