Were Off To Hawaii!
time of year finds many of our friends and relatives packing their
bags and heading to warmer climates, so we thought, why not? Lets
bring the flavors of Hawaii to our Celiac and gluten-intolerant
a child, I grew up in a Hawaiian influenced household. My father
and his large family are all from the islands. My memories of
meals at home included rice as an accompaniment to every meal.
At my grandparents house, dinner usually consisted of a
variety of fish dishes and of course, rice. That is also where
I developed a fondness for poi, a thick, gray paste made from
taro root. Poi, Ive been told is an acquired taste, but
mixed with sugar and milk it brings back memories of something
sweet and familiar.
selected a collection of Hawaiian recipe favorites that we hope
will have you dreaming about sandy beaches, palm trees and that
lovely floral aroma that is the Hawaiian Islands.
an added treat, serve any of these dishes with fresh sliced pineapple,
mango and papaya, all of which can usually be found in grocery
begin with a delightful appetizer,
Easy to prepare, your most difficult task will be making enough
of them. Hawaiian breakfast anyone? How about
with Coconut Syrup? Delicious, hearty pancakes with a wonderful
sweet coconut syrup that perfectly compliments the pancakes; or
try our Banana
Muffins with Guava Butter.
We baked these muffins in large muffin tins which produced big,
beautiful, delicious muffins. Spread on the Guava Butter and youve
got spectacular! From the sea, we bring you
Prawns with Watercress ,
and easy recipe that is perfect served with
with Sesame Seed Sauce.
We bring you two pork recipes combined with island fruit,
Rubbed Pork with Guava Sauce
Loin Roast with Mangos.
For a tasty and quick chicken dish, try
with Long Rice ,
rice noodles soften in water instead of boiling. And one of our
with Toasted Macadamia Nuts,
this wonderful pilaf goes great with chicken or fish. If youre
looking for something quick and easy try
and Pork Hash,
both prepared in 30 minutes and both very flavorful.
hope you have fun with these recipes and enjoy your culinary trip
to Hawaii, gluten-free, of course!