A Classic Loco Moco

Loco Moco Feature

One of Hawaii’s classic dish is loco moco. Everyone and their dog has come across this simple and filling dish. Basically it is rice, hamburger patty, gravy, and an egg. Boom! Right there is your classic loco moco. Although it is an easy dish, this will leave anyone happy with a full stomach.

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Chicken Katsu

Chicken Katsu

Chicken katsu is a popular Hawaiian local dish. It originated from Japan but eventually it became a beloved local favorite dish. You can find chicken katsu at local potlucks, plate lunches, L&L, and other local restaurants. If you’re craving chicken katsu, you can make your very own homemade chicken katsu with tonkatsu as its dipping sauce.

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Homemade Saimin-Ramen

Saimin

Learn how to make Saimin! A classic dish that is loved by the locals in Hawaii. It’s so popular that even the local McDonalds sell Saimin as part of their menu. I’ll be showing how to make the broth (**BONUS** It has no MSG in it!) and what kind of toppings to go with this ono dish. Grab a duck spoon and chopsticks and get ready to dig into this one of a kind treat!

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Homemade Dry Mein (Noodles)

Dry mein

Dry Mein, or sometimes called Dry Noodles, originated from Maui’s local restaurant, Sam Sato’s. The noodles are tossed with a shoyu-oyster sauce and garnished with local garnishes like charsiu, green onions, and bean sprouts. Served on the side is a chicken flavored broth. The “dry” part of the name refers to the noodles being served without the broth compared to the traditional ramen. Instead the broth is served in a separate bowl so you can dip the noodles to your liking.

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