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Hawaiian food is known for using staples from the island but bringing out delicious and exotic flavors. Coconut, Taro, Jicama, and Arrowroot and some to the different fruits widely used in Hawaiian recipes. Pork is the number one meet consumed in Hawaii. Dishes like Kalua Pig are very popular at Luaus. Spam is another popular pork based meat used in Hawaiian recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack food. Seafood is utilized as much as possible with Poke being a popular seafood dish to eat in Hawaii. Check out the following Hawaiian recipes for a delicious meal.

Hawaiian Pulled Pork


My DH and I got on this whole Pulled Pork addiction and I was cooking up different types of pulled pork for a couple of weeks. Those were some good meals and easy recipes to make for lunch or dinner. This is one of the recipes I cooked. I wanted a sweet savory pork that was juicy with a little bit of spice. Pineapple! Pineapple is the perfect sweet fruit that pairs perfectly with a little spice and pork.

Delicious Rating: You will love this recipe, diagnosis you definitely have to try this. Of course, treat it is one of my favorite on pot dishes; just throw all the ingredients in the pot and cook for a few hours. I served it with some potato salad but any side would be good. The pork shreds so easily once cooked for a few hours and soaks up all the juice which means plenty of flavor inside. I used some red pepper flakes for a little spice but if you eliminate them the pork will still taste great.



Spam Fried Rice


Be honest. You like spam. The saltiness. The crispy pan fried edges. The mystery of what you are actually eating. Admit it. You like spam.

I like spam. Fried super crispy and served with rice. Oooh…a spam musubi. Yummy! But most of all, I love some Spam Fried Rice. I love to make this when I am just hanging out on the couch watching tv. It is the perfect ‘hanging out’ food. If you are afraid to eat spam, try this recipe first. Trust me, you will like spam.

Delicious Rating: Maybe I am being bias towards my good friend spam but I think this is the best fried rice recipe ever! It is seriously delicious and an easy recipe to cook. Use some day old rice for the perfect consistency. I add extra eggs because I think you never really get enough egg in fried rice from a restaurant. My sauce is a little more sweet than others but change up the amount of ingredients in the sauce according to your taste. And please…please tell me if you like spam!



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