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Grammy award winner and 5 time Na Hoku Hanohano award winner Kawika Kahiapo joined us in the kitchen from the Four Seasons Resort Ko Olina making us one of his favorites, kalo poke. Kalo or taro is so versatile and I think most people only think of using it one or two ways.
Chef James Aptakin from Mac24/7 and Food Network Star joins us on Cooking Hawaiian Style to make his famous ahi poke tacos.
Make 3 different kinds of poke using 3 Noh Foods products: Ahi Poke, Tako Poke and Salmon Poke. Watch Raymond Noh of Noh Foods as he shows us how to mix up some killer poke in minutes on Cooking Hawaiian Style on www.OC16.tv
Olena Heu makes her bombucha salad with seared ahi poke and a lilikoi vinaigrette on Cooking Hawaiian Style's new cooking show on www.OC16.tv
Kimchi, also spelled kimchee or gimchi, is a traditional fermented Korean side dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as "spicy" or "sour".
Another simple poke creation made with steamed mussels, clams, shoyu, sesame oil and pickle maui onions w/ogo.
Ahi poke served with nori tempura chips, a great way to serve fresh poke for the holidays!
Ahi rice balls make the perfect appetizer using fresh ahi wrapped with sushi rice to form a rice ball, coated with panko, flash fried and drizzled with a creamy spicy sauce!!
I was craving poke and kamaboko one day so I decided to throw a bunch of stuff together and came up with this delicious poke... great for those that don't like raw fish. I made it with kamaboko (fish cake), imitation crab, sea weed, fried and shredded aburage and smoked prepared tako.
This Poke Served on Edible Wonton Spoons is a clever way to serve your favorite poke or just about any appetizer that will fit on a spoon. The spoons are made out of wonton skins so they are edible!!
This Brown Rice Tofu Poke is for those that love the taste of poke but are looking for a vegetarian or healthier option.
This Helena's Ahi Opihi Poke is a recipe that I found many years ago and love to make on special occasions as opihi are very expensive and hard to get.
Simple, yet satisfying meal that is served at popular plate lunch and food truck grindz!
A simple dish that can be served as shown, as a salad or even smaller portioned appetizers. This is so easy to make.... fresh poke, crisp wonton layers and crisp, fresh pickled vegetables make this a standout dish!
My family are huge fans of spicy foods. Tasting this dish took me by surprise, but I loved it. Shared by a native from Samoa, she called this their version of “poke.” The leftovers are great fried !
Simple recipe for kim chee shrimp poke, I also like to add cucumber kim chee, daikon chopped up and tossed into the poke.
Looking for something different? Try flavorful and delicious poke tempura... a great way to enjoy poke!
An island favorite Kim Chee Mussel Poke!!