A simple local-style pasta with Portuguese sausage and a creamy tomato sauce. You can have a nice dinner in 30 minutes!
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.
Portagee-style breakfast skillet made home-style the way my grandma used to make. Its kind of like hash but with a rich tomato base. Top with a couple fresh eggs and you have an amazing breakfast or brunch!
I love chicken pot pies and I love the taste of green curry so I thought I would put the two together and came up with this recipe. I used leftover rotisserie chicken for this recipe, but you can use fresh chicken...just cook it longer. I keep it simple using a store-bought crust..you can make your own or even us...
This almond crusted mahi mahi made with a fresh apple relish is a healthy and tasty way to prepare fish - compliments of Magdy El-Zoheiry from A Splash of Aloha.
Chef Reno owner of Fresh Catch Hawaii has a line of bottled sauces. Black magic is a sauce like teriyaki which can be used for a variety of things. I tried his sauce for my teriyaki meatloaf which actually came out to be one of the best I ever tasted. It even is better than my recipe...
I've been craving the idea of a taro pancake that is light and fluffy and I came up with this adaptation of various recipes... I think these came out quite well - they taste even better with coconut syrup.
Aunty Lilikoi and Salty Wahine take it up a notch with this simple yet flavorful ahi with a spicy, sweet lilikoi chili sauce... amazing! This works with any type of fish.
This week in the Cooking Hawaiian Style kitchen, chefs John Iha and Axel Colobong from Hiroshi Eurasian Tapas join us. I was proud to have these young culinary local boys on the show, as they know their way around a kitchen.
One of my favorite fish is snapper, and these guys went ...
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