Kulolo

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Kulolo
Dessert
Kulolo.jpg
Place of origin:
United States
Region or state:
Hawaii
Main ingredient(s):
Taro corms, coconut meat or coconut milk
Recipes at Wikibooks:
Cookbook Kulolo
Media at Wikimedia Commons:
Wikimedia Commons  Kulolo
 
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Kulolo
Dessert
Kulolo.jpg
Place of origin:
United States
Region or state:
Hawaii
Main ingredient(s):
Taro corms, coconut meat or coconut milk
Recipes at Wikibooks:
Cookbook Kulolo
Media at Wikimedia Commons:
Wikimedia Commons  Kulolo

Kulolo is a Hawaiian dessert made primarily from mashed taro corms and either grated coconut meat or coconut milk. Considered a pudding, kulolo has a solid consistency like fudge and is often served cut into squares. Its consistency is also described as being chewy and lumpy like tapioca, and its taste something like caramel.[1]

Traditional kulolo recipes call for wrapping the mixture in ti leaves and baking it in an imu (underground oven) for 6 to 8 hours. Modern recipes call for placing the mixture in a baking pan, covering it with aluminum foil, and baking in a standard oven for about 1-2 hours.[2]

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  1. ^ Honolulu Star-Bulletin Hawaii News
  2. ^ Catherine Kekoa Enomoto - By Request

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