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...
Makua Rothman, 2015 World Big Wave Champion shares his healthy taegu salad which he learned from his wife. Healthy eating is a big part of Makua's training regiment and Makua shows us how easy it is to eat healthy.
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...
Mike Irish - the owner of Halm's Enterprises, Keoki's Lau Lau & Diamond Head Seafood makes a local favorite: kalua pork (Hawaii's version of pulled pork), kim chee fried rice. Watch this episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style!
Korean-Style kim chee, potato pancakes using Hawaii's favorite Halm's kim chee and making a simple sauce using Halm's new Korean poke sauce or sriracha.
Simple way to serve tofu....Korean-style!
A nice twist on the buffalo wing, this is my simple Kim Chee wing recipe wrapped with bacon. For the seasoning, I use Noh Foods Kim Chee seasoning and a few other ingredients.
Cook up a batch of these delicious Korean spicy wings for your next party or get together ... certain to be a hit!
This is one of those really simple recipes that really exemplifies what Hawaii is about. You have a potentially mexican dish, topped with Korean-style kim chee shrimp on a bed of lettuce and lomi tomato vinaigrette (Hawaii spin on salsa)... Fun!
A family favorite - Korean-Style fried tofu. The perfect side dish for any meal!
I love this dish because it brings together all of the flavors and ingredients that I absolutely love... pork, noodles, blackbean sauce...
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.
Korean BBQ made easy using NOH Foods Korean Barbecue Seasoning Mix! Cooking was never easier!
Korean favorite! Everyone has a different twist to their recipe!
I was in the mood for wings that were extra crispy, but without the thick flour batter and with a little zip... I've been wanting to try using this kim chee base which I discovered about a month ago. The wings turned out absolutely delicious and it was exactly what I was hoping for.
I was checking out the asian market on the way home looking for some ingredients for some ideas that I'm working on and decided to pickup a bottle of kimchee base (kimchee no moto). When I got home, I opened the bottle to taste it and I couldn't believe how good it tasted. I wanted to drink the bottle of this stu...
This Kim Chee Fried Rice by far another favorite in my house that I always make. If it was up to me I would be making fried rice everything, everyday. Just as in regular fried rice there are so many variations and ingredients that you can use.
A Ono Korean Kalbi recipe shared with me by my friend's grandmother. She tells me the addition of the grated onion and pear is key to a traditional recipe.
I am fortunate to live walking distance to our "Korea Town." This is a dish I see pictured in all the windows of the neighborhood Korean restaurants. A great "day after" dish.
Korean braised chicken - This Korean braised chicken recipe makes a wonderful cold night dish. Feel free to add chiles and koo chu jang sauce to your heat liking.
A favorite pot luck dish to bring to a cookout. Feel free to substitute chicken breasts, beef shortribs, pork country style ribs or cutlets.
Simple recipe for kim chee shrimp poke, I also like to add cucumber kim chee, daikon chopped up and tossed into the poke.
Korean Kim Chee Dip - an easy 3 ingredient dip. Unusual and a delicious dip that is prepared in mere seconds!
I don't know where the term "jun" came from, but I suspect its from the Korean word jeon (jun) for pancake. Meat jun which seems to be a Hawaii-Korean dish is made of thin strips of marinated beef dipped in egg, flour, then pan fried. Great for potlucks and picnics as it tastes great hot or cold.
An island favorite Kim Chee Mussel Poke!!