Monday, June 2, 2008

Lomilomi Salmon



Image source: Maona.net


Recipe
Source: Polynesian Cultural Center Website


In Hawaiian, lomilomi means to massage, or in this case to break the salmon into small pieces,

which are then mixed with tomatoes, onions, and other small condiments, giving it a delicious

tangy taste that goes great with poi. This style of fish preparation, introduced to Hawaii by early

western sailors, is a delightful surprise and a must-have item at any luau.

Yield: 4 servings


Ingredients


Whole Tomatoes, 4 each


Green Onions, 1/2 lb


Round Onions, 2


Diced Salmon, 3 lbs

Instructions

1.
Core and rinse tomatoes; slice tomatoes in 4's; using diced

cutter, place 1 tomato slice and hand push cutter; place in large

12" plastic bowl.

Repeat same procedure for onions,

Cut green onion thinly and add to mixture.

2.
Combine all ingredients and mix well.

3.
Divide evenly into bowl. Cover and place in refrigerator.






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