Pawpaw Poke refers to a dish from Cook Islands which is made of pawpaw fruit , arrowroot powder, sugar and coconut cream. The seeds of the Pawpaw fruit are peeled and removed, then boiled until tender. Mix all ingrediants, and bake at 400 degrees F for 1-2 hours. Pawpaw Poke dish serves as a delicious dessert for functions and various occasions in Cook Islands.

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