This is a nice hearty bread pudding made using dried out King's Hawaiian bread, pumpkin and coconut milk... bread pudding "Hawaiian Style"
Coconut and cantaloupe are two flavors that go extremely well together. If you love coconut or cantaloupe or both, this is a must-try recipe.
This is a version of loco moco that I actually found on a dolores chili brick package. I decided to try it and I use it to make chili all the time.... I love the seaonings and it is even better if you add ground beef and kidney beans to it.
A simple coconut curry recipe using what I call American yellow curry which is rich and buttery and not spicy.
Beautiful, flaky, coconut scones made with strawberry guava jam... a delightful breakfast bread!
Rich, buttery chocolate cookies made with chocolate chips, macadamia nuts and coconut.
Christmas pretzels, a great holiday treat made with pretzels, white chocolate and red and green icing.
Another easy crockpot recipe with a variation to make a rich brown gravy!!
I love coming home to the smell of dinner that has been slowly cooking all day long!!
I love making curry shumai with ground turkey for a slightly leaner appetizer!
Time to use up all of the summer zuchinni!! This cake has a nice, moist, firm texture ...slathered with cream cheese frosting!
An island twist on the Banoffee pie with the addition of coconut cream to the whipped cream making it a Cobanoffee pie: Coconut-Banana-Toffee!!
We've all had Chinese chicken salads, but the Chinese mustard vinaigrette really gives this version a nice kick!
This Crispy Baked Mahi Mahi with Mango Salsa is a light and easy dish perfect for spring and summer!!
For me, it isn't Easter without chocolate covered peanut butter eggs!!
Its like a coconut cream pie in the form of a cookie bar!!!
I love chili, but there is something special about chili mac! I think its because the macaroni gets cooked in the delicious chili and absorbs all of the wonderful flavors!! This is my comfort food!
This is one of the easiest dessert recipes which starts with a coconut cake base, pineapple, coconut cheesecake, then finished with coconut and pineapple topping!
I know the stereotype is that people in Hawaii eat only rice and it is somewhat true, but it is always a treat to eat potatoes and I especially love curried smashed potatoes!! I like using fingerling potatoes the most for this recipe, but any small potato will work nicely (Baby Reds, Baby Yukons, etc.)
This Coconut Pineapple Gratin makes a beautiful side dish or can even be served as a dessert.