RECIPE: Kamaboko Dip

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Well hello there!  Glad to see you back so soon ;)!  So today we're talking Kamaboko Dip.  Hold the fort - a recipe?  Yep!  I know, I know - it's been a while.  Moving on!  First off, I was inspired to make and do this recipe while writing my guest post for Melyssa's blog. Second of all - fun fact - I avoided Kamaboko as a kid, probably up until the last couple of years.  To be honest, I never eat it sliced.  I don't know why.  It's still weird for me, fish cake??  Hmmm! But I do eat it if it's julienne or diced - usually in a dish called fried saimin, somen salad or sometimes fried rice - or in KAMABOKO DIP!!

This dip is very popular in Hawaii and you can find it at many gatherings as a "pupu" (appetizer).  The dip also works as a filling and makes for tasty tea sandwiches!

This recipe is so easy, and when I googled Kamaboko, apparently it can usually be found in stores nationwide (and around the world, especially in Asia) - so go look for it and make some because it is "ono"-licious and BOMB.COM!
Kamaboko Dip:
1 pkg Kamaboko (fish cake)
8 oz Cream Cheese
2 dollops of Mayonnaise
1/4 cup of Green Onion (scallions)

Dice, grate or shred the Kamaboko.  Add softened cream cheese and mayo and mix well.  Add in green onions and salt and pepper to taste.  Serve with Ritz crackers.  HOW EASY IS THAT? Come on now!  Get this in your belly now!!!

xoxo, Aukele

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