Hawaii:  Leonard's Malasadas.  A Hawaiian doughnut.

Leonard's Malasada Recipe - I was going through Mom's box of recipes that she has been collecting for years and I came across an envelope with a stack of recipe cards. As I shuffled through the cards, I see "Hot Malasadas - Leonard's Bakery - Courtes

Taro Rolls - Taro Bread Hawaiian taro is more versatile today than just traditional poi. In the islands it's also made into chips (as in potato chips) and even flour which is then used to bake pancakes, or bread. Our Polynesian Cultural Center Alii Luau recipe calls for a delicious dinner roll form.

Make Taro Bread, Hawaiian Taro, the authnetic traditonal way as it is made by Polynesian Culutrual Center for their Alii Luau.

Taro+Flour | Image of Taro Mochi from Cooking Hawaiian Style

TARO MOCHI - Traditionally sweet mocha is eaten in celebration of the Japanese New Year. Now, any occasion is an excuse to eat our delicious Taro Mochi, made with taro root filling enclosed in pressed sweet rice.

Poi Mochi Donuts

Poi Mochi Donuts I love theses poi mochi donuts. they remind me of gin doi. The donuts are nice and chewy with a nice crisp outer crust. I want to make a batch using coconut milk instead of water (Butter Mochi Adventure)

Kanu Hawaii Story: Can you make bread from breadfruit? Of course! And here’s how.

For some time I’ve been thinking about baking a loaf of bread with ulu flour (breadfruit flour).

Google Image Result for http://planecreative.com/punaluu/images/buy/bread/kalakoa/kalapop.jpg - My favorite bread

Punalu'u Bake shop midway between Volcanoes N. and Kona

Breadfruit recipes

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My friend’s updated twist on our island favorite Kulolo. She took a mocha dessert recipe and tweaked it with the addition of brown sugar and coffee, which results in a Kulolo like taste and texture, but without the sometimes difficult to find taro root.

Frank DeLima's Malasadas Another great from recipe from Frank DeLima - a recipe that he shared while on our Cooking Hawaiian Style show.

Great Malasadas recipe from Frank DeLima that contains flour, yeast, butter or margarine, eggs, sugar. He shares it on our Cooking Hawaiian Style show.

Portuguese Malasadas 1 (.25 ounce) package active dry yeast 1 teaspoon white sugar 1/4 cup warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C) 6 eggs 6 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup white sugar 1/4 cup butter, melted 1 cup evaporated milk 1 cup water 1 teaspoon salt 2 quarts vegetable oil for frying 2 cups white sugar

A Malasada is a deep fried ball of sweetened bread dough that is rolled in sugar. They were introduced in Hawaii by the Portuguese who immigrated to work on Hawaii's plantations. Malasadas are best when they are they served hot

Cranberry Orange Scones are loaded with fresh cranberries, orange zest, and are topped with a yummy sweet orange glaze.

Perfectly little buttery, fluffy mini scones with fresh cranberries and a sweet orange glaze. Cranberry Orange Scones are pretty mini treats perfect for tea (Cranberry Mini Muffin)