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Happy’s Hawai’i Green Catering is proud to announce the new MAGIC TROPICAL DRESSING, a ginger-pineapple-macadamia delight! This is the same sauce we use on our delicious Tropical Chicken & Mango and Tropical Medley Endless Summer Rolls! Great on salads but especially amazing on fish!!! All ingredients are fresh and natural with NO preservatives!
INGREDIENTS: organic brown rice vinegar, local ginger, evaporated cane juice, local pineapple, local macadamia nut, water, wheat-free non-gmo soy, sesame oil
Please visit OUR SHOP to buy now!
FRESH MAHI-MAHI with AVOCADO MANGO SALSA
ALL LOCAL VEGGIES
TOTALLY RAWSOME SUMMER ROLLS
ALL LOCAL FRUIT SKEWERS
All photos courtesy of Aihara Visuals
Fresh red, yellow, & green bell peppers, carrots, lettuce, mint, cilantro, vermicelli all wrapped in fresh rice paper served with a spicy peanut-curry dipping sauce.
Contact us for more pricing and information on our party trays!
Happy’s Hawaii presents the new ecoCABANA HI-FIVE! Our new mobile cabana-bar can be rented for your catering event! A bar for every needs: liquor, sushi, and of course endless summer rolls. The ecoCABANA HI-FIVE is made of sustainable materials like the bamboo siding, countertops, and bars. We are working on getting it solar-powered too! Also, starting this Thursday, April 29, along with our endless summer rolls, we will be serving healthy Asian-fusion green-cuisine in Haleiwa. We will have both bar and outdoor café seating.
Days: Thursdays & Fridays
Time: 11:30am – 2:30pm lunch, 5:00-8:00pm dinner
Location: 66-145 Kamehameha Hwy – Haleiwa Town Center
We don’t just make rolls! We have a fantastic list of menu items that you can choose from. Click here for catering menu. We do anything from party trays, dinners, and full events. Contact or visit us at one of the markets!
Lemongrass Organic Chicken Manoa Lettuce Cups with Peanut-Curry Sauce
Mama Thai Shrimp Udon Noodle Salad with Coconut-Lime Vinaigrette
Tropic Medley Summer Rolls with Ginger-Pineapple-Mac Nut Dressing
This Sunday on February 14th, 2010 is Valentine’s Day as well as the Chinese New Year and its the year of the tiger! Come to our booth this weekend to see our Chinese New Year’s goodies usually eaten for the celebration. The foods symbolize good luck in happiness, prosperity, and longevitiy.
The main item is “Bánh Tét” which is a rice cake filled with mung bean or banana wrapped in banana leaves. These cakes are cooked in boiling water for at least 5 hours. These cakes are very special to our culture and especially to my huge family as my mom is the only one who can make these cakes.
Happy Valentine’s and Chúc Mừng Năm Mới!