Kulolo refers to a Hawaiian dessert - a taro pudding which is also made of coconut milk like Haupia , however the main ingredient for Kulolo is Taro. Hawaiian pudding made of taro, brown sugar and coconut milk. Haupia is coconut pudding, a Hawaiian dessert. Kulolo was originally prepared with grated taro and shredded coconut. It was wrapped in ti leaves and baked in the imu. (underground oven)

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