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The Tastes of Hawaii Recipe Index From Old Plantation Recipes

Since I began publishing the Old Hawaiian Plantation Recipes eleven weeks ago, I’ve had several people ask what else will be coming, so here is the index to my collection of recipes so far. I’ve just published week 11—Beer Batter Coconut Shrimp. All of the previous recipes are linked together with the latest recipes, so you can collect them all, or watch for the ones you want. 

I hope this helps everyone that is a recipe lover! This is not a published cookbook, but rather my personal collection of old, good, and new recipes with a Hawaiian flair! Enjoy.

  1. Malasadas
  2. King’s Bakery Bread Pudding
  3. Coconut Pineapple Fruit Salad
  4. Tropical Banana Pineapple Nut Bread
  5. Ono French Bread Hawaiian Style
  6. Coconut Glazed Bananas
  7. Hana Haupia
  8. Hawaiian Bananas Foster
  9. Baked Royal Rice
  10. Island Carrot Cake
  11. Beer Battered Coconut Shrimp
  12. Huli Huli Style Chicken
  13. Avocado Pie (you will think it is Key Lime Pie)
  14. Coconut Cake Supreme
  15. Old Fashion Plantation Biscuits
  16. Hawaiian Lavosh
  17. Korean Cole Slaw
  18. Hawaiian Artichokes Stuffed with Ham Salad
  19. Buttery Macadamia Nut Sticks
  20. Crispy Maui Onion Rings
  21. Mahi Mahi Teriyaki Fish
  22. Tropical Morning Beverage/Coconut Almond Granola
  23. Chocolate Macnut Brittle Flan – Hawaii Prince Resort
  24. Raisin Bran Muffins
  25. Dutch Baby Breakfast Dish
  26. Plantation Muffins
  27. Chocolate Mint Mudslide Cookies
  28. Pineapple Mango Chutney
  29. Pineapple Date Bars
  30. Yummy Island Rice Pudding
  31. Papaya Seed Salad Dressing
  32. Island-Style Fried Rice
  33. Banana Split Pie with MacNut Crust
  34. Macadamia Nut Baked Ahi
  35. Hanamaulu Café Chicken
  36. No Ka Oi (The Best) Chili
  37. Kahlua Pig (our Luau pulled pork)
  38. Plantation Praire-Style Beer Cake
  39. Island-Style Tropical Salsa
  40. Mahi Mahi with Ginger Glaze
  41. Special Occasion Pineapple Pie
  42. Plantation Date Cake
  43. Plantation One Dish Breakfast for 4-6 people
  44. Baked Chocolate Souffle
  45.     

As I’ve mentioned in my other blogs, collecting recipes is my hobby, but my passion is in helping people find the real estate on Kauai that they are looking for. Check out this listing (MLS# 229450)—a proven successful vacation rental located in sunny Poipu!

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CA$H

January 14, 2013

I cannot seem to find a link to see the actual recipes. Can someone help me with this? The other, more important question that I have is, would you or anyone out there know the recipe to make a “plantation pancake?” it’s is something my mother remembers from her childhood (1950-60’s) back in the “camps” on the Hilo side of the Big Island. She said it is one large pancake that is made in one cast iron frying pan and can feed an entire family (4-6) people. It was about 1-2 inches thick when cooked and was cut into wedges and served with either butter or syrup (or both). My mom seems to think it didnt need to flipped over. There were no bananas, coconut, or macadamia nuts in it or on top of it. It was something that saved both time and money. Thank you so much!!

R. B. Privett

November 17, 2013

Did you ever receive a reply to your search on the Plantation Pancake recipe?

If you did, would you be willing to share a copy?

A native son…Thanks

Elaine Laskowski

December 15, 2014

It’s called a dutch baby. I made one from a recipe from the internet called a custard filled dutch baby and is wonderful….its mixed in a blender and baked in the oven in a cast iron pan.

CA$H

January 14, 2013

I cannot seem to find a link to see the actual recipes. Can someone help me with this? The other, more important question that I have is, would you or anyone out there know the recipe to make a “plantation pancake?” it’s is something my mother remembers from her childhood (1950-60’s) back in the “camps” on the Hilo side of the Big Island. She said it is one large pancake that is made in one cast iron frying pan and can feed an entire family (4-6) people. It was about 1-2 inches thick when cooked and was cut into wedges and served with either butter or syrup (or both). My mom seems to think it didnt need to flipped over. There were no bananas, coconut, or macadamia nuts in it or on top of it. It was something that saved both time and money. Thank you so much!!

R. B. Privett

November 17, 2013

Did you ever receive a reply to your search on the Plantation Pancake recipe?

If you did, would you be willing to share a copy?

A native son…Thanks

Elaine Laskowski

December 15, 2014

It’s called a dutch baby. I made one from a recipe from the internet called a custard filled dutch baby and is wonderful….its mixed in a blender and baked in the oven in a cast iron pan.

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