Rangi Mitaera-Johnson teaches Amy Kainuku how to make 'Uto Pancakes' on the island of Rarotonga.
Uto Pancakes are a Northern Island dish and are not commonly made in Rarotonga or the Southern Group.
You will need Uto (Coconut Embryo in English), flour, sugar and oil.
Follow along with Rangi's easy to follow instructions ....
Uto (coconut) pancakes
2-3 cups grated utos
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
In a large bowel, mix the uto, flour and sugar.
Take a handful of the mixture and make small patties with hands.
Heat a pan and add oil on a medium heat.
Cook the pancakes till colden brown on both sides.
Serve with favourite sauce.