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A quick and easy side dish - Eggplant coated in a flavorful egg wash and flash fried to golden crisp!
This is delicious served with hot rice and steamed veggies, but even better made into little sandwich wraps with Buttermilk Scallion Flatbread. ¬†Recipe courtesy of Lori Ikeda from www.guavarose.com. ¬...
Simple way to serve tofu....Korean-style!
Salted cod is one of my favorite things to eat and it is a dish that is very important to the Portuguese. ¬†Fried cod fritters is one of my favorite ways of eating salt cod. ¬†They are also great fried up as patties for a fish burger with tartar sauce.
Simple and ono pupu (appetizer), perfect for sitting around the hibachi drinking beers with da bruddahs. ¬†Easy to make ahead of time and grill when ready.
Growing up was the best in Hawaii...easy dinner by going river and catching a bucket full of crayfish. It's a little time consuming to eat but awesome for pupus and beer on the side. Most Asian markets sell them fresh, my kids love when I bring them home alive. Does not taste the same when they are frozen but you sur...
I tried these at a party and had to try making them. ¬†I love anything with taro in it.
Try Chef Adam Tabura's adobo fried rice spam musubi created for Spam brand as part of the Aloha Plate recipe collection which can be found on Spam's website:¬†http://www.spam.com/recipes/Aloha-PlateTags:Spam Local 0 0ReportShareTweetPrint Add to Printer75 Times Printed
Chef Adam Tabura shows us how easy and how many different ways you can serve up fresh opakapaka with this ono sashimi recipe as seen on OC16 and Cooking Hawaiian Style.
I made these oven baked chicken wings to take to a party--they were so easy--I combined ingredients I had in my spice cupboard to make a rub, liberally sprinkled it onto a pan of chicken wings and baked them--that's it! ¬†Recipe courtesy of Karolyn at
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