Saturday, September 4, 2010

Honey Sea Coconut



Feeling hot??? Need some quick dessert after dinner?

1. Grab a can of honey sea coconut
2. Place some into a bowl.
3. Top it with some crushed ice (or vice versa with step 2)
4. Squeeze the juice of a calamansi lime over, and you have your honey sea coconut ice ready.

Easy??? 

No more excuse of not trying out anything from my blog :)

18 comments:

  1. Mmm, I love the pictures you took of it. And what you said rings true, I don't have an excuse for not trying out anything on your blog yet. :( I do want to try something out...but I haven't yet. I will soon!

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  2. Wendy, I hardly take canned fruits unless for making cakes or dessert. I like sea coconut dessert too, so refreshing!

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  3. Jess,
    Me too, cannot ear canned fruits like that, too geli, unless make them into desserts.

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  4. Too bad we can only get sea coconut in syrup here. I prefer the one with honey :)

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  5. Gert,
    Get some the next time u get back ;)

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  6. Looks easy :) Haven't tried sea coconut in can before, do they taste the same like the fresh one?

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  7. Oh Wendy, you're reminding me again :) I love sea coconut and I am going to make this especially for the hot weather now.

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  8. It has been quite a while since I ate this. Must buy some -good eh? No toiling in the kitchen!

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  9. hahahahah very easy and your calamansi just make everything so different...

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  10. I like sea coconut but I prefer the fresh ones as the canned ones are too sweet. But looking at your pictures now, I just feel like eating it off the screen.

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  11. Min,
    Depends on which type you buy.
    There are 2 types of canned sea coconut.
    1 is in plain white syrup and one is honey syrup.
    The plain white syrup taste pretty similiar like the fresh one, but the honey one is nicer ;) in my personal opinion :)


    Anncoo,
    hHehe, then quickly buy and make some, it's so hot la.


    Shirley,
    Yup, on a hot day, perfect for a quick cool down.


    Manglish,
    Yalar, the calamansi will tone down the sweetness with some tang. Wakes u up a bit.


    Blessed Homemaker,
    Haha, don't eat the canned ones just like that. They are meant to be mixed with water or ice for desserts.

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  12. Already diluted with water and tonnes of ice but when I bite into the sea coconut, I can feel my break breaking up due to the sweetness :P Hahaha!

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  13. omg, this one i like it
    when feel very hot must eat

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  14. I have yet try the canned sea coconut! But will try to make a quick dessert out of it. I'm sure your girls will love it too. Have a nice day.
    Cheers, kristy

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  15. okay Wendy... Sea Coconut? I have never tried this! Do you think I could pick it up locally? I almost bought palm fruit the other day...any ideas!

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  16. Megan,
    Toddy Palm fruit is the same as this, sea coconut.
    Sea coconut is what we call it here.
    May I ask, the palm fruit is still whole or just the flesh?
    Email me the pic, if possible, then I'll tell you what to do with it ;)

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  17. oo I love this stuff! So refreshing!

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