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A traditional Samoan dish of wrapped bundles of taro leaves with a coconut and onion filling. Sometimes made with chicken or fish along with the coconut. Very similar to our Hawaiian lau lau, this particular version is made with corned beef.

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Prep Time: 30 minutes | Cook Time: 2 hours | Ready In: 2 1/2 hours
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12 large pieces ti leaves, center rib removed
2 bunches (50 leaves) taro leaves, washed
1 tsp. alaea salt
2 (12 oz.) cans corned beef
1 medium onion, diced
1 (12 oz.) can coconut milk
6, 12” pieces aluminum foil

Cooking Process:

In a shallow dish; place one ti leaf across another. Remove stems and tough veins from taro leaves. Arrange 8-10 leaves alternately on each set of ti leaves; sprinkle with salt. Divide corned beef into 6 portions; place onto taro leaves. Top with onions. Working one at a time, pour approximately ¼-1/3 cup of coconut milk onto corned beef; fold leaves over each other; keeping coconut milk in. Bring ti leaf ends tightly; tie leaf ends together with stems or string. Wrap tightly with foil. Repeat. Place in steamer over medium heat; steam 2 hours. Variation: Place in a baking pan; place in a larger pan with 1-inch of water. Cover; bake in pre-heated 350 degree oven 1 ½ hours.

how to serve:
Serves 6.