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Homemade Ahi Tuna Poke BowlsSteamed rice is a staple of Hawaiian cuisine, like in this flavorful salad. Scoop steamed brown rice into a bowl, and layer it with salad greens and any crunchy veggies you like. Sautee chunks of fresh tuna and diced green onion in a savory broth of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and aromatic seasonings. Top the salad with the tuna and enjoy!
Slow Cooker Kalua PigOne of the highlights of a classic Hawaiian luau is Kalua pig. They dig a hole in the ground, rub a whole pig down with flavorful spices, and roast it slowly for hours. You can still enjoy the taste with this easy modern kitchen friendly version. Season a pork butt with Hawaiian salt and liquid smoke, and let your slow cooker do the rest.
Hawaiian Style Pasta SaladHere is a gloriously creamy salad that only requires pasta, shredded carrot, milk, mayo, and seasoning to taste. Feel free to adjust the mayonaiise to make the dressing as thick or thin as you like. Sprinkle a little paprika on top for color.
Classic Hawaiian HaupiaIf you adore coconut, then you must try this fabulous Hawaiian dessert. Haupia is a sweet pudding made with coconut milk that is thickened and flavored with sugar, cornstarch, and a little coconut essence. After it has firmed up in the fridge, top the haupia with toasted coconut, and cut into squares.
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Beginning at sundown on Friday and continuing until sundown on Saturday, Jews around the world gather with their family and friends to celebrate their faith. Regardless of how the family chooses to spend Sabbath, they all have in common is the remembrance, observance, and a beautiful family dinner. The following are some inspired recipes that you can share with your family and friends for Sabbath.