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Desicated coconut recipes

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nuggles Sun 18-Dec-16 23:18:27

Got tons of it. What can I do with it folks - any suggestions?

TeaPleaseLouise Sun 18-Dec-16 23:23:53

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nancy75 Sun 18-Dec-16 23:25:22

Lamingtons, squares of Madeira type cake, dipped in chocolate and rolled in coconut lovely!

AndNoneForGretchenWieners Sun 18-Dec-16 23:25:52

Lamingtons
Macaroons
I use them to decorate fairy cakes - glacé icing, cherry, roll in coconut

Tartyflette Sun 18-Dec-16 23:27:37

A few recipes here, I've made the magic coconut cake and it's lovely.
www.jocooks.com/?s=Coconut+
Also Delia has a nice coconut cake recipe.
Also -- Stir some into curries, add some to a caribbean style beans and rice dish.

SingaSong12 Sun 18-Dec-16 23:33:31

Is it sweetened? If not it can be toasted and used in curries. Not a good cook myself, just eaten it in dishes. I was trying to find a recipe example and came up with this for Goan coconut chicken curry.
Intriguing 4th ingredient "6 (about 650g) chicken lovely legs". Maybe it's a brand name, there are a couple of others.

www.taste.com.au/recipes/33609/goan+coconut+chicken+curry

nuggles Sun 18-Dec-16 23:35:55

Oooh they all sound delicious, will definitely give a few of them a go over Christmas. Yes it's unsweetened, didn't think to add to curries.

How much would you say is safe, well appropriate for my 2 year old? A teaspoon in his porridge be too much?

NurseRosie Mon 19-Dec-16 05:33:27

http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/13245/raspberry+jam+coconut+slice
My Aunt used to make this, I love it x

lovelearning Mon 19-Dec-16 07:21:37

appropriate for my 2 year old

Omit the rum for a teetotal version of these rum balls (use three teaspoons of rum essence instead).

www.pikeletandpie.com/2009/12/rum-balls/

Weedsnseeds1 Thu 22-Dec-16 18:37:11

You can make coconut milk from it by blitzing in boiling water, steeping it and straining the bits out.

hugoagogo Thu 22-Dec-16 18:43:04

bounty cake even I like it and I hate bountys.

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