New Zealand: Hangi Meal

Hangi Meal

Hangi Meal

Hangi
Hangi is a traditional Maori way of cooking. In this method, the food is placed in a pit containing heated stones. The food gets cooked by the heat from the stones surrounding the food. It takes about three to four hours to cook a Hangi meal. Meat, fish, and vegetables can be cooked by the Hangi method.

The image shows a meal with most of the items cooked by the Hangi method. The reddish looking item is kumara, a sweet potato like vegetable brought to New Zealand by Maori settlers.

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