Ease Into the Holidays And Avoid Winter Weight Gain

Posted On May 30 2017 by

Mix all ingrediants together. Linea bread loaf with
foil. Put the ti leaves on the foil; cutting to fit
the pan. Pour pudding into the pan and cover top with
foil. Bake 2 hour in 400 degree oven. Remove foil
during last half hour to allow pudding to brown. Note:
Kulolo was originally prepared with grated taro and
shredded coconut. It was wrapped in ti leaves and
baked in the imu.(under ground oven) James; Ive heard
you could try to get some of the ingredien from asian
stores. If theres a chinatown you could see if you
could get taro. I wish you luck. I dont have a recipe
for poi. I know its from taro. The taro is steamed and
pounded with water. looks like glue but grey.
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1/3 c. sugar 6 Tbsp. cornstarch 3/4 c. water 1-1/2 c. coconut milk In a sauce pan, combine sugar and cornstarch. Stir in water and blend well. Add coconut milk. Cook and stir over low heat until thickened. Pour into an 8 x 8 inch pan and chill until firm. Cut into 2 inch squares. This is one of very few “real” Hawaiian desserts we have. Another is kulolo. One day if we are VERY fortunate I may try to get over to Maui and visit my brother and his wife and see if they will make some for us. Kulolo is made from the taro root (same thing as the poi). I have seen this dish also prepared with bits of coconut added in it. I do not think that, if we were lucky to have this served at one of our family luau, we ever had coconut flakes added to it, though. While we are on the subject of desserts, I often get asked to make a Hawaiian dessert that involves pineapple (groan). I never ever had any sort of dessert that involved pineapples in it growing up. In fact, believe it or not, I have NEVER had pineapple upside cake. Anytime something contains pineapple in it, the name of the recipe is “Hawaiian” this or that and I laugh every time 🙂 Moving on to luau.

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