How to make Haupia (a traditional hawaiian pudding dessert) easy!

How to make Haupia (a traditional hawaiian pudding dessert) easy!

Haupia is a staple dessert of luau. It is creamy and rich like pudding but firm enough to make in a mold, like jello. For a luau, the haupia is usually poured into large rectangle pans and then cut into squares and served.

How to make kulolo.  So going to do this but I will probably grate the kalo first and let them help do the rest

How to make kulolo. So going to do this but I will probably grate the kalo first and let them help do the rest

Pineapple Pudding Cake (also known as Hawaiian Wedding Cake!) | Recipes | The Pretty Blog

Pineapple Pudding Cake (also known as Hawaiian Wedding Cake!)

Sweet, slightly creamy Hawaiian Pineapple Coconut Cashew Rice COOKED IN pineapple juice, crushed pineapple and coconut milk, brightened by cilantro, lime and roasted cashews – HEAVENLY! An easy side for any main dish and impressive enough for company.

Pineapple Coconut Cashew Rice

Sweet, slightly creamy Hawaiian Pineapple Coconut Cashew Rice COOKED IN pineapple juice, crushed pineapple and coconut milk, brightened by cilantro, lime and roasted cashews – HEAVENLY! An easy side for any main dish and impressive enough for company.

Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp Recipe.  This recipe is similar to the Hawaii Shrimp Truck Garlic Shrimp Plates you can get in Paradise!

Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp

Hawaiian Garlic Shrimp Recipe. This recipe is similar to the Hawaii Shrimp Truck Garlic Shrimp Plates you can get in Paradise!

If 2015 was the year that acai bowls hit mainstream, spreading from niche juice shops and hippie-vibe cafés to Jamba Juice, poke is the bowl food to watch for in 2016. A traditional Hawaiian seafood preparation — take bite-size pieces of raw fish like ahi tuna, salmon, or octopus, marinade it in soy sauce and in essence you have poke (pronounced POH-keh) — poke was (and continues to be) a major trend in the Los Angeles dining scene last year.

Poke Bowl With Avocado

If 2015 was the year that acai bowls hit mainstream, spreading from niche juice shops and hippie-vibe cafés to Jamba Juice, poke is the bowl food to watch for in 2016. A traditional Hawaiian seafood preparation — take bite-size pieces of raw fish like ahi tuna, salmon, or octopus, marinade it in soy sauce and in essence you have poke (pronounced POH-keh) — poke was (and continues to be) a major trend in the Los Angeles dining scene last year.

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