How often would you come across delicious food that is healthy too? The kind of food that you want your children to gobble down rarely suit their tastes and what is tasty for them may not essentially be healthy. This is a timeless recipe passed from family to family. This recipe is made with tender coconut pulp along with milk, sugar and condensed milk to create the perfect taste. Sounds good? For me it is even more, it’s a bowl of sweetness that sends me back in time, straight to my mom’s kitchen. So, if your kids like coconut, they will not be disappointed with this pudding. The tender coconut gives the pudding a remarkable taste and a delicate consistency. Once you taste this pudding, you’ll embrace the taste forever.
Pudding is a kind of food that can be either a dessert or a savory dish. The original pudding was formed by mixing various ingredients with a grain product or other binder such as butter, flour, cereal, eggs, and/or suet, resulting in a solid mass. These puddings are baked, steamed or boiled. Depending on its ingredients, such a pudding may be served as a part of the main course or as a dessert. Whenever we come across this word pudding, the kid in you awakes and we go into a fun filled mood. Bread Pudding, Coconut Rice Pudding, Hot Fudge Pudding, Pumpkin Pudding, Coconutmilk Rice Pudding, Oats And Strawberry Pudding, Chocolate Pudding, Sago Pudding, Dates Pudding, Cabinet Pudding, Sweet Corn Pudding, Cheesy Spring Onion Pudding, Kheema Pudding, Egg Pudding, Banana Pudding, Mango Pudding are some of the delicious puddings that you can never miss tasting.
Tender coconut water is an instant energizer. In summer, people in the tropical region depend on tender coconut water to beat the heat and to quench their thirst. Most of the time after drinking the water, tender coconut is scooped out of the shell and eaten which has a sweet refreshing taste. You could also puree the tender coconut along with the coconut water which tastes really phenominal. Young coconut meat is the soft, rich-tasting flesh of green coconuts, produced from the coconut palm tree. Before they fully mature, coconuts are green, with a thicker, fibrous outer shell. The juice from young coconuts is a refreshing and hydrating beverage, while the young meat can be eaten as is or shredded and mixed with the juice for extra texture.
From culinary creations to magic beauty potions, coconuts pack a good punch.