This is a great dressing/sauce....I've served this with salads, fish, crab cakes, just about anything that would benefit from a dressing. This is from Sam Choy's Sampler. Prep time includes egg cooking time.
I couldn't find any recipes on here that included Li Hing Mui powder, so I'm going to add what I can..There is 1 tsp of Li Hing Mui that is included, but would not be accepted in the ingredient list. Also, the sweet and sour is meant to be the mix that is typically used with mixed drinks.
Pineapple and fresh ginger add a lovely tropical flavor. The orange flavored Teriyaki glaze makes the perfect topping. I prefer to substitute ground pork for the chicken. For the meatball version check out the recipe for Hawaiian Meatballs. Recipe from "Sam Choy's Island Flavors".
Meatballs flavored with pineapple and fresh ginger in an orange Teriyaki sauce. I prefer to substitute ground pork for the chicken. For the meat loaf version check out the recipe for Glazed Hawaiian Meat Loaf. Recipe from "Sam Choy's Island Flavors".
The Macadamia nut crust keeps the chicken moist and adds a rich nutty flavor. You can also use the crust for fish. Serve with Mango Salsa or Chutney. Posted by request from Sam Choy's "Island Flavors". Prep time includes marinating and chilling.
Aloha! Try this easy Hawaiian salad dressing served over a green salad with chopped mango, toasted chopped macadamia nuts, coconut flakes and grilled chicken. Posted by request from "Sam Choy's Island Flavors"
Beware - this drink is so addicting, I only had them as an after dinner drink. If you don't like the strong alcohol taste of most tropical drinks, this is like drinking strawberries and cream . A wowie from Maui.
This salad dressing comes from Sam Choy, one of my favorite Hawaiian chefs along with Alan Wong and Roy Yamaguchi. The dressing is good just as it is, but you can also use this dressing as a jumping off place for improvising such as addition of garlic, hot pepper, etc. Ono good!