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Taro Rolls

Taro Bread

Hawaiian taro is more versatile today than just traditional poi. In the islands it's also made into chips (as in potato chips) and even flour which is then used to bake pancakes, or bread. Our Polynesian Cultural Center Alii Luau recipe calls for a delicious dinner roll form.
Yield: 1-1/2 doz


  Warm water (90 degrees), 1-1/3 cups
  Egg, 1
  Poi, 1 cup
  Butter, softened, 1/2 cup
  Purple Food Coloring, 1 tsp
  Sugar, 1 cup
  Flour, 2 lbs
  Salt, 1/4 tsp
  Yeast , 2-1/2 tsp


Using a table mixer
In a mixing bowl combine egg, butter, food coloring, poi and water
Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients.
Mix all ingredients on speed 2 with a dough hook; texture should be smooth
Remove from mixing bowl and place on flour table top; scale 3 oz. Dough and roll into ball size.
Line baking pan with aluminum foil and place roll taro balls 3x4
Set a side to rise for 15-20 minutes
Bake at 225 degrees for 20 minutes.
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