Hawaiian Pride Charsiu Sauce
Hawaiian Pride Charsiu Sauce Posted by: Pomai of Tasty Island Food Blog If you’ve ever made your own Charsiu (Chinese sweet roast pork; also spelled Char-Siu or Char Siu), chances are you either have your own traditional family recipe (an Ancient Chinese Secret®), or, you’ve used one of several ready-to-use store-bought marinade/sauce brands on the market. tastyislandhawaii...
Nori Chips and Poke
Are you totally over kale chips? Nori chips are incredibly simple to make and packed with vitamins and fiber. They’re perfect simply as a snack or as a canvas for poke, a Hawaiian raw tuna tartare. These nori chips are a little thicker because I use two sheets of seaweed. You could make them even […]
Hawaiian Macaroni Salad Side Dish Recipe
Throw out what you know of the bland mayo mess that too often passes for macaroni salad, this Hawaiian is designed to maximize flavor and texture to create a side dish worth to sit next to barbecue.
Hawaiian-Style Kalbi Ribs Recipe - Food.com
Aloha! I started making these when we lived in Hawaii and they are still one of my favorite things to grill. The recipe comes from "A Taste of Aloha" by the Junior League of Honolulu. Cooking time includes marinating time but not actual grilling time since it's up to the chef.
Hawaiian Saimin History and Recipe
Hawaiian Saimin is a favorite local fast food of the Hawaiian islands (also known as the national dish of Hawaii). It is considered the supreme comfort food of the Islands, eaten at any time of day. You can find Hawaiian Saimin at snack bars, coffee shops, and even on the McDonald's menu (in Hawaii only). Saimin is basically an inexpensive noodle and broth soup, similar to Japanese ramen.In Hawaii, you will get the real thing, fresh, thin white noodles in a clear broth with green onions…
Hawaiian Style Chicken Katsu
Ingredients: 8-10 pieces boneless Chicken thighs (for a healthier recipe, use boneless/skinless thighs) but with the skin on its what gets it crispy! 2 large Eggs 1 C Flour 1 1/2 C Panko bread crumbs Garlic salt to taste Pepper to taste 1 tsp ajinomoto/MSG (optional) Canola oil for frying Dipping Sauce: 3 Tbps Ketchup 1-2 Tbps Worchestershire sauce 1 tsp Shoyu 1-3 tsp Tabasco to taste For sauce, mix ketchup, Worchestershire sauce, shoyu, and tabasco. Cooking Instructions: Heat about a 1/2…
Mom's Somen Salad Recipe by SueAnn
Great recipe for Mom's Somen Salad. My mother inlaw was a lovely Japanese American lady. She would make sushi, ribs and all sorts of delicious Japanese foods for New Year's. It's a family tradition that I'm doing my best to follow. Mom's Somen Salad is one of our favorites, and I hope you'll love it too! Happy New Year!
Oven Baked Chow Mein Noodles
In the Oven ?? I had first “seen” this Chow Mein Noodles dish at a children’s after school game, brought by one of the mom’s. It was such a popular dish, with all the other mom’s asking for the recipe.