Traditional Hawaiian HaupiaBasil-Passion Barbecued PrawnsShrimp a’ la Ua HukaCinnamon Chicken

Traditional Hawaiian Haupia

Haupia is a traditional coconut milk-based Hawaiian dessert often found at luaus and other local gatherings in Hawaiʻi. Since World War II, it has become popular as a topping for white cake, especially at weddings. Search Click Here to Search Recipes   [monkeytools msnip="http://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Traditional Hawaiian Haupia16 - - coconut milk, milk (water can be substituted),…
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Basil-Passion Barbecued Prawns

Although impressively voluptuous, giant tiger prawns do not have the sweetness of a lobster. The zesty herb sauce lends a fresh, aromatic punch. As part of a casual mixed grill, serve the grilled prawns out of their shells with a bit of sweetness added from the passion fruit and ginger. A nice unique tasting and…
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Shrimp a’ la Ua Huka

Remove stems from mushroom. In a saucepan, cook 1 cup of heavy cream until reduced to half. Stir in chopped shallots, and cook for 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir in 1/2 cup coconut milk, cracker crumbs, shrimp, salt, black pepper, and dill. Stuff mushroom caps with shrimp mixture. Place in a shallow casserole…
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Cinnamon Chicken

This easy, dressed-up chicken has its roots in North African cooking, but has found it's way into Hawaiian kitchens. Its delicious flavorful warmth comes from cinnamon, turmeric, and chili powder. Search Click Here to Search Recipes [monkeytools msnip="http://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Cinnamon Chicken - - ground cinnamon, ground cloves, salt and pepper, to taste, boneless (skin on), vegetable oil,…
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