Big fat burn problem soldev by our pharmcists that we are now can avice you to visit and adipex online best pharma store.

Cooking Hawaiian Style - Recipes

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z | All
No Image Available1

This refrigerator oatmeal is easy to make. Simply mix the ingredients in a bowl, put into individual serving jars or dishes and allow to set overnight in the refrigerator. In Hawaii, poi is such an important staple - it is part of who we are as Hawaiians and I think its important for us to embrace the past, but also the future and in finding new...

Print   Add to Printer248 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Looking for an ono and delicious chicken recipe for your next party or gathering? Try this simple-to-make poke-style chicken wings recipe. They are crispy, salty, savory - fried extra crispy, then tossed in a simple Aloha shoyu, sesame oil, Hawaiian salt, chili flakes, ogo and inamona - OR - just cheat and use Noh Fo...

Print   Add to Printer505 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Poi kulolo krisps were created by mistake one day when I was trying to make a kulolo type fruit leather made with poi. The result was these delicious poi kulolo krisps. They are a cross between brittle, milk candy with flavors of coconut, macadmia nuts, kulolo and poi.    Poi kulolo krisps make the perfect treat for home as well as for holiday...

Print   Add to Printer291 Times Printed
No Image Available1

This is a re-creation of a traditional Thanksgiving or holiday dish called pumpkin cruch that I changed up to include Taro Brand poi and poi pancake mix for the crust. The result was amazing!

Print   Add to Printer587 Times Printed
No Image Available1

For those of you that live in the mainland and want to be able to make fresh poi any time of year, you really need to try pai'ai. Pai'ai is taro that has been hand pounded with very little water. It will last indefinitely in an airtight pouch kept in a cool place. For those of you that live in Hawaii, once you try po...

Print   Add to Printer266 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Pork long rice - a quick and easy meal that you can prepare in less than 30 minutes.  You can make it with pretty much whatever you like... omit the meat and serve as a side dish.

Print   Add to Printer1592 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Pork hash katsu - I don't know what my obsession is lately with pork hash, but I've had hamburger katsu, spam katsu so why not pork hash katsu?  Super easy to make and very tasty!  This version is simply pan fried instead of deep frying.

Print   Add to Printer407 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Pork Hash Loco Moco - I love the taste of pork hash or gau gee filling and decided to make a loco moco using the pork hash filling instead of a hamburger patty, covered with killer brown gravy and topped with an egg.

Print   Add to Printer224 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Only in Hawaii will you find potato macaroni salad.  I know that there are a lot of different versions so here is a basic recipe that I use... feel free to add in whatever you like.

Tags:
Print   Add to Printer2224 Times Printed
No Image Available1

I'm not sure if people really know or have heard of the Poha berry.  Its a berry that grows on a vine in Hawaii and can usually be found in jams and jellies. I will be posting other recipes with poha berries/poha jam.

Tags:
Print   Add to Printer144 Times Printed
No Image Available1

This is a pretty simple recipe for porkhash...I also use the same filling for crispy gau gee (fried wontons).  I like to add some dashi or powdered soup base to the mix for extra flavor.

Print   Add to Printer1231 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Portuguese Sausage & Clam Stew - back to the portagee (portuguese) roots... I had this dish many years ago in Boston where there is a large Portuguese community.

Print   Add to Printer145 Times Printed
No Image Available1

Is your mouth watering yet?  Just the thought of pickled mango makes my mouth water.  It reminds me of the days going to the crackseed center or the countless summer days making up various concoctions of shoyu mango. 

 

Some like it sweet, some like it sour.  Pickled...

Tags:
Print   Add to Printer3682 Times Printed
No Image Available1

On a recent visit, my father decided to cook dinner for us.  He decided to make one of his favorite soups.  I don't know what its really called, but it is so incredibly delicious!!  It is made with St. Louis style ribs, watercress and eggplant in a very hearty broth seasoned with onions, tomatoes and patis or fish sauce.  It doesn't get any ...

Print   Add to Printer141 Times Printed