Lomi Lomi Salmon – Hawaiian Feast of Aloha Series

Lomi Lomi Salmon is a traditional dish that is served in Hawaiian luau feasts. Made with salted salmon, tomatoes, onions, green onions and sea salt. This is a gluten-free, low fat, low calorie side dish with lots of flavor. Lomi salmon provides a nice contrast to rich and hearty dishes. It is a great accompaniment to steamed fish, roasted meats, starchy foods and salads. In the restaurants, we used this as a garnish for miso butterfish. The combinations was so incredible, you could never imagine not having this around.

Try Our Wraps Made With Ora King Salmon

This recipe highlights great quality salmon. We use Ora King salmon from sustainable aquaculture fisheries in New Zealand. The flavor is unbelievably clean and buttery. To highlight the salmon, we visit our inner sushi chef and combine this with some sushi rice, avocado, Asian pear, lomi tomato, daikon sprouts, pickled gobo root, baby arugula, smelt roe, spicy citrus mayo and furikake. It is taking the ingredients that could be in any type of dish or salad and rolling it in thin soy paper for convenience.

Tabbouleh Salad made with Quinoa

What we love most about quinoa is the versatility as a side dish. It is a very adaptable ingredient that works with different flavors and textures. You could serve quinoa with eggs, fruits, vegetables or as a replacement for rice or potatoes.
The salad in this recipe is inspired by the Middle Eastern tabbouleh salad. Instead, gluten free quinoa is used in place of the typical bulgur wheat.

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