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Hawaii’s Local-Style Chow Fun

Local-Style Chow Fun is a must-try when visiting Hawaii! If you can’t make it to Hawaii, replicate this popular dish at home. It’s packed with vegetables and seasoned with soy sauce, oyster sauce, garlic and lots of black pepper. Super ono! There is regular chow fun…and then there is local-style chow fun!! You’ll only find …

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Thit Kho (Vietnamese Braised Pork and Eggs)

Thit Kho is a Vietnamese dish of braised pork and eggs. It’s slowly braised in homemade caramel syrup (easy to make), coconut water and fish sauce. Those three flavors make a magical combination. Make sure to enjoy this dish with rice. Every Asian culture seems to have their own version of a braised pork dish. …

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Breadfruit (Ulu) With Coconut Milk

A comforting and not-too-sweet dessert of breadfruit (ulu) simmered in a lush coconut milk sauce. Cozy and warm, eat it hot with a spoon! Breadfruit (‘Ulu) With Coconut Milk ‘Ulu is the Hawaiian word for Breadfruit. Breadfruit seems to grow everywhere in Hawaii! It’s a staple starch that has recently become more and more trendy. …

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