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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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A simple, one-pot meal where you literally brown the chicken, pour all of the ingredients into the pot, cover and set the timer.  It doesn't get easier than that!

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I'm not sure what the origin of this recipe is, but it is very similar to vingha d'ahlos which many of us grew up eating in Hawaii.

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Piri Piri Chicken is a spicy Portuguese style of roasting chicken.  I like to roast mine at a high temperature over fresh vegetables. The drippings from the chicken give the vegetables an amazing flavor!!  

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Posted By: S. Park

This Pad Thai recipe is perfect for those noodle lovers. Pad Thai is a perfect chicken and noodle combination that is sure to impress dinner guest as well as all members of the family. With quick prep and cook time, Pad Thai is a quick and simple dinner that is sure to impress.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A tasty and quick dish to prepare. Tender chicken breasts in a crispy, nutty coating. Simply topped off with fresh pineapple tossed with jalapeno and cilantro for clean fresh flavors.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A dear friend invited some co-workers over to his house, very unexpectedly. Mom had a big pot of this on the stove, like mom’s do, anticipating visitors while her son was in town for business. A take from a standard local favorite, but with the flavors of pineapple and added textures from the water chestnuts. Simple and delicious.

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