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Samoan Coconut Creamed “Spinach” | Palusami

In Samoa, corned beef is called pisupo – which is just means canned food. The dish is traditionally made with young taro leaves and coconut cream wrapped in older taro leaves (the end result looking like a little pouch), which is then baked in an underground oven called an imu, but Samoans who have immigrated to the USA have assured me that spinach makes a fine substitute and a casserole is great if you can’t get the right leaves. As for the coconut cream, you can make this by shaving…

Lu Pulu - A Polynesian Food Ingredients * 15 taro leaves washed stems removed * 1 can corn beef * 1 cup coconut milk * 1 medium size onion * 1 chopped tomato (optional) * 1 banana leaf or 50sq cm foil. Salt and Pepper to taste.

Lu Pulu ( Taro Leaves and Corned Beef)

Ingredients * 15 taro leaves washed stems removed * 1 can corn beef * 1 cup coconut milk * 1 medium size onion * 1 chopped ...

Watermelon Otai For A Crowd | Cafe Johnsonia

Watermelon Otai For A Crowd | Cafe Johnsonia

Every summer get-together deserves a great party punch. When my husband’s aunt and uncle invited us to their farm for a little family reunion yesterday, I asked if we could make Watermelon Otai. Otai is something we usually seem to have at big family parties with my husband’s side of the family. Everyone loves it, …

Samoan Chop Suey

Where Can I Get Canned Bat Meat?

Canned corned beef. I actually bought some. We actually ate it. We actually liked it! I was surprised to find in all of my reading about...

Island Style Sukiyaki

Island Style Sukiyaki

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This is an all time favorite in the Island, especially for fiesta, or any family gathering. This dish has a lightly sweet taste blended with soy sauce which makes it so good and it is a dish of it's own. You have your starch, meat and vegetables all in one. Great dish for served with rice.

Samoan Style Chicken with Coconut Rice {Food of the World} ~ Lydia's Flexitarian Kitchen

Samoan Style Chicken & Coconut Rice {Food of the World}

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This month's Food of the World challenge takes us to the island nation of Samoa. Before the challenge I didn't know anything about Samoa except The Rock is of Samoan descent. After researching, I still don't know much about Samoa other than it has always been of strategic importance to the various navies and colonial powers in the South Pacific. They produce cocoa beans, bananas and coconuts (Wiki), which are featured in today's recipe. I found a Samoan style chicken recipe which claims…

Kalbi BBQ Ribs Hawaiian Style Recipe

Kalbi BBQ Ribs Hawaiian Style Recipe

This Recipe is from: Recipe Zaar 35 min | 15 min prep SERVES 5 -7 ...

Delicious traditional Samoan pancake are deep fried, not grilled. Serve with butter and jam for a breakfast treat!

Auntie Luci's Panikeke Lapotopoto (Samoan/Tongan Round Pancakes) Recipe

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Delicious traditional Samoan pancake are deep fried, not grilled. Serve with butter and jam for a breakfast treat!

Traditional Sapa Sui (Samoan Chop Suey)

Traditional Sapa Sui (Samoan Chop Suey) | Food.com

I love this recipe! It's cheap, delicious and fast to prepare. It comes from an old boyfriend's mum. She is Samoan and a great cook. As this is a Samoan recipe, you can bet it's going to feed a small army.

Sapasui is a well loved Asian influenced island dish usually consisting of stir-fried beef and vermicelli with soy sauce and mixed vegetables.   As a regular staple in many island households, everyone has their own way of making Sapasui and there are a number of variations to the theme.  Some people like to use different meats...Read More »

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Sapasui is a well loved Asian influenced island dish usually consisting of stir-fried beef and vermicelli with soy sauce and mixed vegetables. As a regular staple in many island households, everyone has their own way of making Sapasui and there are a number of variations to the theme. Some people like to use different meats...Read More »