Hawaiian Music star Sean Robbins joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make some of his favorite dishes including this easy-to-make Portuguese sausage fried rice. Be sure to catch Sean's episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style TV.
Hawaii 5-0 TV star Al Harrington and his wife Rosa make this healthy and simple one-pot meal shoyu gohan using a Tiger rice cooker. Shoyu gohan is simple to make chicken recipe using leftover chicken, veggies, seasonings and brown rice.
I thought I would share one of the recipes in our newest cookbook: "Cooking Hawaiian Style Volume 2" These are mini Korean-inspired musubi made with diced carrots, spam, korean nori, daikon and a touch of roasted sea salt. They make the perfect pupu-sized bite for any party. You can purchase our cookbooks online whic...
I met the legendary David Sumida on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style. I was so excited to meet him as his family has been providing watercress for the state of Hawaii since the 1920's. I was also happy to have David join us as he works extremely hard and hasn't had a day off in years. Since the taping of the s...
This teriyaki takuan spam musubi was created by Chef Adam Tabura of Aloha Plate who served as spam musubi ambassadors for Hormel. This spam musubi recipe is one of 12 creations made as part of this partnership with Hormel.
Teriyaki spam katsu musubi, another one of Chef Adam Tabura's creations made especially for Hormel. This spam musubi creation is like two dishes in one: spam musubi and katsu!
You might recognize Dixie Rose from the KIA commercial or in her role in Hawaii 5-0. She is the owner of Oopsie Daze, a clothing line for kids. On the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style, she makes healthier dishes including her brown rice risotto recipe.
Inspired by tasty island recipe for crab & shitake sushi casserole.
I adjusted the ingredients and added a twist with the langostino for a slightly different flavor and a little more texure as well as green onions for color. The tobiko gives it a whole new dimension and takes you to back to y...
Try Chef Adam Tabura's adobo SPAM musubi created for SPAM® brand as part of the Aloha Plate recipe collection which can be found on the Spam brand website: http://www.spam.com/recipes/Aloha-Plate Visit the <...
Try Chef Adam Tabura's adobo fried rice spam musubi created for Spam brand as part of the Aloha Plate recipe collection which can be found on Spam Brand's website. This recipe incorporates Chef Adam's famous adobo spam fried rice and combines it into a fried rice spam musubie!
Bacon wrapped mochi, a really delicious and simplistic pupu that can be grilled or deep fried and served hot.
A delicious sushi for those that don't like raw ingredients...this one is made with a delicious imitation and cooked crab salad.
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.
Mango flavored mochi filled with fresh mango!
After making fried fish or fish katsu sushi, leigh (photographer) suggested using the leftovers for making tacos. Thanks leighfor the ono idea! Photography by Leigh Ann Meeks.
Fried Fish Sushi - Another great way to serve sushi for a dinner party. I make this when I have guests that don't eat raw fish...this is also a great way to introduce sushi to those that have never tried it or are reluctant. Photography by Leigh Ann Meeks.
When I was little, our family ate a lot of fried rice.
No wonder, there were five of us kids and my parents--7 hungry mouths to feed. It's simple, fast, and when you add a few slices of bacon--it's very flavorful. We always had it with a lot of vegetables mixed in, too. Every family, or every cook, has th...
Anyone who knows me, knows that I love to make pan sushi. Its super easy, you can make any type of sushi that you want and its fun to make! This is my version of california roll pan sushi.
Broiled sushi is a great party appetizer and is easy to make for those of you that don't want to spend your time rolling sushi. Place the rice and toppings in a pan, broil and serve! Your guests simply scoop the rice into a piece of nori (seaweed) and eat!
This is my favorite way to eat sushi. Homestyle... With simple, fresh ingredients. You can set out anything you like or anything you have on hand. And making a hand roll is so easy!
Recipe courtesy of Karolyn of