How To Cook a Hangi the Traditional Maori Way’
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My name is Neville Rangi-Tane Pettersson (yellow t-shirt below). A few years ago I wanted to put down a Hangi for a party I was hosting - but I had absolutely no idea how to do it.
So I searched the internet for Hangi resources, but the information I found was nowhere enough to absolutely ensure success.
I mean the basic steps were there, but the one thing I did know, was that a Hangi is a very temperamental process and easy to stuff up.
If I stuffed this Hangi up I’d never live it down. Plus I’d have 30+ hungry people to feed, that’s a lot of Fish & Chips!
I decided the best thing to do was swallow my pride and get my two legendary Hangi loving uncles: Hoani (nickname ‘Big Head’, don’t ask!) and Paikea over to show me how to do it properly! I’m glad I did because there is a lot more to doing a Hangi than you’d think
Uncle Pike, Uncle Big Head and me setting up the day before
The really good news is that I videoed the whole thing and took heaps of notes! Since then I’ve done loads of Hangi's on my own and I’ve learn from my own mistakes. So NOW I’ve written this Hangi Guide, especially for you guys! It includes all of the important information that you won’t find anywhere else, but you NEED to know! Such as;
Not ALL soil is created equal! I’ll tell you how to carefully choose your Hangi spot and what type of earth is the best for putting down your Hangi.
The size and shape of your Hangi basket is VERY important! All the info is in here plus I’ll also tell you the best places to buy them.
How To Make A Hangi
Hangi rocks are probably the most important factor in your Hangi success. I’ll tell you the geological classification of the rocks you’ll need including full high-resolution colour pictures so you can identify the right Hangi stones easily.
No matter WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WORLD I’ll tell you where you can find the right Hangi stones - and more importantly how you can identify them once you find them.
I’ve also discovered 3 amazing places that you can find Hangi stones that I guarantee most people, including myself, would never have thought of!
No Hangi stones? Some places in this world just don’t have stones. No worries! I’ll tell you 3 alternatives you can use to make sure your Hangi gets done. If you want a Hangi - you shall HAVE your Hangi (I did one while working in Nigeria once!).
You’ll discover which wood gives the best taste. Plus I’ll tell you the which types of timber make the best fire and which combination of both is preferable for your Hangi fire.
I’ll also tell you exactly how much wood you’ll need and how you should stack the different combinations of wood with your stones.
Hangi Sacks, Cloths and Tools
An exact list of the necessary materials you’ll need including dimensions, how many you’ll need and where you can find them.
A complete list of the meat and vegetables you SHOULD have in your Hangi, as well as a few things you should never include. Also how to pack your food into your Hangi basket so it doesn’t burn on the bottom.
Recipes are also included for stuffing, steam puddings and fried bread, YUM!
Hangi Guide Bonus Materials
I’m currently offering 2 additional add-ons as part of the package absolutely FREE. I update and add new material regularly which you can access anytime! You have access to this material for life when you get this guide.
Hangi Bonus #1
Hangi Steam Pudding Recipe
A Hangi Steam Pudding makes a very nice addition to any Hangi. These magical little morsels are usually cooked in a can or other vessel with tin foil over the top. Serve hot with cream or custard as a desert to really finish them off!
Hangi Bonus #2
Fried Bread Recipe
Delicious fried bread is the perfect accompaniment for ANY Hangi. Served fresh with a little butter melting inside is a taste you won’t soon forget.
So here’s a run-down again of what you get;
1. The Complete NZ Hangi Guide
2. 80 Additional High Resolution Photos
3. 14 Minutes of Video Footage
4. FREE Access to newer versions of the guide and additional materials For Life!
5. Unlimited Email Support to answer all your questions
6. Hangi Steamed Pudding Recipe
7. Fried Bread Recipe