Korean-Style kim chee, potato pancakes using Hawaii's favorite Halm's kim chee and making a simple sauce using Halm's new Korean poke sauce or sriracha.
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.
Another great recipe by A DASH of Aloha cookbook co-author Alyssa Moreau - brought to you by AlohaCare. Visit AlohaCare.org to see how AlohaCare is involved in the community.
AlohaCare brings us another great healthy and affordable dessert - Orange Pannacotta with fresh papaya - a refreshing island treat made with low fat milk and fresh fruit. Visit
This Malted Pretzel Crunch is a great treat for game night or just for snacking. Anything with malt will always and forever remind me of my mom because she orders a malt over a shake anywhere we go. Recipe courtesy of Christy from
This coconut ginger cake has sugar and spice, and everything nice.. a simple yet comforting cake with hints of caramel and coconut!
Its game time again and I have the perfect appetizer: Buffalo Shrimp Cocktail! Super easy to make and tons of flavor!
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.
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