Almond FloatMun DooChicken or Squid LuauChicken and Long Rice

Almond Float

One of our favorite summer desserts is the Almond Float. Many used to eat it with canned fruit cocktail, although we are not sure why. Perhaps when this dessert was first made by Chinese families that immigrated to the U.S., fresh fruit was not readily available so the syrup that canned fruit comes with also…
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Mun Doo

Mun doo or korean potsticker is great on a cold and rainy day in the islands, and yes they do occur on occasion. You will often see flowing lines of customers outside restaurant doors, waiting for their bowls of hot soup and noodles. While the Korean mun doo is typically served as an appetizer, it…
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Chicken or Squid Luau

A yummy Hawaiian dish made of chicken or squid and luau leaves cooked in coconut milk until tender. Search Click Here to Search Recipes     [monkeytools msnip="https://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Chicken or Squid Luau - - luau, water, coconut milk, salt, cooked chicken or squid, Wash luau thoroughly; remove stems and fibrous parts of veins.; Place wash leaves…
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Chicken and Long Rice

Delcicious Chicken Long Rice Recipe made in a traditonal Hawaiian style with ginger and onions, a unique and popular dish at Hawaii Luaus. Search Click Here to Search Recipes     [monkeytools msnip="https://memochimp.com/memo.php?u=2638&p=1854"][wpurp-searchable-recipe]Chicken and Long Rice - - chicken thighs, water, salt, ginger root (minced), large onion (finely chopped), chicken bouillon cubes, long rice, green…
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