Tater tots were invented to use extra potato shavings from making french fries & are a favorite of kids & adults around the world; why not enjoy tater tots made from breadfruit?Author:
Steam your fresh ulu for 10 - 25 minutes and let cool. If using Hawaiʻi ʻUlu Co-op Recipe-Ready ʻUlu, follow heating instructions, then shred with a cheese grater and make ʻulu paʻiʻai with a pounder or food processor. You can also use a fork to mash.
In a small bowl, mix the ʻulu flour and seasonings.
In a large bowl, add your shredded ʻulu, ʻulu paʻiʻai, flour mixture, and mix thoroughly with your hands. It should result in a pie crust consistency.
Slowly add in your coconut milk until it becomes a dough.
Heat the frying oil on medium heat making sure it is hot enough to sizzle when tots are placed in the pan. Add in your tots so they are immersed, and fry until golden and crispy.
Lay your tots on a plate with a paper towel and immediately and salt and pepper to taste.
If you enjoyed this recipe, try our ʻUlu Beef Stew recipe!