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Favorite Hawaiian-Style Recipes

Some of my favorite Hawaiian and Hawaii Regional Cooking recipes which includes dishes from almost every ethnicity that you would find in Hawaii. More recipes on http://cookinghawaiiantyle.com
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PALU SAMI - A traditional Samoan dish of wrapped bundles of taro leaves with a coconut and onion filling. Sometimes made with chicken or fish along with the coconut. Very similar to our Hawaiian lau lau, this particular version is made with corned beef. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/RwFC304kwfV

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SINFUL COCONUT CAKE - A very simple and easy recipe; using packaged cake mix is a sure crowd pleaser. Very rich and filled with lots of local flavors. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/AxPK3041PuZ

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SWEET POTATO MOCHI PATTIES - Most of these never make it to the table. Yummy mochi treat that’s fried! The sweet potatoes add such a great flavor and texture to this dessert good to snack on all day long. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/F2dJ301DQVU

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Maui Style Manju - Similar to our traditional azuki bean filled manju, the variety that the island of Maui has become famous for has a much richer crust. A great snack treat! Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/g0QD301DQwC

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7th GRADE MALASADAS - We all grew up enjoying Malasadas. I was fortunate that we lived near the neighborhood where our most famous bakery still was and still is today. We all got excited when we saw that pink box coming thru the front door, we knew what we were about to get treated with. This short-cut recipe comes from my Home Economics class. We all felt so proud to have made them ourselves, with bread no less. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/Z7j5301DPWn

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Orange Jello Kanten - Kanten is a Japanese gelatin dessert, traditionally made from agar agar. Gelatin works just fine and the outcome is identical. A great variation of the standard plain kanten, the orange wedges and sherbet make this a very popular recipe. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/6vZ3301DR52

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CARAMEL MACADAMIA NUT POPCORN - A very popular snack recipe here. This Caramel Macadamia Nut Popcorn is our version of Poppycock that you can find on all the store shelves. Sweet, crunchy and rich, you won’t be able to stop snacking on this. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/i8PR3041PNP

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PIPIKAULA - A favorite pupu for us here in the islands. Our style of beef jerky, salty and chewy. Traditionally smoked, this is a home version. Make this in big batches and keep in your freezer to have ready to take along to unexpected gatherings. You can eat it just as is, or fry it up until crispy. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/Gkd8304kw2z

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PINEAPPLE COCONUT PIE - An old school, passed around recipe. I can’t remember, but I think I have had this Pineapple Coconut Pie recipe for over ….well, it’s an island favorite. Simple island flavors and easy to prepare. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/dw4V3041OUF

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DIRT PIE - I had the pleasure of working with a talented former Army Chef. While he has since taken on another occupation, I always looked forward to our talks about the meals he prepared for the upperclassmen during his missions abroad. This Dirt Pie is one of the recipes he loves to prepare for his young nephews. Classic ingredients, very simple, very yummy. Get this recipe by clicking on the link below: http://ow.ly/8Bb83041OdU

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