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This is just a quick easy chicken pesto alfredo recipe to make at home. I used bottle sauces to make it super fast and easy. It’s great to take the time and make sauces from scratch but if you are in a hurry then this is the way to go! It would also be great plain without the chicken or with sautéed garlic shr...

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Created this easy chicken enchilada dish to share. Perfect for quick family meals or last minute potluck. I made this for my family last night and it was a hit. What seperates it from other similar dishes is that the combination of the two types of enchilada sauces. You can double the chicken and use it for next day...

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This is my favorite pasta and Italian dish. When the relatives are over or when there are lots of kids to feed, try this instead of spaghetti. They or anyone will love this dish. The Portuguese sausage really sets it apart and I like to add the lemon flavor to make this dish light and refreshing. If you can't find pa...

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This is a similar recipe to how I like making my basic lumpia. It's pretty much the same thing without the Kim chew and hot sauce. The long rice gives it a nice texture and makes it stand out over typical won ton style.

 

The long rice seems to work better with lumpia. You can make it your own creati...

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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...

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On my travels back to Hilo we were blessed with a similar salad and it got me going to create this version using green tea somen noodles. The green tea noodles adds depth in flavor and a different twist to your favorite and similar potluck creations.

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Chef Reno owner of Fresh Catch Hawaii has a line of bottled sauces. Black magic is a sauce like teriyaki which can be used for a variety of things. I tried his sauce for my teriyaki meatloaf which actually came out to be one of the best I ever tasted. It even is better than my recipe...

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This dish is simply taking your favorite basic curry recipe (box kine) and switching up the vegetables. EASY! Instead of using potatoes I used pumpkin; any type of pumpkin should be fine or even butternut squash would work too. I added spinach for color as well as green beans for a nice crunch. Most importantly, I us...

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This recipe was created from 3 cake recipes that I enjoy and decided to add into 1 recipe. It instantly became a hit! The coco Lopez makes it so moist plus you get coconut, mac nuts and pineapple. You know that is a winner right there. I know that you will enjoy this recipe and probably make it for your future gather...

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This is a fast cheap easy recipe, perfect for last minute guests or last minute appetizer ideas. This can be made in many variations according to your liking. It was a lazy day so this time I did all the cheap easy ingredients.

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Growing up was the best in Hawaii...easy dinner by going river and catching a bucket full of crayfish. It's a little time consuming to eat but awesome for pupus and beer on the side. Most Asian markets sell them fresh, my kids love when I bring them home alive. Does not taste the same when they are frozen but you sur...

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Fast, easy and made in a jiffy for any busy cook. So ONO! It's amazing how the cream corn add so much flavor to this soup. Who would of thought. Say bye bye to packaged egg soup.

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I've been making this recipe for years. Only now have I decided to let out the secret sauce. I've always love to play with marinades for the grill. It sounds a little weird but it worked out so well. I love it more than teriyaki steak or oyster soaked steak. It works..It works well. Give it a try!

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This delicious banana bread chocolate chip muffin recipe was provided by Caroline of Caroline's Food Creations Blog.  Try this banana bread recipe and more by visiting Caroline's blog.

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This is a recipe I can up with when I first started cooking. It became a very demanded dish by friends and family. Inspiration is thanks to Sam Choy whom I adored as I began cooking. This Cornish hen gives a wonderful citrus flavor throughout. Enjoy!

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This recipe is a typical wonton recipe that you can either fry up or use for a soup. What makes this recipe different from most is the secret of the chicken bouillon in the jar. Better than bouillon comes in a variety of flavors but the beauty is you can adjust it to your liking. I also added some creative ingredients to my wonton. They work gr...

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This salad is really addictive! It has literally replaced Chinese chicken salad in our family. We eat it a lot especially when won ton chips are available. I adapted this from my sisters family. Not sure where the original came from but we tweaked it up a

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Came up with this recipe because I realized I really wanted to make Lu’au stew and low and behold, I did not have enough taro leaves. It came out winner because the spinach thickened it a little and it had the taste of lu’au as if spinach was not there.

 

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I always enjoyed pasteles growing up in Hawaii. When I moved to Washington I needed to make anything I was ONO for. It's a little difficult to get ti leaves here so combined with the cold weather pastels stew is perfect. We love olives so adjust according to your liking. Hope you enjoy my version..

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