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Monday, January 23, 2012

Hawaiian Ulu

Ulu otherwise known as breadfruit is the staple food of many Polynesians. They are beautiful trees with big green leaves and an abundance of fruits. If left to over ripen the fruits become soft but they are still edible. They are like exotic potatoes of the tropics providing starch for the meals. The way I prepare them is cutting them in half, baking them for about 20 minutes at 325 degrees, then putting melted butter, honey, and cinnamon on them to taste. Simple, fast, and yummy!

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