||Do You PuPu?
Joined: Jun 25, 2004
From: Falls Church, VA
|Posted: 2008-02-13 2:58 pm  Permalink|
Believe it or not I am finally holding my first organized tiki party. This is compared to the usual "let's go over to Lee's place and beg for booze". So, am thinking I should actually serve some food. I have Taboo Table, and will probably use a few things from there, but I KNOW you tikiphiles have your personal favorite PuPu recipes. Care to share?
Let the foodfest begin!
Life's Too Short To Drink a Bad Mai-Tai.
|Chip and Andy|
Joined: Jul 13, 2004
From: Corner table, Molokai Lounge, Mai-Kai.
|Posted: 2008-02-13 6:09 pm  Permalink|
Wrap things in bacon! Anything! Bacon wrapped things are the first things gone when we host a shindig.
Waterchestnuts soaked in teriayaki
Wrap in bacon and skewer with toothpick
Cook until your guests begin to lick the oven door.
Another big hit is a recipe we modified from Duke's Place in Long Beach and we call Pono-Pokos:
Cream cheese, chives, chopped macadamia nuts, crab meat (optional, but very tasty!)
Place small amount on a won-ton wrapper and fold into an interesting shape (like dumplings, be creative)
Deep Fry until golden brown.
Serve with various dipping sauces. (be creative again)
The filling can be made a day or two in advance. The whole thing can be made a couple of hours in advance if you keep the finished product in the oven on warm.
Joined: Aug 04, 2006
|Posted: 2008-02-14 8:33 pm  Permalink|
Sabu's Secret Chicken
I've yet to find someone who didn't like them.