Friday, March 21, 2014

What's For Pudding?

  1. cassava ( a tropical plant ) She grab a handfull of it and squeeze it on to her hands.
  2. next she takes the cassava and takes it into the cookhouse.
  3. next she heats some special rocks.
  4. next she places half of the rocks at the bottom of a motu also known as a stone oven using a large wooden tongs.
  5. after that she placers the banana leaves on the motu.
  6. offences the leaves are in place she put cassava pulp on top of the smaller banana in the motu
  7. after she flatting the cassava out and makes a parcel by wrapping the leaves over top of the leaves.
  8. next she covers this parcel with more banana leaves.
  9. Using the tong’s she, she places the rest of the the hot rocks.
  10. on the very top of this layer of leaves, she gets heavy rock to to weigh it down.
  11. you have to be very patient to cook this way.
  12. she leaves the cassava to cook motu for three hours.
  13. after all this time, she takes off the hot rocks.
  14. she fans the parcel containing the cassava to cool it down, then carefully lift it out of the motu and leaves it to cool.
  15. now she shakes some of the hot rocks individually between two coconut.
  16. the rock are then placed in the bowl containing coconut milk had prepared some for her.
  17. this helps to warm up the milk to the same temperature as the cassava cooking in the motu.
  18. next she unwraps the parcel containing the cassava and places it in a bowl, which she gives to someone. her friend has A big bamboo that he uses to mash the cooked cassava.
  19. as he mashes the cassava she slowly pours in the coconut milk.

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