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Old May 22nd, 2009, 04:41 PM
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Default Your fish w/mayo recipes, please

I tend to forget the mayo, just stuff with veggies and coat w/beer, then smell and smile.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 10:51 PM
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one ubiquitous local style fish w/mayo recipe is:

on a cleaned, de-pin-boned, lightly peppered/salted salmon filet, spread a generous amount of mayo. sprinkle with finely chopped portuguese sausage. broil to desired doneness.

then there is seafood dynamite, for which many versions abound. here's one.
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 02:10 AM
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Yup, when I think of fish with mayo, I think of salmon but I have never had it with finely chopped portuguese sausage. Thanks cynsaligia! I'll have to try that
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 02:38 AM
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Is the tuna fish sandwich the most popular lunch dish?
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Old May 23rd, 2009, 05:14 AM
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Tiger prawns with Garlic Mayo (We call it Ailioli) Crunchy bread and then eaten with your fingers. Yuuuuuummmmmm
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Old June 3rd, 2009, 11:54 PM
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Default Re: Your fish w/mayo recipes, please

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one ubiquitous local style fish w/mayo recipe is:

on a cleaned, de-pin-boned, lightly peppered/salted salmon filet
Mine is similar... I take a portioned size hunk of some tuna-family fish or some mahi mahi, raw and deboned. Then dredge it thru some low-sodium shoyu. slather on the mayo, and BBQ til desired doneness. Ono! Killer smell, too. mmmn.
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Old June 13th, 2009, 03:48 PM
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Anyone here gotta good Spicey Ahi Poke recipe. THe one at Foodland Kaneohe kind. Looks like they put mayo in it that's why I asked here. Thanks.
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Old June 13th, 2009, 04:42 PM
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Anyone here gotta good Spicey Ahi Poke recipe. THe one at Foodland Kaneohe kind. Looks like they put mayo in it that's why I asked here. Thanks.
i don't have a recipe myself but if i am not mistaken, such recipes often start with mayo and sriracha (chili garlic sauce). both mayo and sriracha are relatively inexpensive so maybe you can start with that as a base then doctor it up with shoyu, some sort of acid like lemon or whatever vinegars you fancy, maybe even some worchestershire sauce. once you come up with a sauce recipe you've created and like, then try it on ahi or whatever else you choose. sometimes i like a sauce like that to dip steak fries in but that's for another thread.
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Old June 15th, 2009, 03:57 PM
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Never tried the spicy poki there, but for me the standard ahi poki at Foodland is the very best, with the right mix of gr. onions, chili, soy, and sesame/oil/seed. About the only thing I find good at Foodland...

per cezzane; maybe they use wasabi in the mix?
Similarly, what do they use at Tamashiro Mkt. for the spicy factor with thier salmon belly poki? Killer!
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[quote=cynsaligia;234187]i don't have a recipe myself but if i am not mistaken, such recipes often start with mayo and sriracha (chili garlic sauce). both mayo and sriracha are relatively inexpensive so maybe you can start with that as a base...quote]

That's what they use at Safeway, mayo and sriracha is also good as a dip, add some tobiko and you're good to go.
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Old June 16th, 2009, 07:56 AM
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Roll Mop Herrings


Never saw this in Hawai'i but it's popular over here.

The herrings are rolled up and put into a large jar of vinegar and pickling spice. Left for at least a day in the fridge to marinate, they are then served on a bed of crunchy salad.

Mayo and chili mix is served seperately as a dip. Eaten with crunchy bread, it's great but may be a bit spicey for some.

(Cooks tip > Have a few banananas nearby, they cool your mouth more than water.)

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Old June 16th, 2009, 08:15 PM
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Is the tuna fish sandwich the most popular lunch dish?
I was gonna say-
One can tuna
Glob of mayo
Spoonful of relish
Stir
Plop on bread

Tada!!

Now, if you wanna get fancy, add some diced apple, celery, and hard boiled egg. Mmm.
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Old June 20th, 2009, 01:52 PM
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i don't have a recipe myself but if i am not mistaken, such recipes often start with mayo and sriracha (chili garlic sauce)...
Danke. Looks like they got those itty bitty orange fish eggs in it too.
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Old June 21st, 2009, 10:20 PM
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Default Re: Your fish w/mayo recipes, please

When there's potluck, someone almost always brings Furikake Salmon. Take a slab of salmon, sprinkle pepper and powdered garlic, spread mayo and cover with LOTS of furikake. Bake until medium done.
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Old June 21st, 2009, 11:37 PM
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When there's potluck, someone almost always brings Furikake Salmon. Take a slab of salmon, sprinkle pepper and powdered garlic, spread mayo and cover with LOTS of furikake. Bake until medium done.
Had that for dinner just last night - was the first time I had ever tried it.
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