The Royal Hawaiian Center presents Chef Borden from Wolfgang's Steak House cooking up some of their brunch classics including this amazing crab cake benedict made with huge chunks of crabmeat, lots of butter and a homemade hollandaise sauce that is to die for!
Try this healthier Halloween treat and cut out the sugar this Halloween with these frozen banana ghost pops at your next party!
Papahana Kuaola makes this amazing limu (seaweed) namasu (pickled salad) on a special episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style presented by the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki.
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 ...
Tony Holland and Thomas Lee from the Wounded Warrior Project throw it down in the kitchen making their go-to beef fajitas local-style with pineapple juice and their own blend of spices served with a side of pico de gallo and guacamole.
Momi Ernestburg from Hapa Haole Kitchen in Kaneohe shares her restaurants recipe for pastele stew as seen on an episode of Cooking Hawaiian Style.
I've been really watching what I eat and have been revisiting introducing carbohydrates back into my diet. For the longest time, I tried to avoid carbs as much as possible. Well, I have been exercising daily and found that I need the energy that carbs provide and brown rice is perfect for this. This is an asian style...
Wolfgang's restaurant know for their amazing prime aged steaks joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to share their recipe for lobster mac and cheese, a favorite dish at their steakhouse in Waikiki.
Every now and then, we love to feature rising star and new talent from Hawaii's amazing culinary pool and today we are excited to feature Chef Kino Carrillo who shows us how to make homemade tortillas for his crispy pork tacos.
Hawaiian music legend Kawika Kahiapo joins us on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style to share his recipe for char siu chicken and pork sliders made with his homemade char siu sauce. If you are looking for chicken recipes, you have to try this recipe for a classic Hawaii-style char siu chicken.
Chef James Aptakin from Mac24/7 and Food Network Star joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his famous ahi poke tacos.
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's very own Project Runway superstar Kini Zamora joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his Mom's hamburger steak and brown gravy recipe. Kini was a finalist on Project Runway and place 2nd on the Project Runway All-Star edition.
World Champion surfer Carissa Moore and her papa Fred Lum join us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make this simple, yet amazing baked salmon.
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.
This season, we were thrilled to team up with the Four Seasons Resort Oahu in conjunction with Lanikuhonua to bring you a spectacular new season of Cooking Hawaiian Style. On this episode, we featured 3 of Four Season’s Chefs to showcase dishes that they were known for. This week we are sharing Chef Jobbie ...
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.
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.
Chef Nick Magaoay of the Four Seasons Resort on the island of Lanai joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make this spectacular crab crusted mahi mahi with a calamansi beurre blanc sauce that is to die for!
In Hawaii, we love our brown gravy, especially over rice! This oven stew made with tender Cedar Springs Veal is an easy one-pot meal that makes an ono brown gravy instead of the traditional tomato-sauce type stew. I wanted to share a little about why I chose veal and where the veal came from.