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Chicken This Tasty Must Be Illegal!
If there’s one thing I’m grateful for, it’s that I have been fortunate enough to visit Hawaii. It took a lot of planning and saving but it was so worth it! What I’ve noticed later on is that it’s impossible to explain the aloha to someone who hasn’t been there to experience it. I guess you could say it’s every single positive thing you can think of put together, multiplied with love and then divided by the amount of people living on the islands. I’ve never felt so welcome and so at home before, or since, during my travels.
However, there is another thing about Hawaii that I can make people understand, and that’s food. Oh my goodness, it’s so delicious! Hawaiian cuisine, just like the people living there, is a mixture of different cultures and tropical flavors. The ingredients are fresh and tasty, and every meal makes you feel like it’s the best thing you’ve ever had in your entire life. That’s why I had such high hopes for this recipe – and I certainly wasn’t disappointed when I tried it!
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Quick Tip: Adjust the amount of hot sauce to your taste.