Email Pinterest Twitter Instagram YouTube Icon Navigation Search Icon Main Search Icon Video Play Icon Plus Icon Minus Icon Check Icon Print Icon Note Icon Heart Icon Filled Heart Icon Single Arrow Icon Double Arrow Icon BLT Icon TV Icon Close Icon Sorted BLT/Search Icon
Papua-new-guinea - This recipe is by epicuriantime.com - A Chef in your kitchen. recipesondiet.com. "> Facebook LinkedIn Email Pinterest Twitter Instagram YouTube Icon Navigation Search Icon Main Search Icon Video Play Icon Plus Icon Minus Icon Check Icon Print Icon Note Icon Heart Icon Filled Heart Icon Single Arrow Icon Double Arrow Icon BLT Icon TV Icon Close Icon Sorted BLT/Search Icon

The cuisine of Papua-New-Guinea

The foods of Papua-New-Guinea
The traditional diet of Papua New Guinea is largely vegetarian with the population relying heavily on taro roots, sweet potatoes and sago (a starchy substance taken from sago palms). Fruits are also considered a staple of the diet with bananas, coconuts, guavas, pineapples, watermelons, papayas and mangoes often accompanying meals
The traditional Papua New Guinean meals below are based on indigenous ingredients that have been gathered in jungles or grown in home gardens:
Chicken pot: chicken that has been simmered with mixed vegetables and coconut cream. :
Mumu: Pork is roasted in a traditional earth oven and is served with sweet potatoes, rice and vegetables. :
Kokoda Fish: Fish that has been cooked with a lime-coconut sauce. :
Kaukau: Baked sweet potato. :
Sago: The substance gathered from a sago palm is the starch used for making bread and puddings. :
Dia: Sago and bananas cooked with coconut cream.
on The World Cuisine
 

Cacio e Pepe Pasta

Cheese soufflé

Paella Valenciana

Caramel custard

Thai chicken lemon grass coconut soup -tom kai

Cacio e Pepe Pasta

Chicken Fingers

Sriracha sauce

Sweet and Sour Pork

 
The style of cooking is influenced by:
Papua-New-Guinea
Asian

4 recipes selected, Page 1 of 1