Haupia – pronounced “how-pee-ah” – is a traditional Hawaiian dessert. While it’s considered a pudding, it’s a firm, sliceable, cool treat that’s made with coconut milk and just sweet enough to satisfy that sweet tooth.
Poke is a Hawaiian dish that consists of raw fish. I’m sure you’ve seen poke bowls at restaurants, and maybe you’ve ordered them before. If so, did you feel like it was mostly rice and not enough fish and toppings? You’re not alone. This is one of the reasons I like to make my own
The original Hawaiian sweet rolls were first baked up in a 1950s bakery in Hilo, Hawaii by Robert R. Taira. They became such a hit that the locals claimed they rarely made it home before being devoured. Fast forward to now and
At my local grocery store deli, there are always packages of Hawaiian sweet bread that look delicious but are definitely not gluten free. I used to be a little upset that I couldn’t have them but eventually I learned (and you should too) to put
Serve these Paleo Hawaiian-Stuffed Burgers at your backyard barbecue. The burgers are stuffed with ham and cheese with an orange, pineapple, and tamari topping.
Written by Jennifer Peñas