This original Mai Tai recipe is from the Mai Tai Bar at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Waikiki.
A Recipe for Loco Moco, a favorite Hawaiian dish for breakfast or lunch.
A recipe for the original Blue Hawaii Cocktail as invented by Harry Yee at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Portuguese sweet bread (pao doce), sometimes labeled Hawaiian sweet bread, is a staple and good for making French toast in the morning.
Two recipes for delicious taro muffins
An island favorite made from papaya, carrots, applesauce, and chopped walnuts.
A recipe for mango bread using fresh mangos and macadamia nuts.
Lomi means massage in Hawaiian and you'll see how that name applies to this recipe for Lomi Lomi Salmon.
Salt butterfish, beef, chicken or pork wrapped in taro or ti leaves and then steamed.
A Hawaiian pudding made of taro, brown sugar and coconut milk.
Great as a dip for pupu's (appetizers) or a stand-alone side dish, Korean style Kim Chee is made of fresh island cabbage, chili peppers, ginger, garlic and other seasonings.
Even if you don't have an imu, you can still make Hawaiian kalua pig at home from pork butt purchased at your local supermarket.
Hawaii's own version of barbecued chicken is cooked with Huli-Huli Sauce (made with pure Hawaiian brown sugar cane along with soy sauce, fresh ginger and more).
This coconut pudding, haupia, is a staple desert at every Hawaiian luau.
A standard of Chinese cuisine, fried rice can be made with meat or seafood and a wide assortment of vegetables.
A modern Hawaiian favorite, corn chowder is made with chicken stock, potatoes, onion, celery and creamed corn.
This staple of a Hawaiian luau, Chicken Long Rice, actually originated in China.
Although tradition calls for this Hawaiian luau favorite, chicken luau, to be made with taro leaves, spinach can be substituted when taro leaves are not available.
Chicken Katsu is Japanese style fried chicken and is most often served with Tonkatsu sauce.
Adobo is the Philippines national dish and a favorite with many people in Hawaii.
These delicious rich, red spareribs are a favorite thanks to the Chinese immigrants to Hawaii.
This favorite made with mashed ripe bananas is often offered at luaus.
Made with the freshest raw ahi tuna, poke makes a great pupu, appetizer, for any meal.
One of Hawaii's most popular drinks, this delicious blend of pineapple juice, rum and coconut cream is originally from Puerto Rico.
This is the recipe for coconut shrimp as served at the Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii.