This week in the Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen, chefs John Iha and Axel Colobong from Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas join us. I was proud to have these young culinary local boys on the show, as they know their way around a kitchen.
One of my favorite fish is snapper, and these guys went ...
Nothing makes me happier than to create recipes that use products that are made in Hawaii. Island Princess Hawaii Makani bars are made with mo...
Imitation crab and tofu balls make the perfect party appetizer and is a slightly healthier alternative to its fried counterpart.
Adapted from a recipe I enjoyed while staying at a Bread & Breakfast spot in Sonoma, this version incorporates all the favorite flavors of the islands, pineapple, coconut and macadamia nuts (I ran out of macadamia nuts so I used walnuts today). Make big batches to share with your neighbors
There is simply a deliciousness about oven dishes made with mayonnaise. Topped onto fish or seafood is wonderful. I had a similar special of the day lunch at a local restaurant, that served their version on top of a bed of garlic pasta. Rich and flavored with local seasoning, this is a popular no fuss dish.
Imitation Crab Tempura Rolls - A great local-style pupu alternative to egg rolls.
Prime rib roast cooked Hawaiian style - shoyu, sesame oil, hawaiian salt & cracked pepper. With a fail-proof cooking method.
This is a nice island twist to the classic chicken cordon bleu. This version incorporates ground macadamia nuts and coconut into the crispy coating and topped with a macadamia nut butter sauce.
I was craving poke and kamaboko one day so I decided to throw a bunch of stuff together and came up with this delicious poke... great for those that don't like raw fish. I made it with kamaboko (fish cake), imitation crab, sea weed, fried and shredded aburage and smoked prepared tako.
It is not too often that I have an abundance of overripe papayas. But once in a while, it happens. This is a great recipe to make use of any you might have.
If you love mele macs like I do, you will love these crispy, crunchy cookies with crushed Mele Macs (chocolate, toffee & macadamia nuts)!!
Like any type of poke, this one is a crowd pleaser, especially for those that don't like raw fish. I also made this using Alakan king crab meat and it was amazing!