Chef James Aptakin from Mac24/7 and Food Network Star joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his famous ahi poke tacos.
World Champion surfer Carissa Moore and her papa Fred Lum join us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make this simple, yet amazing baked salmon.
Chef Nick Magaoay of the Four Seasons Resort on the island of Lanai joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make this spectacular crab crusted mahi mahi with a calamansi beurre blanc sauce that is to die for!
Winner of the Great Food Truck Race season 4 on the Food Network and Cut Throat Kitchen, you can find Chef Adam Tabura in Halawa in his new commercial kitchen cooking for the Aloha Plate food truck as well as private events.. He is creative, and keeps it simple and local like this dish he shares with us his recipe fo...
Chef Chris Manabe from Side Street Inn and grandson of the founder of Diamond Bakery makes his spam ahi dip with Diamond Bakery crackers.
Chef Nick Magaoay of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make a smoked salt seared ahi served on a watercress tofu salad.
Chef Wade Ueoka, the "W" in MW restaurant joined us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to prepare a dish that he actually serves in his restaurant: mochi crusted opakapaka. Wade and his wife Michelle take local comfort food to the next level at their highly-acclaimed restaurant.
Cooking Hawaiian Style's very own Chef Adam Tabura joins us with more amazing recipes including this easy-to-make tako (octopus) popcorn with a kim chee aioli. Chef Tabura continues to amaze me with his culinary creations.
Chef Adam Roman of the Four Seasons Resort Lanai join us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his own take on a dungeness crab cake served over a bed of fresh corn relish and a spicy ginger aioli. Be sure to catch Adam's episode on OC16.
Lee Anne Wong shares her popular recipe for her fried poke omelette that is served at her restaurant, Koko Head Cafe' on the set of Cooking Hawaiian Style.
Chef Jeff Vigilla whips up this amazing salmon dynamite recipe on the fly - He had 1 hour to come up with a menu from leftovers in our Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen and this is what he came up with - Brilliant!
Chef Adam & Makani join their brother and host of Cooking Hawaiian Style Lanai to make Moi, a Hawaiian fish that was highly regarded and reserved only for Hawaiian royalty.
Chef's Mavro & Shigekane visit us on Cooking Hawaiian Style and show us how to prepare a spicy ahi with aleppo aioli - this is local food stepped up! Be sure to catch their episode on Cooking Hawaiian Style! Vist ...
Perfect as an appetizer or served on a bed of spinach as a hearty salad.. topped with a zesty sriracha aioli!
Chef Adam Tabura makes a classic Hawaii-style preparation of steamed opakapaka.
Chef Adam Tabura shows us yet again how to make full use of a freshly caught opakapaka (snapper). For this delicious soup, he puts the leftover bones, skin and aromatics into a pot of boiling water to create this amazing soup!
Chef Adam Tabura shows us how easy and how many different ways you can serve up fresh opakapaka with this ono sashimi recipe as seen on OC16 and Cooking Hawaiian Style.
These mini shrimp toast bites pack a lot of punch and a lot of flavor starting with the garlic bread toast base which is slathered with homemade clam dip and topped with a spicy chipotle lime shrimp. You can make each component ahead of time and simply assemble before serving.
A simple coconut curry recipe using what I call American yellow curry which is rich and buttery and not spicy.
One of my favorite salads is from the California Pizza Kitchen - its a shrimp and crab miso salad. This is a quick version of that salad using a store-bought miso dressing. The salad is made with napa cabbage, cilantro, bean sprouts, edamame, crab meat, avocado, wontons and miso...
This is the second of 3 pokes that I made today. This one is a deconstructed California roll prepared poke-style.
"Carry Along" means this recipe is perfect to take with you to a barbecue and finish on the hibachi!
We used to buy the local clam dip and I always wondered how to make it?! Here is a simple recipe for a childhood favorite dip!
The best of all worlds, mushrooms stuffed with crab and wrapped in bacon!
I remember growing up in Hawaii, grabbing a handful of dried opae or dried shrimp...I loved the salty, shrimp flavor!!