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How to cook poke: A Hawaiian recipe

This Hawaiian poke recipe uses just five ingredients, including the same ingredients that make up the poke itself.

It’s perfect for a cold day, when the flavors are on the spicy side, and when you need a quick meal.

This poke recipe is adapted from the book by Paula deen, who is also a celebrity chef.

Here’s how to make it: 1.

Slice up a piece of pineapple.

This is the first step in the preparation.

Pick a juicy pineapple, about the size of a grapefruit, about an inch or two from the rim.

Slather it with oil, garlic, salt and pepper.


Boil the water, add the oil, then cook for 20 minutes until the juice has evaporated.

Add the pineapple pieces to the pot.


Add your other ingredients and cook on medium-high heat for about 20 minutes.


Serve immediately with the chopped pineapple.

For more ideas on poke, check out the full BBC Food Guide.


Pick the fruit you want.

Cook the pineapple until it is soft and firm.

Then, add your other ingredient, such as your favorite vegetables, tomatoes, herbs, spices or chicken broth.


Add some of the reserved juice and simmer on low for 5 minutes until it’s thickened.

Add more juice if it gets too thick.


Serve with rice or noodles.


If you’d rather not have any extra oil, add some chicken broth to the skillet.

Heat it up until the chicken is browned.

Serve over a bed of rice or with a side salad.


Garnish with sliced green onions.