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Haupia (Hawaiian Coconut Pudding) - Mama's Hawaiian Bar-b-cue

Haupia  ( Hawaiian Coconut Pudding )

Chef Sam Alboy/ Mama's Hawaiian Bar-b-cue 

 

(Makes about 10 portions)  

Ingredients:

5 cans

Coconut milk

9 TBLS

Sugar

1 tsp

Salt

5 TBLS

Cornstarch

 

 

 

 

Directions:

Heat four cans of coconut milk to a boil on your stove top. In a separate bowl combine the cornstarch, one can of coconut milk and the sugar.  Whisk the cold ingredients until the sugar and starch are dissolved.   As the coconut milk comes to a boil, gently stir in the cold mixture a little at time.  Bring back to a boil and then cut off the heat.  Continue stirring for about five minutes.  Pour the mixture into which ever cups you or ramekins you would like, if using glass put a spoon in first to help keep the glass from cracking. Place in the refrigerator and enjoy a tasty treat in about one hour.  You can top with cherries, chocolate chips or your favorite nuts.  

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