Hawaiian Food calls for EXTRA SAUCE

Hawaiian food is all about tender, flavorful dishes generously topped with mouthwatering sauces. You just can’t skimp on the sauces when you’re dining in Hawaiian-style!

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Hawaiian food requires sauce

Sauces are particularly vital when it comes to authentic Hawaiian food. If your plate doesn’t
include flavorful meats or fish dressed with fruity, tangy sauces, then you’re not eating authentic Hawaiian food.

Hawaiian food and Hawaiian fusion cuisine is famous for the tropical culinary creations glazed
with colorful sauces. The best Hawaiian restaurants will also serve an array of dipping sauces.

Hawaiian food is enhanced by sauces because they add:

  • Complimentary flavors
  • Juiciness
  • Visual appeal

Best Sauces for dressing, dipping, and marinating

For Hawaiian food that satisfies your cravings for tropical summertime eats, you’ll want plenty of delicious marinades, dips, and dressings. The select blend of scrumptious spices will always make you come back for more. The zesty and sweet flavors of Hawaiian sauces can even make your vegetables seem worthy of a luau. Do you like straight-from- the-grill flavors like Teriyaki and BBQ sauce? Are you more partial to the sweet and fruity taste of Hawaiian Orange Marmalade and Pineapple Coconut Sauce? Whatever your preference, you can recognize quality sauces by the richness of their flavors.

Hawaiian FoodHula Salad Dressing

Hula Salad Dressing is a light Hawaiian sauce that will liven up your fresh salad greens or add flavor to your main entrée. It can also be used as a pork, fish or chicken marinade. As a salad dressing, it’s best served cold. If you want to use Hula Salad Dressing to dress up your main course, heat up a small bowl to drizzle onto meat, or use as dipping sauce for steamed shrimp and crab cakes.

Hawaiian Orange Marmalade

For the most delicious burgers you’ve ever tasted, use Hawaiian Orange Marmalade as a burger topping for a change! It’s a loose interpretation of what a standard Hawaiian burger would look like. Hawaiian Orange Marmalade also makes a very good dipping sauce for firecracker shrimp, shish kabobs, and grilled chicken strips. This sauce is an artisan blend of honey, mayo, cayenne, and a few other “secret” ingredients! The Hawaiian Orange Marmalade sauce is absolutely mouthwatering. You’ll have to try it to really understand what all the fuss is about.

Hawaiian FoodHula Teriyaki Sauce

With a generous splash of Hula Teriyaki Sauce, your meal will be raised up a few notches! Mesmerize your taste buds with this splendid teriyaki blended with the best soy, aromatic ginger, and fresh apple. Add small amounts of teriyaki sauce to your stir-fry recipes. You can also use them as marinades for pork, fish, beef or chicken. Even more, it serves as an exceptional base for an oriental salad dressing. Simply add to some olive oil!

Pineapple Coconut Sauce

Hawaiian Pineapple Coconut Sauce helps to make the most perfect meatballs. It’s undoubtedly one of the most useful sauces to have on hand when you’re preparing Hawaiian food. The flavor is straightforward but irresistible, and it has a wide variety of uses. You can use luscious Pineapple Coconut Sauce before cooking your meats, to enhance the taste. Or, you can layer it on top after the cooking is finished. The coconut base also serves to add moisture to your food, keeping it from becoming dried out.

Hawaiian FoodHula BBQ sauce

Hula restaurant offers this tantalizingly scrumptious and barbeque sauce to add extra flavor to your Hawaiian food. Treat yourself to this flavorful, pineapple-enriched Hula BBQ sauce whenever you’re sandwiches from the grill sandwiches or slow cooked entrees. Add a dollop of this delectable Hawaiian barbecue sauce onto any type of meat or seafood. It’s an astounding dipping sauce if you’re indulging in appetizers like steamed shrimp and grilled vegetables- even pretzels!

Hula Restaurant’s line of Hawaiian Sauces

Hula Restaurant has its own line of sauces, the perfect touch for authentic Hawaiian food. Natural ingredients blended by a Hawaiian-trained chef work to create these flawless flavors. The cooks at Hula Restaurant use the Hula Sauce collection to prepare dishes for customers. You will be hard pressed to find Hawaiian food near you that tastes this good, unless you’re fortunate enough to live on the islands!

When we say that Hula has the “secret sauce,” we mean it quite literally! Don’t be shy- Load up to enjoy dipping and drizzling this tropical assortment of Hawaiian sauces.