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Tiki Food Recipes
Tele295
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From: RinKonTiki, CA
Posted: 2014-03-25 8:54 pm   Permalink

Yeah, it didn't come out anything like the picture than came with the recipe

 
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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2014-03-25 9:16 pm   Permalink

LOL, my first thought was that the picture didn't look like it came from a crock pot. Don't get me wrong, I love slow cooker recipes ~ but that looked fried and sauced
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liltikichef
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From: currently in south Georgia
Posted: 2014-05-22 10:35 pm   Permalink

Finally getting around to doing a luau-style pool party for the 4th of July. I am kicking around the idea of doing Kahlua Pig for the party, and was wondering if any of you had done one that way (the whole pit in the ground style) and had any advice or tips, or seasoning ideas. Also, if you have any ideas on other recipes to accompany the pig? I have gotten a lot of good ideas here on this thread! Any input would be appreciated!

 
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jokeiii
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From: Miami
Posted: 2014-05-30 9:51 pm   Permalink

Have never tried to dig anything in my backyard, so in that respect I can't help. But! Here is my go-to "hack" on Kalua Pork, from Cook's Country Magazine via a blogger, since the link I posted earlier is dead.

http://traceysculinaryadventures.com/2012/09/hawaiian-style-smoked-pork-kalua-pork.html

The seasoning is spot-on and approximates the banana leaf thing really well.

HTH!
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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2014-05-31 01:46 am   Permalink

Lil Chef here is a link

Look for my post dated 2011-12-10. PM me if you have any questions

Mike
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jokeiii
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From: Miami
Posted: 2014-06-24 11:10 am   Permalink

Another great, tiki-able recipe... Miso grilled shrimp

http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/grilled-miso-shrimp
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jokeiii
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Posted: 2014-06-25 08:51 am   Permalink

....and another! http://www.allconsuming.com.au/2007/01/27/ginger-sesame-chicken-and-rice/
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jokeiii
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From: Miami
Posted: 19 days ago; 11:18 am   Permalink

Something I'm working on (from Emeril Legasse's “The Art of Tiki: A Cocktail Showdown” at the South Beach Food & Wine Festival earlier this year) is this Tiki slider:

A Hawaiian sweet roll stuffed with braised short ribs (Korean kalbi) with hybrid slaw/kimchi topping and a cilantro garlic mayonnaise (i.e., aioli). The original had a little fried quail egg, too...but I may skip that as being a bit too fussy. (Edited to credit the chef who came up with this: Eric Rhee of Terrazza.)

Stay tuned!

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Jeje
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Posted: 16 days ago; 04:03 am   Permalink

I've made calcutta curry from a recipe that can be found in the book Trader Vic's Tiki Party a couple of times. It's very delicious and the ingredients are cheap and easy to find. The only little (?) tweak I've made to the recipe is that I double or triple the amount of coconut milk and add some sugar, making it extremely creamy. This may be something to make for kids!

 
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jokeiii
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Posted: 16 days ago; 04:06 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2015-06-19 04:03, Jeje wrote:
I've made calcutta curry from a recipe that can be found in the book Trader Vic's Tiki Party a couple of times. It's very delicious and the ingredients are cheap and easy to find. The only little (?) tweak I've made to the recipe is that I double or triple the amount of coconut milk and add some sugar, making it extremely creamy. This may be something to make for kids!



Post it, with your tweaks...pretty please.
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Jeje
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From: (ice cold) Sweden
Posted: 7 days ago; 02:45 am   Permalink

What about tiki pancakes?

Ceylon cinnamon syrup with pancakes is very tasty. Next time I´ll try to add some coconut flakes to the pancake batter.


 
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Atomic Tiki Punk
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From: Costa Misery
Posted: 7 days ago; 11:56 am   Permalink

Are you referring to Scandinavian style pancakes (thin crepes) or American style?


 
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Jeje
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Posted: 6 days ago; 12:26 am   Permalink

American style, made with baking soda.

 
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