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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Watch this video to learn a quick and easy way to prepare frozen poi without a microwave or the mess!

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Winner of the Great Food Truck Race season 4 on the Food Network and Cut Throat Kitchen, you can find Chef Adam Tabura in Halawa in his new commercial kitchen cooking for the Aloha Plate food truck as well as private events.. He is creative, and keeps it simple and local like this dish he shares with us his recipe fo...

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Kelly Boy and Leolani DeLima make one of their family favorite dishes: lomi opae made with dried shrimp, fresh tomatoes, onions and Hawaiian salt on Cooking Hawaiian Style.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

This refrigerator oatmeal is easy to make. Simply mix the ingredients in a bowl, put into individual serving jars or dishes and allow to set overnight in the refrigerator. In Hawaii, poi is such an important staple - it is part of who we are as Hawaiians and I think its important for us to embrace the past, but also the future and in finding new...

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Chef Chris Manabe from Side Street Inn and grandson of the founder of Diamond Bakery makes his spam ahi dip with Diamond Bakery crackers.

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

Looking for something ono and delicious for your next party or gathering? Try this simple-to-make poke-style chicken wings recipe. They are crispy, salty, savory - fried extra crispy, then tossed in a simple Aloha shoyu, sesame oil, Hawaiian salt, chili flakes, ogo and inamona - OR - just cheat and use your favorite ...

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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...

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Posted By: David Sumida

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...

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Posted By: As Seen on OC16

Cooking Hawaiian Style's very own Chef Adam Tabura joins us with more amazing recipes including this easy-to-make tako (octopus) popcorn with a kim chee aioli.  Chef Tabura continues to amaze me with his culinary creations.

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Chef Adam Roman of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai join us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his own take on a dungeness crab cake served over a bed of fresh corn relish and a spicy ginger aioli.  Be sure to catch Adam's episode on OC16.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

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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If you want pancakes that are moist and fluffy, try making this Taro Brand recipe using Taro Brand Taro Pancake Mix & Fresh Frozen Poi!

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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.

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Hawaiian musician Kuana Torres Kahele joins us on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his traditional ho'i'o fern shoot salad recipe.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Try this Asian guacamole recipe with a slight twist!

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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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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

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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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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Thanks to Mom & Dad DePeralta (Roman's Parents) for teaching Roman how to make all of these wonderful pupu dishes including this amazing coconut shrimp!  Roman is lucky to have such a loving and supportive ohana!  I have had the pleasue of working with Roman's Mom and hope to meet soon!

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