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Hawaiian Recipes and Meals to Delight The Soul (The Hawaii Cookbook) [Kindle Edition]

Delani Moore
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Book Description

In this book, you will be taken on a trip around Hawaii where you can enjoy the local cuisine in a whole new way. From appetizers to desserts, you will be able to taste a sampling of the various meals that Hawaiians have held dear for many years. Here is what you will get to try:

Polynesian Chicken
Maui Onion Dip
Loco Moco
Macadamia Nut Pancakes
Hawaiian Roll Sandwiches
Kalua Pig
Hawaiian Baked Beans
Teriyaki Beef
Kilauea Purple Passion Rice
Hawaii Chicken
Huli Huli Chicken
Shoyu Chicken
Island Styled Fried Rice
Chicken Long Rice
Mochiko Chicken
Lomi Lomi Salmon
Salting Recipe
Hawaiian Chicken Salad
Hawaiian Bread
Hawaiian Banana Nut Bread
Hawaiian chicken kabobs
Lau Lau
Poor Man's Lobster ( Mahi Mahi)
Garlic Butter Sauce
Mahi Mahi with teriyaki sauce marinade
Macadamia Swordfish
Date Relish
Ono Butter mochi
Hawaiian Frosted Cake
Chocolate Mochi
Guava Chiffon Cake

Product Details

  • File Size: 99 KB
  • Print Length: 36 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006XL1ESC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
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1.0 out of 5 stars Aloha! April 18, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Remember that line from Miss Congeniality where Gracie Hart says "In Hawaii, don't they use aloha for, like, hello and goodbye?" That is just about what Grandma has to say about Hawaiian Recipes and Meals to Delight The Soul (The Hawaii Cookbook).

While author Delani Moore has included a generic Table of Contents that is interfaced to the Kindle Navigation Menu, it does not list recipes but rather just individual categories - Appetizers, Breakfast, etc. The categories are not interactive. Instead, the listings provide page numbers, useless in the Kindle format.

Worse, the recipes appear to have been "fiddled" - or should Grandma say "ukelele-ed"? Maui Onion Dip seems to be identical to the Sunset Magazine recipe, but with the olive oil reduced from 2 tablespoons to ".6" teaspoons". Grandma has no clue how to measure ".6" teaspoon. Why would anyone bother with such precision? Macadamia Nut Pancakes seems to be the recipe from Simple Foodie, divided in half. Delani has completely forgotten to list the correct number - or any number at all - of eggs.

By the time Grandma arrived at Hawaiian Baked Beans (FOOD), Delani's fiddling had become patently obvious. In this case, she left out 2 of the 3 cans of beans called for, changed the tablespoons of mustard to teaspoons (there are 3 teaspoons in 1 tablespoon - see that .6 teaspoon in the Maui Onion Dip recipe) and omitted most of the vinegar. The 1/2 teaspoon of vinegar that she did call for isn't close to enough to make these beans correctly sweet and sour. Quantities are missing all over the place. Mochiko Chicken omits both the number of pounds of chicken required and the number of tablespoons of soy sauce.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It's the basics June 25, 2014
By Grace
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If you're learning Hawaiian recipes for the first time this is a good way to get you going. It's very basic, but useful.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great Selections May 25, 2012
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Many of these dishes I already make & had no idea of "Hawaiian" being A REFERENCE! Many good recipes presented so try them out & see for yourself. My family really goes for this type of food & yours probably will also.
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