This is a classic way to prepare Onaga or Hawaiian red snapper ..first by steaming, then searing the fish with hot oil and herbs.
Shrimp canton - Hawaii's version of the classic sweet & sour shrimp.
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.
Classic fried sesame balls, the kind you would find at the manapua or dim sum restaurants.
A Sweet & Sour version of probably the most popular old time Chinese Restaurant Beef Broccolidish which I must admit, I still enjoy often.
A quintessential dish that my favorite neighborhood restaurant serves over cake noodle. A very easy dish to prepare with no time on your hands. I always make sure I have these pantry items on hand always. Feel free to use bone in chicken, similar to how most restaurants prepare this dish.
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
This Shoyu Fried Noodles is a quick throw-together dish that is simple to make and can be made with whatever you have in the house.
A go to dipping sauce to have on hand. Great served with fried Spring Rolls, any fried or steamed dumplings.
A quick and easy, yet very flavorful Spicy String Beans vegetarian dish. Enjoy as an entrée of as a side dish with grilled meats.
A quick and easy, yet very flavorful Spicy Eggplant Stir-Fry vegetarian dish. Enjoy as an entrée of as a side dish with grilled meats.
This delicious stuffed bitter melon soup recipe was provided compliments of world famous Chef Chai of Chai's Island Bistro, Dining Out with Chai & Singha Thai Restaurant.