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hangi originates from New Zealand!

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Why is hangi and pavlova the traditional dish for New Zealand?

I dunno about Hangi but Pavlova was invented by a lady called Anna Pavlova, and she was a Kiwi. However, today is is a bit of a debate about whether or not it is actually a traditional New Zealand dish, as it is commonly regarded as Australian food. Hope this helps (:


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Hangi is the name of a traditional way of cooking of New Zealand which is a method inherited from Maori culture. It consists of putting a series of ingredients together, meat and vegetables and cook them using heated stones. Some traditional ingredients used to prepare a hangi dish are lamb meat, chicken meat, potatoes, cabbage and pumpkin.


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