R O Y
' S H A W A I I A N M A R T I N I
Adapted by StarChefs
recipe is perfect for when you want to serve a more sophisticated
cocktail to a group of friends. While it does require that you
marinate the pineapples in the liquor for at least 2 days, you'll
find that it's well worth the wait. A large glass jar or even
a big glass would work beautifully. If you're not familiar with
it, Malibu is a sweet, coconut flavored, white Caribbean rum.
approximately 12 (4-ounce) servings
(750 mL) bottles Skyy Vodka (or 4-1/2 cups)
(750 mL) bottle Malibu Rum (1-1/2 cups)
bottle Stolichnaya Vanil (3/4 cup)
pineapple cut into 1/2-inch thick wedges
the pineapple wedges into the jar. Pour in the remaining ingredients
and allow the pineapples to marinate for at least two days. To
serve, ladle approximately 4 ounces of the liquor into a stainless
steel shaker half filled with ice. Shake 30 times, and strain
into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a wedge of marinated
pineapple and enjoy!
opened in 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Since then, Chef Roy Yamaguchi's
innovative "Hawaiian Fusion" cuisine has become available
to food lovers all over the United States. Roy's Orlando shares
this famous Hawaiian Martini recipe.