This post “What is the best way to sample various fresh seafood in Hawaii?” is an answer to a question from a reader. Included are some recipes for a couple Hawaiian dishes. Hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Make sure to keep checking back with us for more great seafood recipes.
I will visit Hawaii for the first time (Kauai, Maui) and being from Texas, I am ready to taste some real fresh seafood. But they say food there are so expensive and I only got several days to try their food, so what is the best way to try different fish and seafood the islands have to offer?
I would suggest testing some recipes before you go. Here are a couple of good ones.
Big Daddy’s Seafood Market – Grilled Shrimp with Lemon Aioli Things you will need:
This recipe will make six servings
Two lbs of medium size shrimp. Peel first and then devein
Two twenty oz cans of pineapple chunks. Same the juice
One half lb of bacon slices. Cut the bacon into pieces of two inches
Two large to medium red or other colored bell peppers. Chop them into small pieces
One half lb of fresh mushrooms make sure and remove the stems
Two cups of fresh cherry tomatoes
One cup of sweet and sour sauce
Big Daddy’s Seafood Market – Grilled Shrimp with Lemon Aioli – How To Make:
First preheat the grill to a high heat.
Nest thread the shrimp along with the pineapple, cherry tomatoes bacon, mushroom caps red bell peppers, and on skewers. Make sure and alternate the ingredients. Place in a shallow baking dish. In a small bowl, mix sweet and sour sauce with reserved pineapple juice. Reserve a small amount for basting. Pour remaining sauce over skewers.
Lightly oil grill grate. Cook kabobs on preheated grill for 6 to 8 minutes, or until opaque, basting often with reserved sauce.