Cooked Luau Leaves
Use cooked luau leaves in your favorite chicken, fish, squid or pork
dish, as you would spinach. Add sweetened coconut milk and boil the leaves
until they fall apart, add squid (or chicken, pork or beef) and make your
own squid luau (or chicken, pork or beef), served at fine Hawaiian weddings.
Unfortunately, we cannot ship fresh luau leaves due to the fact that they
wilt very fast. Shipping conditions are not suitable for the delicate luau leaf.
This food is a high in fiber, vitamins and minerals.
Preparation: Keep frozen until ready for use. To make your own lau lau or squid/chicken
luau dish, simply simmer leaves in coconut milk along with your choice
of meats (beef, pork, chicken or seafood) and simmer until leaves fall
apart for an island-style meal. Alternatively, use as you would frozen
spinach. Re-freeze up to six months.