Friday, October 09, 2020

baked manapua

Yesterday the temperature dropped to 14C (57F) and it has been raining.

There is a typhoon approaching (Chan Hom or #14) and should pass by over the weekend. 

Apparently, cooler ocean temps would help to break up the typhoon, but with global warming, the typhoon does not dissipate and also moves slower because of the warm ocean temps.

So..the typhoons these days do lots of damage because it takes such a long time to pass...

Anyway, since I stayed indoors, I decided to try making baked manapua.

I used part of the char siu that I made last month. 

And I used the recipe for the dough that I made beignets and pizza with during this pandemic.

I love this dough recipe because it comes together pretty easily.

I should have used a little more char siu and some green onion though, so that these manapua would be filled to the gills.

They are snack sized but I like the flavor and texture.

The next thing I want to try making with this dough is cinnamon rolls...

Hopefully I can try this before the weather gets too cool.

Have a safe weekend everyone.


jalna said...

WOW!!! Looks great. And I love the blue color of your plate.

K and S said...

Jalna, thanks :) so many different blue plates in our house!

Take care.

KirkK said...

Looks good Kat!

K and S said...

Thanks Kirk :)

Take care.

Rowena said...

yum! junk weather is always a good time to bake ^-^

K and S said...

Rowena, hope to do more bread/yaast projects before it gets too cool..

Take care!