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Do not confuse coconut milk or water fresh from the coconut with coconut cream. It is easy to make your own coconut cream at home.

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes

1 coconut, shell removed and flesh grated (or 2.5 ounces fresh grated coconut), coconut water reserved
Reserved coconut water, plus enough cream or milk to measure 1 quart

In a heavy saucepan, cover the grated coconut with the coconut water and cream. Bring slowly to a boil, stirring often. Cover with a lid and let cool to room temperature.

Place a sieve or strainer over a large bowl. Line it with a double layer of cheesecloth. Pour the soaked coconut with its liquid into the lined strainer. Lift the cheesecloth, pull the edges together, and squeeze out the coconut cream.

The remaining flesh may be air-dryed and/or toasted for other uses.

Refrigerate the coconut cream and use within 5 days.

Use coconut cream in savory dishes, desserts, and drinks.

Posted by: Unknown - November 8, 2011, 1:52 pm -
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Recipe - Açai Coconut Smoothie

Acai Coconut Smoothie

This smoothie hydrates and tastes like dessert.

2 packs Original Açaí

-1 organic banana

-1 cup of organic coconut water

-5oz of Original Açaí juice

-Coconut flakes (optional)

1. Add Original Açaí Smoothie Pack, Original Açaí Juice, coconut water and banana into blender.

2. Blend on high. Add more coconut water if necessary- but keep it thick.

3. Pour into a glass and garnish with coconut flakes.

Posted by: Unknown - November 8, 2011, 1:28 pm -
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Fresh coconut salad

For the dressing

15g galangal (or ginger), peeled and chopped 
1 bird's eye chilli, chopped 
½ tsp shrimp paste 
½ tbsp dried shrimps 
35g fresh coconut, finely chopped and toasted at 140C for 10 minutes 
½ tbsp roasted peanuts 
1 tbsp fish sauce 
½ lemongrass stalk, chopped 
¾ tsp salt 
80g palm sugar 
3 tbsp lime juice
For the salad 
3 tbsp peanut oil 
300g prawns, shelled and deveined
180g fresh coconut, shaved with a vegetable peeler 
1 green papaya, julienned (net weight 180g) 
90g cucumber, julienned 
30g picked coriander leaves 
30g picked mint leaves 
15g Thai basil leaves, shredded 
1½ mild medium red chillies, deseeded and julienned 
8 baby red shallots, peeled and thinly sliced (net weight 80g) 
50g roasted peanuts, chopped
Put the first nine dressing ingredients in a small food processor bowl and blitz to a fine paste. Heat three tablespoons of water in a small pan, stir in the palm sugar and, when it has dissolved, add the paste and cook for few minutes, stirring. Set aside to cool, then add the lime juice.
Heat the peanut oil in a frying pan, add the prawns and a pinch of salt, and stir-fry for two to three minutes until cooked through.
Put all the remaining salad ingredients in a large bowl, add the prawns and any oil from the pan, pour over the dressing, stir gently and serve.

Posted by: Unknown - November 7, 2011, 2:19 pm -
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Coconut Mousse Recipes

1500 cc water
500 cc coconut milk
125 grams sugar
20 grams of agar powder white
1 tablespoon cornstarch
500 cc whipped cream
50 cc rum
100 grams of young coconut meat, rake smooth
125 cc water pineapple, the grated pineapple flesh, squeeze the water
50 grams sugar
Pineapple juice 125 cc
1 teaspoon cornstarch
2 drops yellow cake coloring
Cooking Method:

How to make
Ingredients: Mix water, coconut milk, sugar, agar-agar powder white, and cornstarch, stir well and cook over low heat, stirring, stirring until thick, remove and let cool.

Enter the whipped cream and rum, stir, then add the coconut meat, stir well.
Pour this mixture into serving glasses and set aside, allow it to harden.
Sauce: Mix all ingredients, mix well and cook over low heat, stirring, stirring until boiling and thickened, remove from heat.
Pour sauce into serving glasses earlier, and then store in refrigerator until hardened, serve.

Posted by: Unknown - November 7, 2011, 1:50 pm -
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Tips and comments!

Benefits of coconut water

Coconut water is considered a natural isotonic to be rich in minerals. The presence of electrolytes such as sodium and potassium in coconut water provides a more rapid absorption, recovering the losses of these minerals in the urine and skin.

Furthermore, the coconut water is the only natural isotonic drink! Therefore, it is ideal to restore the lost fluid after the physical activities and the recovery in cases of dehydration as a good serum plant.


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