|Place of origin||Vanuatu|
|Main ingredients||breadfruit, taro, yam, coconut cream, pork, beef, chicken or flying fox|
Laplap (sometimes spelled lap lap) is the national dish of Vanuatu. Laplap is prepared by grating breadfruit, bananas, taro or yam roots into a vegetable paste. The paste is then wrapped in banana leaves and cooked in an underground stone oven, with fresh coconut cream. Meats like pork, beef, chicken or flying fox can be added.
- The secrets of Vanuatu's national dish, the Lap Lap
- "Anyone for some Lap-Lap ? | Vanuatuan Cuisine". Vanuatu Traveller | vanuatutraveller.com. 2016-04-13. Retrieved 2018-03-07.
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