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This dish is one of the favorite meals of mine. I love beef teriyaki. Try this great recipe and wow family and friends alike! Enjoy.
Chef Liko Hoe illustrates how to make tasty and popular Squid Luau Hawaiian dish. Excellent with Lomi Salmon and Kalua Pig. Enjoy!
Food Network's Chopped Jr. Champion Liam Harkins joins host Lanai Tabura on Cooking Hawaiian Style making this tasty and simple seared ahi with a fresh mango salsa.
Liko Hoe of the Waiahole Poi Factory cooks up original Hawaiian favorite ho'io (fern shoot) salad. Give it a try, rest i assure you will love this tasty green salad.
Tender and tasy, Lanai and Kim Taylor Reece make this delicious fried adobo chicken wing recipe. This dish brings the best of both worlds together for a juicy, succulent fried chicken with the rich flavors of adobo locked in. Enjoy and share the aloha!
Nothing is more unique to Hawaii than li hing mui. Here is a delicious li hing mui cookie recipe from Deirdre Todd.
Inspired by tasty island recipe for crab & shitake sushi casserole.
I adjusted the ingredients and added a twist with the langostino for a slightly different flavor and a little more texure as well as green onions for color. The tobiko gives it a whole new dimension and takes you to back to y...
This amazing cake consists of: 20 layers of Light, moist and fluffy mochi crepes stacked with a coconut whipped pastry cream and topped with a guava strawberry sauce.
One of my favorite ways to eat lechon kawali is with tomatoes and onions. Lechon kawali is similar to the crispy Chinese roast pork - so feel free to use that as well. I just get mine from a Filipino restaurant or in Chinatown. You can also get a recipe off of this site as well and make your own.
I love brussels sprouts with bacon but I wanted to try something different so I decided to make this dish local-style using portuguese sausage. The flavor is absolutely wonderful and is the perfect combination of sweet, savory salty that I love so much!
With my busy schedule, I always turn to comfort foods that are quick and easy to prepare and that can be served again as leftovers...
A nice, tropical treat that will cool you down in no time! Coconut and Lychee make a nice combination! You can also put chopped up bits of young coconut and lychee in the sorbet if you like.
Try this twist on the popular andagi or Okinawan donut... the lemon zest gives the donut a fresh zing!
Came up with this recipe because I realized I really wanted to make Lu’au stew and low and behold, I did not have enough taro leaves. It came out winner because the spinach thickened it a little and it had the taste of lu’au as if spinach was not there.
A local twist on the classic chicken milanese... in this version, I use a chinese hot mustard-shoyu egg wash instead of the traditional dijon and top it with a teriyaki glaze.
Pumpkin, proscuitto made local-style... This is a very easy dish to prepare and is incredibly savory and tasty....perfect as an appetizer or side dish. You get sweet, savory, salty, buttery all in one!
The combination of zesty lime and spicy ginger is one that I love, especially in this sweet tart. Here the crust is flavored with ginger juice and finely chopped crystallized ginger, which gives it a subtle spiciness. It’s topped with a layer of tangy lime curd, which, in turn, is topped with a white chocolate-enri...
This is a light and refreshing dessert made with lychee and yogurt. It is rich and creamy and very simple to make.
My grandmother used to make a version of this cool refreshing lychee soda. Its really simple to make. She used to make it using fresh lychee, but you can enjoy this beverage all-year-long using canned lychees.