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The 9 culinary specialties most appreciated by Polynesians

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Want to taste the dishes that are most appreciated by Polynesians?

The culinary specialties of the Polynesians must absolutely be tasted.

What are the 9 specialties that Polynesians love today?

The Polynesians had a traditional diet based on picking, fishing, as well as pig farming. Things have changed since the discovery of Tahiti by the first Europeans.

Nowadays it is a cuisine with French and Chinese influences that we can find in customs.

The team of Tahiti-Agenda.com based on the island of TAHITI would like to tell you what would be the 9 culinary specialties of Polynesia today. Tell us what your favorite specialties are by commenting at the bottom of the page.

The 9 culinary specialties most appreciated by Polynesians

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1 – Marinated fish in coconut milk

Poisson cru au lait de coco

Polynesians prefer to use fish from the lagoon, the taste is incomparable. Diced, the fish is salted and drizzled with fresh lemon juice and marinated with raw vegetables. The dish is watered with fresh milk of coconut

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2 – Fafa Chicken

Poulet Fafa

WIKIPEDIA – Fafa is a tuberous plant from the tropical regions of the Araceae family. It is a variety of taro, whose leaves are edible. They are rich in mineral salts, iron and calcium. The leaves are cooked in boiling salted water and lemon juice for about 30 minutes. Their final appearance approaches spinach. – Fafa chicken is appreciated and watered with coconut milk

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3 – ‘Ipo or coconut bread traditional style

'Ipo ou pain coco

The ‘Ipo is traditionally baked in the Tahitian oven or Ahima’a and has the texture of a cake. It is usually eaten during the traditional Polynesian meal.

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4 – Po’e or papaya or banana, or pumpkin dessert

Po'e ou entremet polynésien

This entremet is a dish of choice usually cooked in banana leaves. After cooking, the entremet is cut into pieces and drizzled with coconut milk. Generally eaten as a dessert.

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5 – Fresh tuna, sashimi style

Thon rouge en sashimi

The quality of bluefin tuna in Polynesian waters makes this dish a must. Accompanied with white rice and sauce, it is a real treat!

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6 – Ma’a Tinito

ma'a tinito tahiti

Made with red beans, macaroni style pasta, ground pork and served with a bowl of white rice, it is a typical dish invented in Tahiti!

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7 – Chao mein

chao mein tahiti

A true culinary institution, Chao Mein originated in Asia. Made with Chinese pasta, meats, shrimps and vegetables, it is a dish that can be enjoyed on a “roulotte” or in a restaurant.

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8 – Local Shrimp from Taravao

chevrettes locales de la presqu'île

The local shrimp or prawn of the peninsula of Tahiti is a delight !!!!

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9 – Uru, taro, yam, umara (sweet patato), tarua, fe’i

Uru, fei (banane plantain), igname, taro ...

These foods are part of an ahima’a (traditional meal). A delight!

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