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Ddukgalbi or Korean style beef patties, a popular dish in Hawaii brought over by Korean immigrants.  Korean food has always been a part of Hawaii cuisine and Ddukgalbi is one of my favorites.  You can make this "jun" style by dipping in egg and flour and frying patties in a frying pan.

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If you are looking for a new chicken recipe, try this delicious twist on teriyaki chicken.  The addition of peanut butter makes this chicken dish absolutely amazing!

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Fishcake stuffed inari sushi is a local Hawaii favorite that you don't see as often, but is so ono and easy to make.  Try this recipe for your next potluck and you will be very popular!

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Super simple recipe for very flavorful hoisin chicken skewers - perfect for the BBQ grill and for potluck gatherings!

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Nothing is more unique to Hawaii than li hing mui.  Here is a delicious li hing mui cookie recipe from Deirdre Todd.

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Try this Asian guacamole recipe with a slight twist!

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Try this ono recipe for a nori-wrapped ahi katsu with an Aloha Shoyu, mustard mayo sauce that is out of this world!

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The taste and aroma of sweet cinnamon rolls in the form of a cake - a lot easier to make when you are in the mood for a quick fix!

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Gyoza made with Hawaii's favorite canned meat... Spam!  If you love spam, you will love this recipe!

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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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Making homemade wonton soup is so easy and so much better than buying from a restaurant.

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This dish is a family favorite that I came up with trying to mimic the seafood bowls that I used to pick up for lunch at Chinese takeout restaurants.

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Perfect as an appetizer or served on a bed of spinach as a hearty salad.. topped with a zesty sriracha aioli!

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A quick and easy side dish - Eggplant coated in a flavorful egg wash and flash fried to golden crisp!

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A simple stir fry with two of my favorite things... shrimp and grilled onions!

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Broken glass jello, a dessert classic that we all grew up eating!

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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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Try this twist on the popular andagi or Okinawan donut... the lemon zest gives the donut a fresh zing!

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I can't think of a quicker meal than to throw together a seared ahi bowl.  You can also used leftover poke which makes it even quicker.

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