Hawaiian Music star Sean Robbins joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make some of his favorite dishes including this easy-to-make Portuguese sausage fried rice. Be sure to catch Sean's episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style TV.
Gyoza made with Hawaii's favorite canned meat... Spam! If you love spam, you will love this recipe!
Simple, hearty soup made with lentils, ham or ham shanks and lentils - the perfect sunday dinner meal served with rice or bread.
Spam quiche - a simple quiche recipe with Hawaii's favorite meat...Spam! Perfect for breakfast, lunch, brunch..or whatever!
Now that I'm grilling weekly, I wanted to come up with a simple pupu-style dish that I could serve quickly while sitting around the hibachi cooking for my guests. The solution: a grilled pupu-sized sausage served on a grilled jalapeno, sitting on a thin crostini.
Spam potato salad. This recipe is a great pot luck dish, makes for a nice table presentation with the colors of peas and carrots.
Spaghetti carbonara made with a rich butter-miso sauce. The sweet salty miso paired with bacon or pancetta is simply irresistable.
Crispy spicy spareribs - when you are in the mood for something crunchy, spicy, sweet and delicious!
Its that time again, time to start bringing out the game-time and tailgate pupus!! This Shrimp Wrapped Portuguese Sausage is one of my favorites...its easy and delicious!
My sister’s variation of a cookout favorite.
If you want melt-in-your-mouth, succulent, juicy char siu pork, this is the only way to do it... in a pressure cooker. It will fall apart like pulled pork.
My Curves member, LeeAnn brought this dish one morning to share. It was nice and warm just out of the oven. It made a delicious morning snack with coffee.
Using 2 cheeses and the sausage turned the crescent dough into a rich and tasty appetizer.
Shared by: LeeAnn I.
This is a perfect example of a local style dish that has become popular at fancy restaurants.
This Sweet Sour Spare Ribsrecipe was given to me by former state senator John Ushijima in 1950 when we were both in Law school at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
Sapasui is the Samoan version of the Chinese Chop Suey and is a very popular dish and staple.
When I made this the other day for a party, people asked, "Who made the fried rice?" It's not exactly fried rice, it's cooked in a bamboo steamer--but the rice is fried a little before, so it might qualify as fried rice.
Recipe courtesy of Karolyn of
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.