Lūʻau (food) facts for kids
|Alternative names||Poulet fafa, Rourou, Rukau|
|Place of origin||Polynesia, Fiji|
|Region or state||Cook Islands, French Polynesia, Hawaii|
|Main ingredients||Taro leaves, coconut milk|
Lūʻau, known alternatively as Poulet fafa in French Polynesia, Rourou in Fiji and Rukau in the Cook Islands is a traditional Polynesian stew. The name of this dish in Hawaii and other parts of the pacific is derived from its main ingredient, Taro leaves, which are cooked down and coconut milk added. Variations of this dish differ between islands. In Hawaii, octopus is added to this dish alongside onion and garlic, the dish being referred to as Squid Lū'au.
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