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Lau Lau Recipe: Hawaiian Pork And Taro Packets (laulau)

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Laulau is an insanely delicious Hawaiian food made from pork, black cod and taro leaves. They are wrapped in ti leaves and steamed until tender. When I was in Hawaii, this was one of my favorite foods.This is an awesome recipe with simple preparation and a fun presentation. Broke da mouth dis one! Thanks for watching.
Ingredients
  Taro leaves/Spinach leaves 1 Bunch (100 gm) (The stems are cut into 1 1/2-inch pieces and boiled)
  Black cod 2 Cup (32 tbs), cut into bite size pieces
  Pork belly 2 Cup (32 tbs), cut into bite size pieces
Directions

MAKING
1. Take four of the taro leaves, place 2 pieces of pork, a piece of fish and few of the boiled taro stems. Roll up the leaves and pack it in a banana leaf and tie it up neatly with a string.
2. Once the leaf packets are assembled, put them in a steamer and cook them for about 3 hours.

SERVING
3. Serve them by opening the leaf packets while they are warm. They can be served with macaroni salad or rice.

Things You Will Need
1. Steamer
2. Banana leaves - 1 Packet (If frozen, defrost them and cut each of them into manageable pieces)

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Medium
Cuisine: 
Hawaiian
Preparation Time: 
20 Minutes
Cook Time: 
180 Minutes
Ready In: 
200 Minutes
Servings: 
8
Subtitle: 
Hawaiian Pork with Cod Fish Wrapped in Banana Leaves
Fine dinning option at home. This video prepares a Hawaiian style pork know an laulau. It is made with the goodness of Asian taste combine with pork and cod fish wrapped in banana leaves. Steamed to give a rich taste, it is a very healthy form of cooking. Made quickly and delicious, this exotic dish goes very well as a side dish with noodles or rice.

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