This dish is a tropical delight that cooks up in one pot. The dish is also plant paradox friendly if you use pastured chicken and humanely raised pork. It is hearty and delicious!
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Papua New Guinean
Prep Time 15minutes
Cook Time 1hour
Total Time 1hour15minutes
Author Darlene at International Cuisine
1largeBanana Leaffor cooking only not edible
2Taro rootsPeeled and cut up
2Green plantainspeeled and cut up
2Sweet potatoes peeled and cut up
2lbs Chicken boneless skinless thighs, cut into bite size pieces
2lbsPork bellycut into bite size pieces
1Pineapplecut into bite size pieces
2Limescut into wedges
In a large aluminum pan Place a layer down of banana leaf.
Next place a layer of Kale leaves
Place the root vegetables and plantains, over the kale
Next place the pork and chicken over the root vegetables
Sprinkle the salt over the meat.
Put the pineapple over the meat.
Squeeze the lime quarters and throw them in as well after squeezing.
Pour over the coconut milk
Cover with the remaining kale and cover with the rest of the banana leaf.
completely cover with a piece of aluminum foil.
Place BBQ on high heat and let cook for about 1 hour. Open up to make sure that the meat is cooked through and root vegetables are tender. It may take longer depending on how hot your grill gets. Serve hot and enjoy!