Fried Saimin is the ultimate comfort food from Hawaii. Fried Saimin was brought to almost any potluck or it was simply whipped up at home for a quick meal. This recipe will help guide you to craft this beloved dish most locals crave for.
Looking for an easy pork kalua recipe? This recipe is easy enough for even the worst chef! Slow-cooked to perfection to impress your friends with this authentic Hawaiian dish made right in your crock pot, oven, or instant pot.
Inspired by Liliha’s Bakery, check out our delicious glazed poi donuts recipe! Tear into this onolicious donut made from poi. Coated with a sugary glaze, these delectable and addictive doughnuts are sure to “broke da mouth.”
Malasadas, oh Malasadas! These fluffy, golden, and irresistibly delicious fried doughnuts are a true delight for your taste buds. Straight from the heart of Hawaii, this iconic sweet treat has been satisfying cravings for generations. Whether you’re a fan of the classic plain version or love to experiment with different fillings, there’s a Malasada out there for everyone. Join us on this mouthwatering adventure as we show you how to make the perfect Malasadas that will have you coming back for more.
Craving a taste of home? Whip up this easy and delicious Sweet Portuguese Bread recipe – it’s so ono, you’ll want to share it with your neighbors just to show off your baking skills! Don’t worry, I won’t tell them how easy it was to make 😉
My Grandma always made Jai for Chinese New Years and has been a long time favorite dish my dad has enjoyed. Jai is a savory and onolicious vegetarian dish. Jai has been enjoyed in the islands for many years especially amongst the Chinese community.
Gon Lo Mein is a great noodle dish to bring to any party. What is the sauce on Gon Lo Mein that many have wanted to know here in Hawaii? It’s quite simple and delish!
Li Hing Mui gummy bears are a popular snack in Hawaii. A little mixture of the li hing mui powder with some gummies will make a wonderful sweet snack full of tangy, sweet and sour flavors.
One of my beloved comfort foods I love to cook is Beef Tomato. Beef Tomato has its origins from the Chinese immigrants who came to Hawaii during the plantation era. It is a quick and flavorful dish that can be easily whipped up in no time!
There are many different names for this sweet simple dish like kankanin, or bibingka. But the most common name is Biko. It takes time, effort, and a little love to make this sweet sticky rice treat. A beloved childhood dish to remind us all of those sweet Filipino aunties who loved us in Hawaii nei!