FEATURES | MUSIC | BOOKS | DRINKS | FORUMS | GAMES | LINKS | ABOUT


advertise on Tiki Central

Celebrating classic and modern Polynesian Pop
  [Edit Profile]  [Edit Preferences]  [Search] [Sign Up]
[Personal Messages]  [Member List]  [Help/FAQ]  [Rules]  [Login]
Tiki Central Forums Tiki Drinks and Food Noh of Hawaii sauces & Marinades
Noh of Hawaii sauces & Marinades
Haole'akamai
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 2272
From: The Polynesian Port of NOLA
Posted: 2008-01-04 07:53 am   Permalink

I found a couple of packets at my tiny corner produce market.

Here's their website:
http://www.nohfoods.com/products.htm

Has anyone tried these?
_________________
"If you can't be a good example -- then you'll just have to be a horrible warning."
-Catherine Aird


 View Profile of Haole'akamai Send a personal message to Haole'akamai      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
UtopianDreem
Grand Member (first year)  

Joined: Jun 02, 2003
Posts: 293
From: LA County, CA
Posted: 2008-01-04 10:40 am   Permalink

Not sure about the packets, but I love the Hawaiian Hot Sauce on SPAM and eggs.
_________________


 View Profile of UtopianDreem Send a personal message to UtopianDreem  Email UtopianDreem     Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
Fugu
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Feb 06, 2006
Posts: 126
From: Atlanta, Georgia
Posted: 2008-01-05 09:10 am   Permalink

I think the Char siu is tasty. My mother in law uses it as a dry rub on ribs and they turn out delicious.

 
View Profile of Fugu Send a personal message to Fugu      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
GentleHangman
Grand Member (7 years)  

Joined: Jun 23, 2006
Posts: 464
From: Stuart, Florida
Posted: 2008-01-05 2:27 pm   Permalink

I agree. I've used the BBQ Rub (Char Siu) for years. It is especially great for making Chinese Pork Tenderloin (Pork Strips) and the left-over rub is great for boneless pork chops which I later cut up into small pieces for my Pork Fried Rice.
I have used dry and wet and have sometimes added some extra spice (ginger, five spice, etc.) to it for a bit different flavor.
It gives meats that nice cherry red outer coating that you just can't get from ordinary red food coloring.
I've not used any of the other selections but they are all readily available at a nearby Asian market.

_________________
I bet you feel more like you do now now than you did when you came in.

GENT


 
View Profile of GentleHangman Send a personal message to GentleHangman      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
Haole'akamai
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 2272
From: The Polynesian Port of NOLA
Posted: 2008-01-07 6:59 pm   Permalink

Tried the Chinese Roast Chicken marinade: It's a winner!

 
View Profile of Haole'akamai Send a personal message to Haole'akamai      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
Haole'akamai
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 2272
From: The Polynesian Port of NOLA
Posted: 2008-01-08 11:37 pm   Permalink

I made the Haupia today. My thought (never having had made Haupia, from mix or otherwise, before):

The packet calls for mixing with 1 cup water. I swapped out the water for unsweetened almond milk. It was really, really tasty. Next time, though, I would either add a second packet or use a smaller pan for it to set up in (I used a 9 x 9 pan and the pudding was less than a quarter inch thick).
_________________
"If you can't be a good example -- then you'll just have to be a horrible warning."
-Catherine Aird


 
View Profile of Haole'akamai Send a personal message to Haole'akamai      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
Haole'akamai
Tiki Socialite

Joined: Jul 07, 2005
Posts: 2272
From: The Polynesian Port of NOLA
Posted: 2008-01-15 09:26 am   Permalink

I'm not fond of the Chinese Chicken mix(too much cilantro flavor), but the Chinese Duck mix is delicious. TofuJoe thought it a little sweet, but I really liked it.

Instead of using the tablespoon of water, I mixed it up this 1/4 cup of vegetable broth, 1 TBS vegetable oil, 2 TBS of mushroom flavoured soy sauce and added 2 cloves of chopped garlic. I used Veat and just popped it in the oven at 350 for 20 minutes (adding a little extra broth while it cooked). Superb!
_________________
"If you can't be a good example -- then you'll just have to be a horrible warning."
-Catherine Aird


 
View Profile of Haole'akamai Send a personal message to Haole'akamai      Edit/Delete This Post Reply with quote
U-Moderate:
  
v1.5

[ About Tiki Central | Contact Tiki Central | Advertise on Tiki Central ]
(c) 2000-2014 Tikiroom.com (tm), Tiki Central (tm)

Credits & copyright infomation