Shrimp Cakes with Chile-Lime Sauce

A Hawaiian Fusion Dish
Panko Makes It Special

How to cook with Japanese breadcrumbs Panko

Panko Makes It Special

This is a Hawaiian Fusion dish for Shrim Cakes with an unusual Chili-Lime Sauce.

It’s based on a dish served in Maui at the Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar in the Kapalua Mall.

The dish is popular with locals and would work well as a substantial appetizer or at brunch.

The special sauce is what makes it work, and the Panko Japanese bread crumbs is what makes the Shrimp Cakes themselves work. Continue reading

Hawaiian Cuisine

Multi-Layered Cuisine
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“Peel and odor. Plums of inky stain
“And the pucker of persimmons….” — Genevieve Taggard, “The Luau” [1]

“Shrimps, sea-urchins, lobsters, crabs and various kinds of shell-fish, as well as sea weed….” — Henry M. Whitney, Hawaiian Guide Book, 1875 [2]

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