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Hawaiian luau recipes

Get Cooking Hawaiian-Style with Luau Recipes from Hawaii

Oven Kalua Pig
Traditionally cooked in pit with lava rocks Kalua Pig is the cornerstone of many Hawaiian celebrations. This recipe will allow you to create this delicacy without digging up the yard.

1 medium large pork butt (around 8 lbs.)
1/4 Cup Hawaii salt or Kosher Salt
2 Cups water
1-Tablespoon Liquid Smoke

Cut a few half-inch incisions into the pork. Place pork butt in large roasting pan. Rub in salt and liquid smoke. Pour water into pan. Roast in the oven at 200 degrees Fahrenheit for over 8 hours. Kalua pork is usually shredded and may be served with poi or rice.

Huli Huli Chicken
Hawaiian barbequed chicken is an island favorite. In the Hawaiian language “huli” means “turn over” or “flip,” which is precisely how Huli Huli Chicken is cooked. The outstanding feature of Huli Huli Chicken is the sauce.

3 Fryers split or quartered
1/4 Cup Soy Sauce
1/4 Ketchup
1/4 Cup Pineapple juice concentrate
1/2 Cup Chicken broth
1/3 Cup White Wine
1 Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
1 Pinch Ginger

Combine soy sauce, ketchup, pineapple juice concentrate, chicken broth, white wine, Worcestershire sauce, and ginger in a large bowl. You may marinate your chicken pieces in the sauce or brush on and barbeque immediately. Grill the chicken turning and basting with the sauce until fully cooked.

Lomi Lomi Salmon

Lomi Lomi in the Hawaiian language means “massage,” which refers to the way the ingredients are combined or massaged to create a wonderful cold salad.

1 Pound salt salmon
4 Tomatoes peeled and diced
1 Medium Maui Onion chopped (mild white onion)
Green Onions for garnish

Soak the Salt Salmon in water to help remove the skin and excess salt (If you cannot find salt salmon you may substitute canned salmon and rub in a small amount of Hawaiian Salt or Kosher Salt). Shred the Salmon with your hands. Combine shredded salmon, onions and tomatoes in large bowl and massage until thoroughly mixed. At this point you may choose to add some crushed ice to aid in chilling. Serve chilled.

Hawaiian coconut pudding is a wonderfully easy and delicious dessert.

12 Oz. can Coconut Milk
5 Tablespoons Sugar
5 Tablespoon Cornstarch
3/4 Cup Water

Combine ingredients into a saucepan. Stir well until all are completely mixed. Bring mixture to a boil then simmer over low heat until mixture thickens, stirring constantly. Pour thickened mixture into 8 inch square pan. Refrigerate until firm. Cut into squares and serve.


Luau Food Preparation

One of the most important features of the luau is the sharing in the preparation of the food. 

Guests gather well ahead of the meal and all participate in the food preparation, socializing and getting to know one another.  Some will sing and play the ukulele while others put up the decorations, set up the tiki bar and put out the tableware settings.

An Historic Hawaiian Luau

One of the largest luaus ever held was in 1847, when King Kamehameha III hosted a spectacular luau at his summer home Kaniakapupu on the island of Oahu. Around 10,000 guests were present at this royal feast. The provisions on hand included 271 hogs, 482 large calabashes of poi, 602 chickens, 3 whole oxen, 2 barrels salt pork, 2 barrels of biscuits, 3125 salt fish, 1820 fresh fish, 12 barrels luau leaf and cabbage, 4 barrels onions, 80 bunches bananas, 55 pineapples, 10 barrels potatoes, 55 ducks, 82 turkeys, 2245 coconuts, 4000 heads of taro and around 180 squid.



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