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The Mashed Uru, otherwise known as mashed breadfruit or poi ʻulu is a traditional Tahitian dish. It represents a variation of poi, the taro root being substituted with ripe breadfruits. The receipt includes breadfruits, coconut milk, vegetable oil, finely chopped onions and salt. The fruits are boiled until they obtain a tender texture, drained and mashed together with the coconut milk. The ready mixture is mixed with the sauteed onions and seasoned with the salt. The mashed uru is served while hot.

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