Ken & Hisae from Sun Noodle stop by the Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen and show us how to make fried saimin using their own brand of saimin noodles. Be sure to watch their episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style.
Kenshiro & Hisae Uki - continue their father's legacy of creating and sharing Sun Noodles from Hawaii. Kenshiro and Hisae (brother and sister) show us how to make Mom's homemade saimin soup. It is surprisingly easy to make and you will love the flavor! Visit thei...
Gyoza made with Hawaii's favorite canned meat... Spam! If you love spam, you will love this recipe!
I can't think of a quicker meal than to throw together a seared ahi bowl. You can also used leftover poke which makes it even quicker.
Have you ever had renkon chips? Renkon is lotus root. The only time I remember eating renkon when I was little was on New Year's Day--my grandmother said it was traditional--you ate it "so you can see the future". Renkon is also in nishime and umani--but I've never had it fried and crispy. Recipe courtesy of Karoly...
Stir fried udon noodles and vegetables make the best meal when you don't have a lot of time. This version is tossed with a savory miso-soy sauce.
Spaghetti carbonara made with a rich butter-miso sauce. The sweet salty miso paired with bacon or pancetta is simply irresistable.
My family loves spicy tuna rolls and I'm sure they'll be excited to try these! Adapted from Ravenous Couple.
Courtesy of Karolyn of FOODjimoto.com website
Strawberries Romanoff is an American-French classic: strawberries are macerated in orange liquer and served with sugar and cream. I decided to take this wonderful trio and top butter mochi with it! I knew I already loved it over pound cake, so I figured butter mochi would work just as well. It turned out great!
Spam & eggs with bittermelon, a definite comfort food growing up in Hawaii.
Seared scallops with haupia sweet potato puree, mashed potato puree topped with macadamia nut oil. A simple yet decadent meal that can be prepared in 30 minutes!
Perfectly seared tuna served with crunchy pickled vegetables and a mild miso vinaigrette.
Spam musubi - A Hawaii favorite! You will notice those who live on the outer islands, will do this differently than oahu! We like to put the spam in the middle or our musubi, and on oahu the spam is usually on top of the musubi as shown in the picture.
Tempura saimin - My aunty used to always make this recipe and it comes out tasting so good! The version made in the picture is without the vegetables, but you can add any of your favorites like char siu, green onion, spam etc.
If you like the taste of sake, try these sake-infused wings with Asian-style ginger dipping sauce.
Simple sushi rice bowls - Another easy way to enjoy the comforts of homemade sushi without the hassle! Add your favorite ingredients for a simple nutritious meal!
We all know quite a lot about sushi: It is from Japanese origin…basic ingredients are raw fish and Japanese rice with sushi vinegar…then there are pieces of avocado, cucumber, nori seaweed sheets….We talk about sushi in general, but there are technical differences between sashimi, maki, temaki, etc….and the “famous” California rolls,...
We are fortunate that our god daughters yard is bountiful with Japanese eggplant.This is a favorite simple and quick dish of ours making use of the beautiful eggplant.Make it as spicy as you like adding your favorite oriental hot sauce. Serve with steamed rice or over your favorite noodles.
Get your slow cooker out of your pantry and put it to good use.This Slow Cooker Okinawan Shoyu Pork recipe seems better made in a slow cooker. Juicy, tender and yummy.