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To make kalua pig in an imu, oven or slow cooker? While using an imu is impressive, it is a massive job, requiring a gang of helpers, playing with big fire, hard rocks, lots of earth moving and tree chopping. Hmm... sounds like fun! But then perhaps liquid smoke and slow cooker will do.
- What is Hawaiian kālua pig?
- How do I build an imu (underground oven)?
- How do I cookie kalua pig at home with just a slow cooker?
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An impressive and massive job of laying on the food to be cooked in an imu.
Hawaiian Imu Underground Oven at Habilitat Hawaii getting ready for the 12th annual Luau, Auction and Benefit concert. This is the traditional way to cook a ...
Detailed instruction of how to build and use an imu to make kalua pork.
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Kālua is a traditional Hawaiian cooking method that utilizes an imu, a type of underground oven. The word kālua, which literally means "to cook in an underground oven", may also be used to describe the food cooked in this manner, such as kālua pig or kālua turkey, which are commonly served at luau feasts. The same method of cooking can be found in Sardinia, a Mediterranean island, and it's called carraxiau. Traditionally, a fire using koa wood is built in a sand or dirt pit called the imu. The p
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Simple recipe for your kitchen using oven.
Kalua Pork is traditionally prepared in an imu (Hawaiian underground oven), but Chef Keoni Chang shares this fun way to get very similar results in the conve...
A slow-cookier recipe that replaces the liquid smoke with bacon's smoky flavor. Lots of photos.
Wow. I don’t think you can come up with an easier recipe than this one! All you need is a big ass pork roast, a few slices of bacon, Hawaiian Sea Salt, and PATIENCE! Remember — quality matters when...
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