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Tonga. It’s a land of complete mystery to me. All I knew before the My Kitchen My World group selected it as our next culinary destination was that it’s Polynesian. An archipelago of tr…
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Check out this amazing recipe for the best faikakai topai you've ever had! Faikakai is a sweet Tongan delicacy usually reserved for special occasions and days of feasting so make sure you get your feast on when you prepare this for your next family gathering! Via ilovecoconutcream.com Faikakai Topai Serves 4Delicious dumplings with sweet coconut sauce Coconut Sauce 2 cups raw sugar 2 cups of coconut cream (thick consistency eg.
Keke Vai (Siaine) 4 Cups flour 2 tsp. baking powder 1-1/2 cups Sugar 3 cups water or less but add 1/4 cup at a time you ...
I was on facebook the other day and my friend Natalie mentioned that she loved Tongan chop Suey. When we first arrived here in Tonga, my friend Lini bought over some dinner...It was Tongan chop suey and we all TOTALLY fell in love with it. It’s a family winner. It’s simple and I’m sure the recipe varies ALOT, but this is my version: Ingredients:1 Tin of Corned Beef (approx 326g can) Lots of finely chopped fresh Garlic (5-6 cloves...more the better!) Lots of finely chopped fresh Ginger (about…
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Ingredients * 15 taro leaves washed stems removed * 1 can corn beef * 1 cup coconut milk * 1 medium size onion * 1 chopped tomato (opti...
Most versions of ‘otai have always contained a base of three ingredients: a type of fruit, a type of milk, and water. That is, however, where the consistencies in the recipes end. The original Tongan recipe would call for the fekkika, a special mountain apple to Tonga, but the general preference has moved towards the European-imported fruits like watermelon, mango and pineapple. Nowadays, particularly with the prevalence of watermelon in Tonga, ‘otai is made most often as a watermelon drink.
- • 1 Lime, Juice of
- • 1 Mango, fresh
- • 1/2 Watermelon, ripe seedless
- • 1 7 oz can Coconut milk
- • 2 tbsp Honey
Nuts & Seeds
- • 1/2 cup Coconut
- • 1 Ice
- • 1/2 cup Water