Hawaiian Macadamia Nuts
Hula Baby Biscotti - SAVE NOW!!
The Art of Island Cuisine*
Listen To 99.1 FM Hawaii No Ka Oi
Order All Of Your Favorite Foods Online
Time to get out that turkey carcass and make some soup! There are many names for this soup. We used to call it chook, but I think most people call it Jook or Congee. This is a traditional Chinese rice soup. It brings me back to spending New Years day with the Kauhane's who made a HUGE pot of jook every year with all of the condiments... I miss those days eating jook with Dad-Kauhane and Aulani... This one is in memory of you both...
3 quarts of water
1 cup of rice, washed
1 small piece of ginger root, crushed
1 Tbsp salt
4 green onions, chopped
1 bunch of Chinese parsley, chopped (Cilantro)
Garnish: cilantro, fried onions, chopped meats ie. char siu, roast pork, eggs, whatever you feel like...and don't forget...shoyu!!
Simmer turkey and water in a large pot until turkey falls off the bones. Strain into another pot to remove small bones. Reserve turkey meat. Add water to broth or canned broth to make 3 quarts since some water simmered away.
Add meat, rice and ginger root to broth. Bring to a boil, then simmer about 1 hour.Stir it occasionally. Add salt, green onion and cilantro just before serving. Have garnishes ready..
Hawaiian Recipes - Copyright © 2011-12 Cooking Hawaiian Style. All rights reserved with their respective brands. Created by Hawaiian Style - Hawaiian Recipes. Powered with Aloha.