Wow, there are a lot. Here in the Philippines, we use coconuts in every kind of meal from main dish to desserts.
Bicol Express- Strips of pork cooked in coconut milk and (green and red) chilies.
Buko Salad (Coconut meat salad with mixed fruits)
I love the taste, texture, and smell of coconut, and this easy Coconut Broiled Topping recipe helps anyone make a scrumptious dessert. All you need to do is add a broiled coconut topping to your cake, cupcakes, or fresh fruit. read more
I love the dessert, Hawaiian Dreams. It's quick and easy to make, plus SOOOooo YUMMY :-) Something about the coconut & pineapple combo that really makes my mouth happy. I have the recipe as a hub, titled "Recipe: Hawaiian Dreams" if you'd like to try it out.
coconut ice box cake because it uses fresh frozen coconut!
Martha Washington Candies! I make them every year and I just can't get enough. People who hate coconut love that candy it is my all time favorite thing!
This is difficult to answer as there are too many. In Thailand, coconut is used in many dishes and desserts. Coconut milk is a common ingredient in most Thai soups to tame the heat. My personal favorite is Thai coconut fish stew.
I agree with nifty@50, Piña colada but without the rum. And coconut macaroons.Mmmmmm.
coconut ladoos. Made from dry coconut and is one of the most tasty coconut dishes I have ever tasted
I love all types of Thai curry and Vietnamese curry. The coconut milk adds a rich, creamy taste and texture to the dish. Last night I just made a vegetarian curry with tofu, root vegetables, and LIGHT coconut milk. Healthy, low-fat, and yum-o!
As for coconut flakes, I add them in a lot of desserts and bread.
Manchester Tart, a dessert we used to get at school dinners in the UK, pastry base with a layer of jam on top of which was a cold egg custard, more jam and dessicated coconut. When I eat one now, I am 8 again!
My coconut pie. I use real coconut not the packaged sweetened stuff. It may show up in a hub someday.
For dessert, buko salad is always my favorite.
We also use it for plenty of dishes, we extract the coconut milk first.
I love young coconut, when it is still jelly inside. That was a pregnancy craving I had and it continued long past the baby being born!
I saw this question one day on hubs and I knew I just had to answer it!
I've always loved coconut from the time when I was a kid and dad used to bring home fresh ones from the market with that tough fibrous hard shell and my brother and I would... read more
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