LOUISE MEI WAH QUAN is a second year undergraduate student from the Solomon Islands with Chinese and I-Kiribati heritage. Her pride and interest in her multicultural heritage has led her to the ANU, where she studies Chinese and Pacific Studies.

Cassava Pudding is a savory cake eaten in the Solomon Islands, and across other parts of Oceania. It is traditionally cooked in an outdoor oven.


1.3kg of scraped casava
2 cups of coconut milk (canned or squeezed from scraped mature coconut)
6tbs sugar

Combine casava and sugar
Add in coconut milk and mix well
Bake at 180°C for 90min.

Posted by Alice Dawkins

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