This is my adaptation of a recipe for Jewish Penicillin, a.k.a. Chicken Soup. Everyone who tries it loves it - even my two year old. You can also leave out the meat and potatoes or rice and use this as a really flavorful chicken stock. I usually get around 6 quarts of soup, but it depends on how much I simmer it down.
My Uncle Dom used to make this for me all the time when I first moved out on my own and all I knew how to make were ramen noodles! This was one of the first dishes that I learned to make. It is SO delicious!
"Huli Huli," means turn, turn. Chicken halves are cooked on metal frame screens that are turned repeatedly over a charcoal fire, somewhat like a rotisserie. Below is a basic recipe for hawaiian barbecue.
I love finding and trying new recipes on Recipezaar. Unfortunately, some of the old family favorites tend to get "temporarily forgotten and misplaced" - like this one! This is from Chef Joe Caruso of Caruso's Italian Ristorante (with a few slight modifications).
This lovely dish is very tasty and so easy to prepare. Add some roasted asparagus, crusty rolls, a bottle of wine and some soft candlight, and you've got the perfect romantic dinner for two. You can easily double or triple the recipe for a dinner party.