Prosciutto wrapped ono fillets served with pan-seared ricotta gnudi and basil cream. Wahoo, or ono as it is called here in Hawaii, is a tropical fish with firm white flesh and mild flavor. Almost any white fish can be substituted for this recipe. I would suggest halibut, cod, or sea bass if ono is unavailable. […]
This is not your average tuna melt. Sure it has all the basics toasted bread, tuna, and cheese. It also has homemade aioli, olive tapenade, caramelized onions, and peppers. There are a lot of toppings piled on the focaccia. While a messy sandwich is great for eating, it can be frustrating when building and cooking. […]
When I was working in restaurants this was one of my favorite “go-to” meals for the staff. Poke bowls are simple to make and everyone is always excited to eat them. This can be served in individual bowls, buffet-style, or set up with all the toppings on the side for people to create their own.
This is one of my favorite ahi dishes. It has tons of flavor and it’s pretty simple to make.
Spicy kimchi, fresh ahi, marinated cucumbers on toasted brioche you can’t go wrong! These sliders are perfect appetizers or snacks. You can even make them larger for a dinner portion.
Beer battered ahi with homemade tartar sauce! My mouth is watering. This batter is light, crispy, and perfect for any kind of fish, not only ahi. The tartar sauce is loaded with fresh dill and homemade pickles.