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Cook Islands' Poke Recipe - Food.com

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Combine the arrowroot & milk in a small bowl. Whisk until thoroughly combined. Pour the banana mixture in to a large bowl and mash with the sugar. Add the arrowroot/milk mixture & mix well. ...Show details

Created: 3 days ago

Cook Islands recipe: Banana poke - Pacific Daily News

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Preheat oven to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Mash bananas and place in a pot with just enough water to cover. Cook the banana mixture on low until it turns a dark pink. Add more water if needed, but the ...Show details

Created: 6 days ago

Cook Islands Poke - tfrecipes.com

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COOK ISLANDS POKE. poke is a traditional cook islands recipe for a classic dessert of cooked bananas mixed with milk, thickened with arrowroot, and sweetened with sugar that's baked and served in coconut milk. you can substitute the arrowroot with an equal amount of cornstarch. i recommend using a scale. 7oz cornstarch = about 1.5 cups. ...Show details

Created: 4 days ago

Cook Islands Poke | Cook Islands

Provided by : cookislands.travel

While the mamas guard their secrets, the basic poke recipe is a mix of an over ripe fruit, mixed with arrowroot, and baked in the oven for a few hours. Boiled fresh coconut cream and sugar gets poured on-top. Traditionally, mamas wrap the poke mixture in banana leaves and bake it in an underground oven. Eaten warm or cold, poke travels well. ...Show details

Created: 7 days ago

Recipes from The Cook Islands: Poke (Banana Pudding)

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Poke (Banana Pudding) Country: The Cook Islands Course: Dessert Makes: 4 servings. Ingredients: 1 cup starch (arrowroot is traditional, but cornstarch can also be used) 2 cups mashed or pureed banana Sugar (optional) 3/4 cup coconut cream Directions: Blend the bananas with the starch until you get a smooth consistency. ...Show details

Created: 7 month ago

Cook Islands Poke | RNZ Recipes

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She dropped by RNZ to shared some family recipes including Rukau, Fish with coconut cream, and this Cook Islands poke. POKE (over ripe banana dish) 4 cups(mug size)of cooked bananas 2 cups arrowroot starch Coconut cream. Mix the two ingredients well together and put into a small size roast dish. Sprinkle a bit of water on top to add some moist ...Show details

Created: 20 days ago

Cook Islands Recipes - Poke

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You need to bake 'poke' in the oven like a cake or baked pudding. We have our ground oven, 'umu' where most of our traditional foods are cooked. Take 1 cup of banana pulp to 2 cups of arrowroot starch and mash together. Make sure the arrowroot is well incorporated into the pulp. ...Show details

Created: 3 days ago

Cook Island Recipes - The Migrating Kitchen Trust

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Peel the ripe bananas, put in a pot with one cup of water and cook slowly until golden brown. Remove from the heat and leave until cold. Mix 2 cups banana to one cup pia (arrowroot powder) Keep repeating until you runs out of banana. ...Show details

Created: 20 days ago