Hapa Js Shrimp Truck Poke Spam Slider

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Hapa J's Yelp fans adore Hapa J's food-"Crazy-good," "Tastes like a day at the beach," and "Broke da mout." These recipes will transport you to island paradise faster than a jet. Shrimp truckShrimp Truck (1 serving) 6 U13 to U15, (medium large-size) shrimp Oil, as needed Salt, peppers, and pinch of togarashi (seven-spiced chili powder), all to taste 1 1/2 tablespoon of minced garlic 1 tablespoon butter 1/4-1/2 cup white wine 2 scoops steamed white rice 1 scoop Hawaiian macaroni salad Saute shrimp in small amount of oil with seasonings until color has changed. Add garlic, butter and white wine. Once done, plate shrimp with rice and macaroni salad as shown, and drizzle sauce from pan over top of shrimp. Chef Aaron Lee Hapa J's San Clemente, Calif. In Hawaii they tend to like it saltier, as locals will eat it with poi (Hawaiian staple food make from taro). The seaweed salad you just serve because its so yummy and good for you, much aloha. Justin Hose-Shea

Hapa Js Shrimp Truck Poke Spam Slider

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  1. Hapa J's Yelp fans adore Hapa J's food-"Crazy-good," "Tastes like a day at the beach," and "Broke da mout." These recipes will transport you to island paradise faster than a jet. Shrimp truckShrimp Truck (1 serving) 6 U13 to U15, (medium large-size) shrimp Oil, as needed Salt, peppers, and pinch of togarashi (seven-spiced chili powder), all to taste 1 1/2 tablespoon of minced garlic 1 tablespoon butter 1/4-1/2 cup white wine 2 scoops steamed white rice 1 scoop Hawaiian macaroni salad Saute shrimp in small amount of oil with seasonings until color has changed. Add garlic, butter and white wine. Once done, plate shrimp with rice and macaroni salad as shown, and drizzle sauce from pan over top of shrimp. Chef Aaron Lee Hapa J's San Clemente, Calif. In Hawaii they tend to like it saltier, as locals will eat it with poi (Hawaiian staple food make from taro). The seaweed salad you just serve because its so yummy and good for you, much aloha. Justin Hose-Shea

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