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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Quesadillas made Hawaiian Style - filled with smokey kalua pork (pulled pork), ortega chilies and cheddar cheese.  Top with fresh tomato salsa or better yet, a fresh lomi salmon dip. When in a rush, I just pickup some pre-made lomi salmon and frozen kalua pig... trust me, its easy and just as ono!

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Kalua pork or pulled pork nachos made the Hawaiian way with Hawaii's version of pulled pork - kalua pig.

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Posted By: S. Park

This kalua pig (pulled pork) kim chee soup recipe is the perfect blend of Hawaiian and Korean cuisine. You get the tender, salty kalua pig or hawaiian pulled pork combined with the spicy, tangy kim chee in one soup.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

This Kalua pork or kalua pig benedict recipe is perfect for Sunday brunch!  You can use homemade, store bought or your favorite pulled pork recipe in place of the kalua pig.

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

Kalua pork sweet potato has is perfect for breakfast/brunch get-togethers.  Its made with smokey, tender kalua pork (hawaii's version of pulled pork), crisp sweet potatoes and maui onions.

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

Kalua pork (pulled pork) egg rolls... or is it a spring roll... what's the difference?  To me, its the wrapper.  The egg roll wrapper is thicker and the spring roll is wrapper is very thin and almost transparent before cooking.  This is yet another example of an Asian dish made Hawaiian style!

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Posted By: A. Honopaa

This is the perfect island-style sandwich to serve at a party!!  You can either use store-bought ingredients ie. kalua pork, pulled pork or make your own...whatever you prefer!  This is such a delicious sandwich served on a fresh taro roll and poi mayo.

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Posted By: Amy Kristy

I love...love... love this sandwich!!  Two pieces of Kings Hawaiian Sweet Bread, slathered with lomi tomato mayo (a take on lomi salmon) and layered with smokey, succulent kalua pork and sharp white cheddar!!  Where's the tomato soup??

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Posted By: Frank Abraham

I've been wanting to try making these for a long time.  I was taught how to make beef taquitos while still in college by one of my friends Yesenia.  Whenever I would cook them for my family, everyone would go crazy.  I decided to take the basic idea but use Kalua pig (pulled pork) instead...they are so good and so...

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Posted By: M. Fuentes

Making tamales is  a family tradition that goes back for many generations.  We usually make a lot of tamales and solicit the help of the entire family to make these.  Through the years, we have ventured to make not-so-traditional tamales and Kalua pork tamales was a no-brainer!  Salty, smokey pork, with a slightl...

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

You will wow your friends and family with this local take on a Filipino appetizer. Serve with a dip made of poi and lomi lomi salmon or your favorite chili pepper water.This will be a big hit for an...

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Posted By: Sid Alapai

This is a really ono and simple dish to make as an appetizer or main dish.    Made with Taro and Kalua Pig....

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Posted By: S. Park

Try these delicious tacos...the recipe is just a guideline for you to follow.  Don't be afraid to get creative and try different ingredients such as slaw, namul, daikon, mochiko chicken, teri beef...you get the picture.

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Posted By: Lindy Hashimoto

Only at potlucks do you get to try new dishes that just take your taste buds to another level. I love pupus and in fact I am often called the Pupu Lady at my family gatherings. Another great cook and dear friend Shelley shared this with me at one of our potlucks.  

 

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