Last week, we were at a local restaurant that served lau lau pork (leaf leaf pork). Miriam bought a side dish of this and it was amazing. In reading about it, it appears that it is usually made with both fish and pork, but the restaurant and many of the recipes I found on-line replace the salted fish with soy sauce.
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Karl’s Hawaiian Lau Lau Pork
Filed under Main Dishes, Pork
Karl’s Chicken Satay with Pineapple Peanut Sauce
While I am still not convinced that the flavor is as good with gas grilling—over charcoal—it is certainly more convenient. Wanting something a bit different for a weeknight dinner, I settled on chicken satay. Satay, in the end, is just marinated meat grilled on a stick. While originating in Indonesia, it spread over Southeast Asia with each culture adding its own distinctions. Usually it is accompanied by a dipping sauce, some kind of peanut sauce being one of the more common.
Filed under California Fusion, Chicken, Main Dishes, Poultry, Sauces and Spices
Karl’s Grilled Pineapple
I hardly consider this a recipe, but here it is.
Filed under Barbeque, Side Dishes, Treats, Vegan, Vegetarian