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Coconut and lime is one of my all-time favorite flavor combinations :) My love for coconut started when I lived in Bangkok. Coconuts were used in almost all recipes of Thai cuisine – curries, soups and sweets. This ice pop recipe really brings back memories of Thailand!
Coquito is a Puerto Rican version of Eggnog that is served during Navidad and Noche Buena! I've made it with my mom every holiday season ever since I've been tall enough to reach the counter. Normally, people use gold rum to mix their coquito, but my mother loves to use white rum to keep the drink looking white as snow.
Aviyal (pronounced as (uh-v-ul)) is a dish from the lush green State of Kerala in South India. It is a thick mixture of steamed vegetables in spiced coconut curry. It is known for it’s rich flavor and is usually served with steaming hot rice or indian chapathi bread. There’s something about the smell of cummins together with curry leaves & coconut that draws me to it. I enjoy this recipe from my mom on any given day. A small tip: You can also try this recipe with different vegetables of your choice like pumpkin, beets, eggplant, cucumber, drumsticks etc. to add a new flavor every time you make this dish. Happy cooking and enjoy your vegetarian feast! I’d be delighted to hear your curry adventure, so do drop me a line or two in your coffee time! Enjoy!
Halo-halois a popular Filipino dessert with mixtures of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various ingredients, including boiled sweet beans, coconut, sago, gulaman (agar jelly), tubers and fruits. It is served in a tall glass or bowl. It is one of my all time favorite desserts mostly because it is so much fun to make!