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Learn how to pick or buy fruit, cook, and prepare wonderful breadfruit dishes!
This new cookbook is essential for both novice and expert breadfruit cooks. It covers how to select fruit that will have the best taste and texture for the dish you are preparing. Then it covers the most important ways to cook breadfruit to eat plain (like potato) or use in various recipes. Finally, it presents 20 recipes selected from the last 25 years of breadfruit cookoffs and cooking contests in Hawai'i, allowing you to pick a perfect dish for any occasion.
Breadfruit, or ‘ulu in Hawaiian, is a versatile staple that has fed people throughout the Pacific for millenia. This cookbook is about rediscovering this delicious and nutritious food.
The first part of this book shows when to harvest, how to handle and easy ways to cook ‘ulu fruit. The second part presents a selection of award winning recipes from breadfruit cookoffs and festivals in Hawai‘i. Once you try a few of these dishes, we know you’ll be hooked on ‘ulu, a tasty and sustainable food from our island home.
Contents Preface by Dr. Diane Ragone 4 Introduction 5 When to pick ‘ulu fruit 6 Immature and full size green fruit 7 Mature fruit 9 Ripe fruit 10 Harvesting 11 Basic cooking techniques Steaming 13 Boiling 14 Baking 15 Frying 16 Traditional methods 16 Recipes Pupus 19 Spicy ‘Ulu Poke Breadfruit Hummus & Falafel ‘Ulu Chips & ‘Ulu Dip Wonton Wraps Soups, sides, and salads 25 Breadfruit Seafood Chowder ‘Ulu Salad ‘Ulu Fries Breadfruit Biscuits Main dishes 31 Corned Beef Patties Moloka‘i ‘Ulu Yellow Breadfruit Curry ‘Ulu au Gratin Savory Breadfruit Bake ‘Aina Lasagna Desserts 39 Kaua‘i Paradise Pie ‘Ulu Pops Breadfruit Pumpkin Pie ‘Ulu Custard Pie ‘Ulu Ice Cream Notes 46
Recipes by Celeste Aleah, Mariposa Blanco, Jeanette Bonilla, Mele Brewer, Laurel Brier, Honey Burns, Brenda Cloutier, Ingrid Estrella, Eno Garard, Ike ‘Aina–‘Ainaola Culinary Arts Class, Pauline Kalama, Jill Kawaiaea, Satsuki ‘Suki’ Matsuhashi, Wilkie McClaren, Genji K. Nakada, Manolya E. Oner, Nader ‘Nanoa’ Parsia, Richard ‘Ric’ Rocker, Dana Shapiro, Sara Thompson, Team Waipa
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Dr. Ragone was appointed Director of the Breadfruit Institute in 2003 and has worked at the National Tropical Botanical Garden since 1989. She is an authority on the conservation and use of breadfruit, conducting horticultural and ethnobotanical studies on this important Pacific staple crop for 25 years. Her extensive fieldwork on over 50 islands in Micronesia, Polynesia, and Melanesia enabled the NTBG to establish the world's largest collection of breadfruit at its Kahanu Garden in Hana, Maui. The Breadfruit Institute was created to promote the conservation and use of breadfruit for food and reforestation.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 48 pages. 11.00x0.12x8.50 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1479307491
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1479307491