I bet you have a lot of what you need to make the perfect poke bowl already in your fridge. Top that with my renditions of my favorite poke place in Hawaii, and kani salad, set out the toppings and let the family build their own because the only perfect poke bowl is the poke bowl you build yourself.
Huli Huli Chicken is easy to make at home. It all starts with a marinade that is sweet from the pineapple juice, gingery, with just a hint of spice.
Growing up and only being knee high to the bakery display at Zippy’s, I only knew haupia cake to also be topped with my favorite coconut pudding.Haupia (how-pee-ah), is a thick coconut pudding that is usually served as squares at the end of a luau buffet line, a perfect little sweet coconut bite to finish a heavy meal is perfect.The most modern interpretation of haupia is haupia cake, where it is used as a filling, in a white cake topped with whip cream icing.
Butter mochi is a traditional Hawaiian treat, it is made with a high glutenous rice flour called Mochiko Flour. Like most Hawaiian food Butter Mochi is a fusion of different cultures who most likely met on in a plantation village. My guess on how butter mochi has come to be is that it is a hybrid of Japanese Mochi and Filipino Bibingka.
When I was 7, my dad forced me to quit gymnastics which I LOVED. I even did so well that there was talk about me trying out for the competitive team; I’m not still bitter or anything. Now that I’m a parent, I’m thinking they were just trying to get more money out of myContinue reading “Asparagus Glass Noodles”
Filipino spring rolls made of dreams and rainbows, these are addictive AF. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
The thing that I love about filipino food is that it’s hard to nail down exactly what that is because so many other countries have introduced their own foods to the Philippines and we’ve made it our own. Every family has their own version of every filipino dish and this is no exception. These are our Banana Lumpia or Turon.
An addictive mix of saltly umami crunch, and buttery popcorn.
Hawaiian Fried Rice, there is no Pineapple but there is the the trifecta of the island’s favorite meats Spam, Portuguese sausage, and lap cheong.
Authentic Hawaiian in under 30 minutes, with leftovers! This dish was brought to Hawaii from Chinese immigrants who introduced Hawaii to Cellophane Noodles (Glass noodles, bean thread noodles, or Chinese vermicelli).