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Tiki Food Recipes
MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2010-10-16 3:07 pm   Permalink

I'll see what I can find on the Chieftan Chicken, in the meantime here's a little sweet something to hold you over

Kraken Balls
2 cups finely chopped nuts
1 1/2 cups crushed ginger snaps
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup Kraken
Powdered sugar

Combine nuts, crumbs, honey, and booze. Chill about 15 minutes. Roll into small balls, coat in powdered sugar. Let sit a day or so before serving. Makes 24-30 depending on how big your balls are.


 
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WSWahine
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Posted: 2010-10-16 4:41 pm   Permalink

That recipe looks good for the holidays as I am hosting both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Will let you know how they went over. So 18-24 balls eh?

 
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Trad'r Bill
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Posted: 2010-10-19 12:04 pm   Permalink

Love this thread, but I'd also love to see some accompanying pics! I'll be sure to contribute asap

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Lovelybunchofcoconuts
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Posted: 2010-11-11 06:43 am   Permalink

I found this gem - does not have an abundance of genuine Tiki recipes, but there are many versions of Mary-Ann's coconut-cream pie.






 
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jokeiii
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Posted: 2010-11-12 06:03 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-11-11 06:43, Lovelybunchofcoconuts wrote:
I found this gem - does not have an abundance of genuine Tiki recipes, but there are many versions of Mary-Ann's coconut-cream pie.



What tiki recipes DOES it have?
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Lovelybunchofcoconuts
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Posted: 2010-11-14 10:57 pm   Permalink

Well, I'm a little confused as to what constitutes a genuine Tiki dish. Perhaps someone could explain?

[ This Message was edited by: Lovelybunchofcoconuts 2010-11-14 23:00 ]


 
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Hakalugi
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Posted: 2010-11-15 12:18 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-11-14 22:57, Lovelybunchofcoconuts wrote:
Well, I'm a little confused as to what constitutes a genuine Tiki dish. Perhaps someone could explain?



Here's my take on it; Something exotic that could be served to eat for a luau or feast on a Polynesian beach.


 
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jokeiii
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Posted: 2010-11-15 10:14 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-11-14 22:57, Lovelybunchofcoconuts wrote:
Well, I'm a little confused as to what constitutes a genuine Tiki dish. Perhaps someone could explain?



I don't think anyone can explain because it falls under the category of "I know it when I see it." But we can all opine. Since we can all opine, here's my opinion:

It's food that has Pacific/Asian roots and has been pretty well Americanized. SOMETIMES it can be American food that has been spun in a Pacific or Asian direction. To my estimation, the "Exhibit A" of this category is Trader Vic's food.

HTH,
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Lovelybunchofcoconuts
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Posted: 2010-11-21 7:48 pm   Permalink

Okay. Thank-you! This could be interesting!



 
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naugatiki
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Posted: 2011-06-04 07:24 am   Permalink

This came out before Kahiki frozen dinners cornered the market. They were smart to call it "Polynesian Style" rather than Polynesian the same way "Tiki Style" is used instead of tiki.





 
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MadDogMike
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Posted: 2011-09-25 8:53 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-10-16 04:14, jokeiii wrote:
Quote:

On 2010-10-15 20:41, MadDogMike wrote:
I hope this doesn't bring the wrath of the Tiki Police down on this thread but the Bengal BBQ is only 100 yards away from the Enchanted Tiki Room so hopefully I'm OK.



To be 1000000000000% sure we're safe from the Tiki Police, you need to post the recipe for the Chieftain Chicken Skewers; with it's (delicious) "Polynesian BBQ" sauce you'd be above suspicion for treasonous and anti-Tiki behavior. In fact, Kevin Kidney would probably custom-sculpt something to bop any benighted accusers over the head with.

Just sayin'.

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Jokeiii, Brudda Bear put a Facebook link to the recipe in SHOUT! but I'm gonna copy it to here so I can find it later He suggested steaming the chicken so it doesn't dry out on the grill.

Bengal BBQ
Tonkatsu Sauce (Chicken Marinade)

Ingredients

Teriyaki Sauce 1 cup
Soy Sauce 1 cup
Red Wine Vinegar 1 tblsp.
Brown Sugar 1 cup
Sherry Cooking Wine 1/2 cup
Whole Bay Leaf 2 each
Ground Black Pepper 1 tblsp.
Fresh Ginger Root 3 tblsp.
Fresh Garlic 2 tblsp.

Preparation

Mix ingredients and marinade chicken overnight in your refrigerator.

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Bengal BBQ
Tahitian Sauce (Chicken)

Ingredients

Whole Cloves 4 each
Red Wine Vinegar 1 tblsp.
Catsup 1 cup
Crushed Pineapple 1/2 cup
Pineapple Juice 1/2 cup
Brown Sugar 1/2 cup
Soy Sauce 1/2 cup
Orange Juice Conc. 1/4 cup
Water 3 tblsp.

Preparation

Simmer cloves in vinegar for 5-10 minutes. Strain cloves and add other ingredients.
Bring mixture to slow boil over medium heat.

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Bruddah Bear
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Posted: 2011-09-25 9:02 pm   Permalink

Thanks Mike! Tasty stuff too. That Tahitian sauce is good on burgers or even steak too. Mmmmmmmm


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Professor G
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Posted: 2011-10-01 11:20 am   Permalink

Is it the will of the people that all food recipes should be woven into this thread? In terms of research, I have some reservations, but I come here to relax and I don't want no trouble.

 
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thePorpoise
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Posted: 2011-10-01 1:28 pm   Permalink

I'm sure I've seen other food recipe threads.



 
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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2011-10-01 1:51 pm   Permalink

Professor G, if you want to play it safe you should only post recipes here with some sort of Polynesian or faux Polynesian influence since this is the "Tiki Drinks and Food" forum. If you have recipes for other good eats (like anything with BACON) they should probably be posted in "Beyond Tiki" or "Bilge"

PS, good research - this topic was the subject of an ugly battle a while back
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