This season, we were thrilled to team up with the Four Seasons Resort Oahu in conjunction with Lanikuhonua to bring you a spectacular new season of Cooking Hawaiian Style. On this episode, we featured 3 of Four Season’s Chefs to showcase dishes that they were known for. This week we are sharing Chef Jobbie ...
Candied ginger, I wanted to make this for Chinese New Year but got a little too busy.
I know... the thought of a cookie filled with bbq pork?? But it is absolutely delicious... The sweet pork filling is surrounded by a crisp, flakey cookie dough and baked to perfection. A perfect dim sum treat!
I love fried chicken, especially on holidays like July 4th. I've been wanting to try this for a long time: marinate chicken in buttermilk and Noh Foods Chinese Roast Chicken Seasoning overnight and frying it up ... nice and crispy. The results were outstanding and delivered an e...
Ever wonder what to do with leftover chinese roast pork? I decided to cook my leftover crispy roast pork with Chinese broccoli and oyster sauce.
This dish is best made with leftover char siu chicken and day-old rice.
Char Siu. In Hawaii, we all grew up eating this in so many ways. A few slices in your saimin, chopped up in fried rice, straight from the meat hook at the China Town roast pork and char siu man's stand, inside a manapua (char siu bao).
A friend brought this over this past weekend and I just loved it and so easy to make.
Succulent, lip-smacking hoisin baked ribs.
One of my favorite dishes to bring to a cookout. Often enjoyed as a sandwich !
Recipes from “The Hawaii Farmers Market Cookbook Volume 2”; Le Bistro owner/executive chef Alan Takasaki.
This dish takes me straight to downtown Chinatown where you will find all kinds of succulent Chinese BBQ from roast pork, char siu and duck! This is a semi-traditional recipe with a slight Hawaii twist using Hawaiian Salt, Shoyu and Hawaiian chili peppers for a little kick!
This is a quick and easy stir fry than can be made in 10-15 minutes!!
This is the typical soy sauce braised chicken that you will find in most Cantonese restaurants in Hawaii. Cantonese style chicken is similar to shoyu chicken, but it has a different flavor profile that includes chinese five spice.
Minute chicken got its name because it literally well...kind of take just a minute to flash cook this simple Chinese dish.
I love chicken fried rice, well I like any type of fried rice!
Another take on an island favorite - Shoyu chicken but with a Cantonese or Chinese twist. Shoyu chicken recipes have evolved over the years with everything added and with every variation of shoyu chicken that you could possibly think of. Here is another rendition of shoyu chicken for you to try.
A trip to Chinatown just isn’t complete until you find yourself walking in and out of stores holding a pink piece of butcher paper; snacking on Char Siu Roast Pork. I love the flavors on dark meat chicken as well, cooked on a charcoal grill. A plate lunch favorite !
We all grew up eating ginger chicken in Hawaii which is usually served chilled. This is a spicy version of a very popular Chinese chicken dish. I enjoy this often on a green salad or on a bed of chilled noodles.
Chinese five spice chicken - Fried chicken seasoned with Chinese 5 spice - I had a similar dish recently at a wedding buffet at one of our Waikiki Hotels. Knowing this hotel a popular Chinese Restaurant on the property, I went back and picked up a take out o...
Char Siu Pastry is perfect as an appetizer or a side dish for a nice chinese meal or brunch.
If you haven't tried papaya seed dressing, you really have to try it...its absolutely delicious and really peps up this chicken salad.
This is a colourful, vegetable-packed noodle dish with a multitude of different textures. Once the vegetables have been prepared, it is very quick to assemble and cook.
Chinese pretzels or tong wan is one of my favorite snacks. It brings back fond memories of celebrating Chinese New Year with my family.