Bring a taste of the islands to your grilling fare with NOH Foods of Hawaii! Their flavorful barbecue sauce, salts and marinades are inspired by the recipes for Arirang, the first formal Korean restaurant in Honolulu. Creating excellent island flavor since 1963, these sauces add a little aloha to meat, seafood and veggies. Here are a few simple ways to use some of their most popular products.
Hawaiian Kalua Salt & Hawaiian Bar-B-Q Sauce:
1 pork shoulder (3 pounds)
3 tablespoons Hawaiian Kalua Salt
Hawaiian Bar-B-Q Sauce to taste
Season pork shoulder with Hawaiian Kalua Salt on all sides. Place in a roasting pan and cover tightly. Cook in a 275°F oven for 5-6 hours until tender. Remove cover and bake for an additional 30 minutes to crisp. Shred and serve on rolls with Hawaiian Bar-B-Q Sauce.
Korean Barbecue Marinade:
Marinate chicken wings with Korean Barbecue Marinade for 30 minutes. Place on greased roasting rack and bake at 375°F for 20-25 minutes until they reach an internal temperature of 165°F and are golden brown.
Char Siu Marinade:
1 boneless pork shoulder (3 pounds)
12 ounces Char Siu Marinade
Cut pork shoulder into strips approximately 2 inches thick. Marinate with 8 ounces Char Siu Marinade for 4 hours. Heat oven to 275°F. Place marinated pork on greased roasting rack. Bake for 1-1½ hours, basting with remaining marinade every 20 minutes, to an internal temperature of 180°F. Finished pork will have a deep red glaze with crispy edges.