Try a 2 pack of this delicious Pork Lau Lau product from Keoki’s of Hawaii.
Keoki’s Pork Lau Lau is the most popular laulau in Hawaii. The name Keoki means “good luck”, and with only one ingredient it’s easy to see this delicious pork laulau is good luck for your taste buds.
This Pork Lau Lau consists of seasoned, steamed pork wrapped in ti leaves and cooked in an imu (underground oven). It is then served with white rice and poi. Just add water and cook for 30 minutes to make your lau lau at home. A delicious dish, made with pork, that you can cook in the oven, microwave or on the stovetop.
Lau Lau is one of Hawaii’s favorites. A generous portion of pork shoulder and a piece of Black Cod is hand wrapped in both Luau leaves then Ti leaves before steamed to perfection.
Ingredients: taro leaves, pork, pork fat, sablefish, salt
With expertise blended in its preparation, The Hawaiian Pork Lau Lau is a testament to the aloha spirit of Hawaii. It features a savory chunk of pork belly, carefully hand-wrapped in aromatic taro leaves and steamed to perfection. The result is a melt-in-your-mouth sensation, enriched with the elemental flavors of the land.
Keoki’s Pork Lau Lau Cooking Instructions
Starting a new culinary adventure? Keoki’s Lau Lau is an excellent place to start. The secret to the perfect Lau Lau lies in the special wrapping and lengthy steaming process.
- Start by placing a well-seasoned piece of pork belly onto a few taro leaves.
- Wrap up the ingredients like a parcel, ensuring the pork is snugly contained.
- Cook in a steamer until the meat is tender and flavors meld together.
Sounds simple, doesn’t it? But the technique takes some practice to master!
With Keoki’s Pork Lau Lau, you can lock in the practice of a culture that’s garnered respect and admiration worldwide with its unique cuisine. Try it once, the delectable flavor will surely turn you into a Hawaiian food lover!