Explore these ideas and more!

pai fala

Sago coconut milk cake - 200 ml of coocnut milk, 20 grams of pearl sago, 2 gelatine sheets, 35 grams of sugar! make the sago first then the sugar, coconut milk and gelatine and pour on top.

Disney World's Tongan Toast ~ Knock-off! - Or so she says...so good!

Grilled Hawaiian Chicken with Coconut Rice #grilled #chicken #recipe

Pani Popo Samoan Coconut Buns: King Arthur Flour...I like the party idea...Memosas and flipflops.

I've always loved Pai faina (pineapple pie) especially when my aunty made them! But I was always to embarrassed to ask for the recipe! Now that I found this , I'm most definitely going to try it!

Haupia Cake (Hawaiian coconut cake) ~ I could use a little Hawaii right about now.

Tongan faikakai (coconut caramel dumplings)! My daddy taught me how to make these when I was five :)

4 cups Watermelon 2 cups Pineapple 1 cup Coconut 1 cup Coconut milk 1 cup Coconut water 1 Lemon 1 cup Lime 1 tbsp Honey 1 handful Ice cubes

Bibingka Muffins: 1½ cups rice flour 1 tablespoon baking powder pinch of salt ¾ cup powdered sugar 3 eggs, beaten until thick and lemon-colored 1 cup coconut milk 4 tablespoons melted butter grated or scraped fresh coconut butter and sugar, optional

Oh My Goodness! TONGA TOAST!!! I found it. I used to get this every moring on vacation at Disney World at the Polynesian Resort! It is so very good. Nevermind my cinnamon allgergy and why I would feel so bad while we were there, it is the most amazing food! So sad my allergy is worse and I cannot have it. I may try a Tammy friendly version at home. The recipe is on the site. yum

My favorite Samoan food EVER. This whole site is full of the delish island foods I grew up with dad telling me about. I can't wait to make them!

I've been craving samoan food lately, and Pai Fala is definitely one that's been on my sweet tooth's list. Check out www.samoafood.com...it's an awesome blog of samoan recipes

EASY Apple Pie Bites made with crescent rolls... these taste better than apple pie!

Pork Adobo - I prefer my adobo as classic and plain as possible, with only one slight variation. You will find that it is also the easiest of versions to pull off (partly because I'm lazy, and partly because it is delicious in its simplicity). As with most Filipino dishes, it is frequently served over white rice. Enjoy!

This wonderful homemade pudding is from the menu of Mango Cafe in Suva, Fiji and features in the award-winning cookbook, Me’a Kai: The Food and Flavours of the South Pacific. "What I love about Kelara’s recipe is that the batter has mango flesh folded into it, so it is a very mangoey, moist, dense pudding. It’s fine served cold, but incredible served warm". Mango Pudding

Samoan coconut buns

tonga toast tonga toast tonga toast!

Samoan Pineapple Pie (Pai apa) - Umukuka - Village One Samoana

Oven Baked Chow Mein Noodles

Caprese appetizers- buffet idea