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Old 11-11-2015, 09:43 PM   #11
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Oh wait a minute, have I ever told y'all about
Lomi Lomi Salmon?
This the side dish to Kalua Pig!
https://mykitcheninthemiddleofthedes...-another-luau/
check it out!
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Oh wait a minute, have I ever told y'all about
Lomi Lomi Salmon?
This the side dish to Kalua Pig!
https://mykitcheninthemiddleofthedes...-another-luau/
check it out!
That sounds yummy. I only eat salmon that hasn't been cooked.
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Hawaiian 'Oven Roasted' Kalua Pork Pork Butt Sea Salt Liquid Smoke Ti Leaves (the all green ones only), enough to wrap the meat up like a burrito *** For each pound of Pork use: ½ Tablespoon of salt; ¾ Tablespoon Liquid smoke Pre-heat the oven to 500⁰ Rub the Liquid Smoke all over the meat and then sprinkle evenly with the Salt. Wrap the meat in your leaves and then in heavy duty foil Place in a baking pan/dish; into the oven for 30 minutes, reduce the heat to 325⁰ Bake for an additional 3 ½ hours Allow to cool, unwrap and discard the foil and leaves (save any juices) Shred the meat how you like, either by hand or using two forks ***You can substitute with Banana, Taro, or Spinach leaves, but it’ll taste a bit different, I found Banana leaves at the Asian and Hispanic Markets. [ATTACH]21638[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]21639[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]21640[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]21641[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]21642[/ATTACH] Kalua Pork can be re-heated with cabbage and served over steamed rice [ATTACH]21643[/ATTACH] 3 stars 1 reviews
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