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We call it luau stew, some people refer to this dish as beef luau. Its hard to believe that something this easy to make tastes so good! For those that live on the mainland, you can purchase pre-cooked, frozen taro (luau) leaves either from Asian markets that carry Hawaii products or from HawaiianFoodOnline.com
In a large pot, add stew meat and add water (just enough to cover meat). Add onion a pinch of hawaiian salt and bring to full boil. Bring temperature down and allow to simmer over med heat for 1- 1.5 hours until meat is tender. Once the meat is tender, add thawed taro leaves and mix lightly. Taste broth and add more salt if necessary. Turn heat down to low and allow to cook for another 30 minutes.
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