What does “Hapa” mean?
Hapa in Hawaiian means half. Often you’ll hear it used as, “Hapa Haole” which means half white. Since I’m hapa haole, I cook foods that are both Hawaiian and American to create amazing Luaus for your next event!
Pick 1 main dish, 2 side dishes, 1 salad
Pick 2 main dishes, 3 side dishes, 2 salads
Pick 3 main dishes, 5 side dishes, all salads
SPAM Musubi- Hawaii’s favorite snack! A bed of rice topped with a glazed slice of SPAM wrapped in nori.
Soy Bacon-wrapped Water Chestnuts- Water chestnuts wrapped in bacon and marinated in sweet soy sauce.
Sautéed Sesame Cabbage- Traditionally served with Kaula Pork, sautéed and lightly charred cabbage with sweet soy sauce, topped with black and white sesame seeds.
White/ Brown Rice
Chicken Long Rice- Asian vermicelli noodles cooked in an aromatic chicken broth, pieces of chicken, mushrooms and onions.
SPAM Fried Rice- White or brown rice sautéed with vegetables, soy sauce, eggs and SPAM.
Poi- Fermented smashed taro root.
Mac Salad- Macaroni noodles, sweet onions, green onions, chicken, and carrots tossed in a mayo based sauce.
Asian Green Salad- Lettuce, red cabbage, and napa cabbage tossed in a sweet ginger dressing, topped with crispy wontons, and oranges.
Mixed Fruit Salad- Seasonal fruit with a sweet, sour, salty side of Li Hing Mui to sprinkle on top.
P.O.G.- Passion, orange, and guava juice.
Mango Sweet Tea- Black iced tea sweetened with mango.
Haupia- A silky smooth coconut pudding that is thickened with gelatin, served as cubes sprinkled with toasted coconut on top.
Guava Cake- A sheet cake of sweet guava cake, with a whipped cream frosting, topped with guava jelly.
Haupia Cake- A coconut sheet cake, with a whipped cream frosting, topped with a layer of Haupia.
Butta Mochi- Butter mochi is a traditional Hawaiian treat, it is made with a high glutenous rice flour called Mochiko Flour.
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