Guava Hawaiian Barbecue


We think Guava needs more attention in the spotlight! Adoboloco Guava Hawaiian Barbecue sauce has a silky smooth texture bringing a slightly sweet but robust flavor to anything you put it on. It’s not overpowering, it’s not undetectable, it’s just right and pairs nicely with the poi as well. Try it on ribs, wings, steak, fish, chicken or stir fry. Expand your horizons with Guava! If it was possible to bottle a sunset, this would be it!


We only use the best ingredients: NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP or CORN SYRUP, NON GMO SOY BEANS and WHEAT FREE. With Korean influences this sauce can be used straight out of the bottle or used to marinate for your next BBQ.




For many years, Co-Founder of Adoboloco, Tim Parsons has been making Hawaiian Barbecue for family and friends. Requests started coming in “You need to bottle this! It needs to be part of Adoboloco so we can have it at home”. Some couldn’t eat it due to the original ingredients. Inspired by a family member that suffers from Celiac Disease, it was time to make some changes. Everyone should be able to enjoy it. Adoboloco has spent the last few years reformulating the original recipe to be healthier. It’s now NON-GMO, Gluten Free and NO CORN SYRUP.


It will give you the authentic Hawaiian Barbecue flavor. Adoboloco Hawaiian Barbecue is ready to serve and easy to use as a condiment in almost any dish. A melting pot of ethnic backgrounds has brought many delicious foods to Hawaii. The fusion of cultures and flavors has inspired many. This and the fact that Hawaii is so remote, fosters the creative, unique cuisine and flavors.

Remember the last time you were on the beach in Hawaii? Or a pau hana (after work) barbecue in the driveway or backyard with family, friends and neighbors. Now it’s possible to have these flavors all year round with ADOBOLOCO HAWAIIAN BARBECUE. The smell of the grill, hot and loaded with ono (delicious) food! Or cooking an easy mid-week dinner for the family.

Use HAWAIIAN BARBECUE to marinate, grill, saute, baste, braise, or in your Crock-Pot. It’s very easy to mix up some Poke or a dressing for your salads or a base for a slaw or a quick vegetable and noodle stir-fry. Up your burger game, use our very easy Hawaiian Barbecue Burger recipe and other ideas here:


ADOBOLOCO HAWAIIAN BARBECUE can be used as a fresh Poke sauce. Cube your choice of raw fish or seared rare to medium rare rib-eye steak toss in ADOBOLOCO HAWAIIAN BARBECUE and garnish with green onion and sesame seeds. Poke made simple.


Huli Huli (Hawaiian for “flip” or “repeatedly flip”) Barbecue Chicken. Light up the grill with some mesquite coals, baste your chicken and keep it flippin’. So delicious. For a very simple grilled chicken, salt and pepper, grill, drizzle with ADOBOLOCO HAWAIIAN BARBECUE right before serving.


INGREDIENTS: Guava Paste (Guava, Cane Sugar, Citric Acid), Water, Apple Cider Vinegar, Lemon Juice, Onion, Tamari (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Sugar, Alcohol, Vinegar, Lactic Acid), Tomato Paste (Vine-ripened fresh tomatoes and naturally derived citric acid), Garlic, Smoked Paprika, Hawaiian Poi (Taro, Water), Sea Salt, Sherry, Inactive Bakers Yeast, Hamajang Hot Sauce (Apple Cider Vinegar, Chili Pepper, Garlic, Sea Salt), Ground Ginger, Natural Flavor, Black Pepper  CONTAINS: SOY


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