‘Ulu or breadfruit is a delicious fruit found throughout Hawai’i. In ancient Hawaiian culture, it was utilized in a variety of ways and held as a symbol of abundance. Join Lauren Gilbertson, our Digital Customer Experience Specialist, as she shows us how to make her favorite recipe for ‘Ulu Bread. View the video below!
1 ¼ cup very ripe, soft ulu
1 ¾ cup sifted AP flour
3 teaspoon baking powder
⅓ cup oil
2 tablespoons milk
⅔ cup sugar
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Grease your loaf pans with a small amount of oil to prevent sticking.
Sift the flour into a mixing blow, then combine with the baking powder & salt. Once dry ingredients are mixed, set the mixing bowl aside.
Cut each ‘ulu fruit in half, and remove the pit from each side. Using a spoon, scoop the flesh of the ‘ulu fruit into a meauring cup or small bowl.
Combine the ‘ulu fruit, eggs, milk, and oil into a blender and mix until well blended.
Add the sugar to the mixture and mix again until a thick batter is formed.
Using a spatula, scrape the ‘ulu batter into the mixing bowl containing the dry ingredients mixture. Stir the batter and flour mixture together until the dry ingredients are fully incorporated.
Pour or scrape the finished ‘ulu batter into your loaf pans.
Place the load pans into the oven and bake for 1 hour until done.