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Manapua Man

Hawai’i Manapua Man Mea’ono Pua’a Manapua is the Hawaiian version of the Chinese pork filled steamed bun called cha siu bao or char siu bao. The name “manapua” comes from the shortened version of the Hawaiian term used to describe the...

Aloha Shoyu

Aloha Shoyu Flavors Of Hawai'i Aloha Shoyu From Hawai’i Soy sauce was created 2,200 years ago during the Western Han dynasty of ancient China. The liquid condiment is traditionally made from a fermented soybean paste, roasted grain, brine, and kōji mold...

Poke From Hawai’i

Poke From Hawai'i Traditional Blends Poke means to slice, section, cut crosswise into pieces;   Traditional:Poke is a native Hawaiian cuisine; seasoned, diced raw fish, octopus, and/or shellfish. Traditional poke served sliced, cubed, or smashed is seasoned and...

‘Ono Kaukau: Spam Musubi

‘Ono Kaukau: Spam Musubi Spam Musubi Derived from Japanese onigiri omusubi or rice balls, Spam Musubi has become one of the most popular foods throughout Hawai’i and now even on the mainland. The savory block of rice & Spam wrapped in nori was created...

Hawai’i Manju

Manju, Hawaii style manju! Manju is a pastry traditionally filled with sweet azuki beans. It was introduced to Hawai’i from Japan and is similar to mochi, except that mochi is made with rice flour being chewy and soft and manju is made with wheat flour being...

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