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Posted By: adoboloco.com

This recipe is a mix of old family info and my customization. The traditional Portuguese name for the meat portion is Vinha d’Alhos which is very similar to Pork Adobo but dryer. My version creates more sauce at the end.  Da Pocho Moco: 1 Batch ( you can always double or triple )....

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Posted By: tuxedocat.us

We traveled to Hawaii this summer because I was presenting at a conference for work. I have heard great things about the vegan options there and was happy to explore the islands to find vegan food. I was extremely pleased with a vegan loco moco that I had at the Downbeat Diner in Honolulu. Loco moco is a traditional ...

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Posted By: Sheila E.

This is a healthy, vegan, vegetarian version of one of my favorite dishes using fresh kale, sweet potatoes and black beans.  Its a hearty dish bursting with flavor!

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Posted By: Sheila E.

Looking for a healthy bite that packs a lot of punch and will fill you up?  Try these sweet potato burgers or keep it light as a lettuce wrap.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

Vegetable tempura soba, the perfect dish for rainy weather!

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Vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and ultra delicious chocolate Kona coffee mousse!!

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Posted By: K. Taako

Vegetarian stuffed eggplant - A simple yet elegant way to serve your favorite vegetables.

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Every Thanksgiving, we always end up with tons of leftover vingha d'ahlos, ham, turkey etc.  I love to fry up some of the leftovers and make fried rice.  My father is Portuguese and my mother Chinese so this dish is the both of best worlds!

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Posted By: M. Diaz de Perez

Can't have pasteles without gandule rice.  This is a vegetarian adaptation of this popluar Puerto Rican dish.

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Posted By: M. Diaz de Perez

Pasteles are very popular in hawaii and traditionally served at Christmas but in Hawaii, you can find them year-round... this is a vegetarian adaptation of this Puerto Rican dish.

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Posted By: Santiago

Spicy wings in a vinaigrette sauce inspired by the famous momofuku wings.

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Posted By: K. Taako

Here is another Vegetarian Tofu Pot Pie recipe that I found to share with all of you. Its from Phamfatale.com a very talented blogger. Substitute tofu for the traditional chicken component of pot pie, and you have yourself a vegetarian dish! Here is her recipe.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

I would have to say that this recipe is what Hawaii’s food culture is all about. Influences of different ethnic dishes combined to create a dish that will become a family favorite. A take on the very traditional Filipino adobo dish, but using beef instead. Onions and mushrooms are added for a one pot dish !

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Posted By: K. Taako

I saw this Vegetarian Char Siu Tofu recipe and had to share it with all of you.  Its from Phamfatale.com by a very talented blogger.  Here is her recipe.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

An angel of a friend, came with this Vietnamese-Style Fish Soup in hand on a cold day when I wasn’t feeling well. It was just the medicine I needed. Tangy and spicy; the garnish of the fresh lime was what put it over the top.

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Posted By: Deirdre K Todd

A dish enjoyed as an appetizer or sometimes as a main dish. A neighborhood Vietnamese Restaurant I frequent makes their version topped off with dried shallots and crispy fried garlic. Feel free to substitute with your favorite dipping sauce.

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I’m on a little bit of a quest to prove that you don’t need to put meat into everything to make it taste better. Here’s my proof.

 

Saint Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and I have already been feeling a little festive with the Guinness.  (see here.) ...

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The Sushi Rice Bowl is basically a sushi roll turned inside out in a bowl... no special sushi rolling skills required! Filled with healthy veggies, brown rice and seaweed, this bowl makes for a perfectly fortifying meal to help get you through the winter months. Add in some marinated tofu, tempeh or seitan you'll have a well-rounded one pot meal...

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Posted By: T. Tran
These Vietnamese Spring Rolls with fresh vegetables wrapped in rice paper, are a refreshing appetizer for any meal.
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