2 cup flour 1 block butter 1/2 cup oatmeal 6 T sugar 3/4 cup buttermilk (or substitute with 3/4 cup 3/4 T baking powder milk + 2 T white vinegar) 3/4 T baking soda 1/4 T salt Mix dry ingredients together in bowl. Cut in 1 block of butter. Add raisins, cranberries ...Read more ›
Aunty doesn’t really like to cook. These are really good recipes, mostly very easy. The garlic mayo shrimp is SO delicious and was even the catalyst that caused a wedding!
This one is for the measuring challenged people since it is so easy. Kind of like Okinawan shoyu pork but SO much easier. Put a chunk or chunks of pork butt in a slow cooker, add one can of tomato sauce. Use the can as your measuring tool. Add one can worth of sugar, then shoyu, then sake (wow!). Toss in a couple pieces of crushed fresh ginger root. Cook until soft and serve hot or warm with rice, yum ...Read more ›
Mrs. Tanaka used to make the best after school snack for her granddaughter, and my daughters would come home raving about the tuna and potato dish. I have recreated it here: Skin and cut raw potatoes into little logs. Soak in slightly salted water, drain well, pat dry. Open a can or 2 of tuna - I like the Coral brand in oil - but any brand will do. Put a tablespoon of vegetable oil (or use the oil from th ...Read more ›
Cut a papaya in half and remove seeds. Score inside with a fork. Squeeze the juice from a lemon (half or whole - up to you) into papaya. Add dollops of Lemon Yoplait Yogurt. Top with thin slices of apple banana and enjoy! optional: sprinkle granola of your choice on top of the yogurt. Mahalo to Pat Reilly of East Oahu Realty for this quick, healthy, ono recipe! another papaya recipe from Jan Tsukazaki (cre ...Read more ›