Family Ingredients

Laulau Preparation

Laulau, a traditional Hawaiian dish, is usually made with pork or chicken. However, Hawai‘i chef Ed Kenney learns how to make laulau with venison from Anela Evans, Lāna‘i sytle. The magic of a pressure cooker cuts down cooking time by hours!

Laulau Preparation

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