If you grew up in Hawaii, you probably made your own shrimp chips at one time or another. Remember the hard, plastic-like discs that puffed up nicely in hot oil? Remember how delicious they were? These homemade chips taste even better as they are made with fresh ingredients.
I know... the thought of a cookie filled with bbq pork?? But it is absolutely delicious... The sweet pork filling is surrounded by a crisp, flakey cookie dough and baked to perfection. A perfect dim sum treat!
Want to make a perfect roasted chicken with the flavors that we all grew up with in Hawaii - try this easy chinese roasted chicken recipe!
Rice Stuffing Egg Rolls made with leftover thanksgiving rice stuffing. This is a great way to disguise leftovers... serve them to guests the day after thanksgiving.
A friend brought this over this past weekend and I just loved it and so easy to make.
If you want melt-in-your-mouth, succulent, juicy char siu pork, this is the only way to do it... in a pressure cooker. It will fall apart like pulled pork.
Succulent bbq duck stir fried with brown rice and vegetables take ordinary fried rice to the next level!!
Hokkien noodles use egg or yellow noodles and can be mixed with just about anything.
Char Siu Pastry is perfect as an appetizer or a side dish for a nice chinese meal or brunch.
Red Bean Curd Wings - A savory, salty, crispy wing similar to the taste of miso.
Crispy spicy chili wings - sweet, salty, spicy and absolutely delicious!
Not sure if all of you realize how lucky we are to have our own version of noodles...the cake noodle. According to an article in Hawaii's Midweek, the birth of the cake noodle was at the On On restaurant in McCully. The cake noodle is a chinese dish, but made with saimin noodles...go figure. This recipe looks simi...